Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 20, 1974, Page 32

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 20, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 16 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., Dec. 20, 1974 By Anderson & teeming MARMADUKE For Better Health Prescription Drugs Are Selected Physicians Empty Trunk Can Save You Gas Money Remove alt bul essential    Any I lunk' that adds lo fin "We're going to sing Christmas carols while Marmaduke collects the gifts." Recipe Correction There were two errors in Wednesday's recipe story entitled “White Sugar Missing from These Sweets”, page BC. In the recipe for “Strawberry Thumbprint Cookies" it should have read 2/3 cup butter or margarine instead of 1/3 cup “Caramel Chews” requires only 1/3 cup of semisweet chocolate pieces, rather than the 2/3 cup called for in the recipe. Learn-To-Skate Program Is Set The Cedar Rapids recreation commission will again sponsor its “Learn to Skate” program during the holidays. The program is essentially designed for non-skaters who want to learn to skate and for those beginners who wish to learn the fundamentals, skills and safety procedures of ice skating The activity will be instructed by Don Knock, a well-known Cedar Rapids skater and member of the Iowa Skating Assn. and Hawkeye Speed Skating club. Lessons will be offered only at Noelridge lagoon rink, on Dec 23 , 24 and 27. Fee for the six hours of instruction will be $5 per individual or $10 for a family The lessons are open to all ages. Lessons each day will be for two hours, from 9 to ll a rn. or I to 3 p m. Each skater must provide his own skates. Ice conditions may alter the schedule somewhat, but changes will be announced by the instructor. Those interested should telephone 398-6165. Chileans Fleeing Allende Return LONG BEACH. Calif. (UPI) — More than 700 Chileans middle class and professional persons who fled the Marxist regime of Salvador Allende sailed for home aboard a chartered liner The group of 160 families boarded the 10,000-ton Navelinacore, which put to sea at sundown for the 10-day voyage to the South American nation Members of the group said their relatives who had stayed behind had urged them to return since Allende’s government was overthrown by a military coup Sept. 23, 1973 Allende died in the overthrow. It cost the group $230,000 to charter the ship. LAFF • A - DAY “I really don't want much for Christmas this year—just a couple of credit cards' ON THIS DATE in 1957, the European Nuclear Energy Agency was inaugurated. By Dr. S.L. AndHman Many medicines taken in this country are prescription drugs — that is, they’re selected especially for the patient by a physician. Don’t expect to receive medicine every time you see your doctor; often he won’t find it necessary to prescribe any. However, when you do receive a prescription, bi* sure you have the answers to these questions: — What is the name of the drug.' Write it down for your own records. You may need to refer to it later. — When and how often should it be taken? Fellow Directions If, for example, your doctor tells you to take the drug three times a day, be sure to note whether it should be taken before or after meals. It could make a difference. Some drugs cause upset when taken on an empty stomach. Others should be taken only on an empty stomach. — (’an the least expensive form of the medicine be prescribed? Often the doctor can write the prescription by using the generic or official name of the medicine rather than a specific brand name. This may save you money at the pharmacy. He may, however, prefer to prescribe the brand-name drug which has worked best in his experience. Reactions — ('an the new medicine be taken along with others? lf you’re taking other medicines, let your doctor know. — What reactions may I expect? In some people, medicines may cause drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, nervousness or other reactions — What precautions should I take9 For example, if the expected reaction to a medicine is drowsiness, dizziness or unsteadiness, you shouldn’t drive or operate machinery. — (’an this prescription be refilled? lf the medicine is to be taken frequently, ask if you can refill the prescription as needed The doctor may want you to check with him by phone or come in before continuing the medication. He may allow refills but only a specified number. — Must I finish the bottle? Before you leave the doctor, be sure he has told you how long to take the medicine and whether to check with him within a certain time. 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