Is hair loss a side effect of Adderall?

Adderall is a combination drug for the short-term treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Although it is generally a safe and effective drug, it can cause a range of side effects. Alopecia, or hair loss, is a potential but uncommon side effect of taking Adderall. Learn more here.

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What is venlafaxine?

Venlafaxine oral tablet is a prescription drug used to treat depression and social anxiety disorder (SAD). It comes in two forms: immediate-release (treats depression) and extended-release (treats depression and SAD). Both forms are available only as generic drugs. Learn about side effects, warnings, dosage, and more. Originally posted 2018-08-03 22:58:56. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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No snitches for ‘Stitches’: Texas college sues to keep mum on Shawn Mendes contract

Have you ever wondered what Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes contractually requires before he takes the stage? One Texas university doesn’t want you to know.The University of Texas at El Paso is requesting to withhold the “Stitches” singer’s contracts for an October performance at the university, a lawsuit filed in Travis County says.Mendes, who sang with…

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Cape Escape: ‘Big Boo’ Lea DeLaria looks to a new stage in P’town

PROVINCETOWN — Actress-singer-comedian Lea DeLaria is fulfilling a longtime dream in the town she considers the closest place she’s had to home.The Club, a jazz nightclub/bar she co-owns with Frank Christopher, owner of multiple nightclubs, and a silent partner, is due to open June 21 at the former Pied Bar location at 193A Commercial St….

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5 Things to Do: On the water edition

Learn to steer the boatBe part of a crew team and train to be a coxsain for the Gentle Giant team in Somerville. No experience is needed, and people high-school age and up are welcome. For information visit https://tinyurl.com/yxhmjoh6 or [email protected] sail into the sunsetAboard the schooner Adirondack III, which leaves at 3:30 p.m. daily…

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What are some foods to ease your anxiety?

Food plays a vital role in nutrition and keeping the mind in its healthiest state. People respond in a variety of ways to different foods, but there are some foods that are known to reduce anxiety. These include eggs, brazil nuts, fatty-fish, yogurt, and dark chocolate. Learn more about anxiety-reducing foods here. Originally posted 2018-08-03…

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NORTH SHORE BOOK NOTES: ‘The River’ by Peter Heller

Peter Heller’s literary thriller, “The River,” is a tribute to friendship, nature, intelligence and expertise. Jack and Wynn are likeable. The story’s point of view shifts back and forth between the two of them, somehow drawing us tighter into their campfire circle. They paddle, they read, they fish, they wax euphoric amid the utter grandeur…

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What’s up at your local farmstands.

Editor’s Note: Welcome to Farmstand Update, a weekly roundup of what’s available from farmstands around eastern Massachusetts that runs through late October.ALLANDALE FARM — 259 Allandale Road, Brookline, 617-524-1531, allandalefarm.comOpen daily through Dec. 23 — weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5…

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FURY FUELED BY EMPTINESS

GEORGE Sodini, the man who opened fire in a Penn sylvania health club Tuesday night, felt decimated by his own mother and very likely killed because of it. Sodini wrote an online diary that tells us a fair amount about who he was and gives us a window on why he would fire dozens of……

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Q&A: The Boston International Piano Competition

Fifteen of the 56 contestants in the 10th Boston International Piano Competition hail from Massachusetts, including Cambridge, Acton, Somerville, Wellesley and other local towns. The contest is organized by Boston Piano Amateurs Association, based in Northborough, and its treasurer, Dr. Robert Berkowitz, hails from Natick and played in the very first competition in 2001. This…

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Lev Mamuya guest performs with Newton’s New Phil Nov. 17-18

At 22, few musicians expect to be performing with an orchestra for the second time. Or for that matter, performing a work like the first Shostakovich cello concerto for the second time.But Newton’s Lev Mamuya will be doing just that this month, in two appearances with the New Philharmonia Orchestra.Recently graduated from Harvard, and finishing…

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Heed the Bard’s lessons on politics, says Harvard professor

Harvard University professor Stephen Greenblatt saw a sign. Or, more accurately, he didn’t.As the 2016 presidential election was stumbling toward the finish line, the pollsters, number crunchers and media outlets that had so accurately predicted the 2012 presidential election, confidently forecasted a victory for Hillary Clinton.Greenblatt wasn’t so sure.”I’m no prophet and I have no…

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Cape Ann Museum exhibit honors 75th anniversary of Virginia Lee Burton’s ‘The Little House’

It’s taken six years and a team of collaborators that stretches from Gloucester to Tokyo. But at last, Virginia Lee Burton’s “Little House” has come home to the North Shore.The Cape Ann Museum is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the publication of Burton’s children’s book “The Little House” with an exhibit that will feature drawings,…

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