Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

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Faites défiler le catalogue Costco valable du 01 Juillet 2018 au 31 Août 2018 pour découvrir les dernières offres. Sur les 111 pages du circulaire de la semaine actuelle, vous trouverez les meilleurs produits de la catégorie Hypermarchés et Supermarchés. Si vous tenez à réduire vos dépenses lors de votre prochaine visite chez Costco, n'oubliez pas de consulter l'intégralité des promos de la page 1 à la page 111. Si vous désirez faire des achats astucieux et économiser lors de vos prochaines courses chez Costco, ne manquez pas le dernier catalogue de la semaine, qui propose des prix incroyables et des remises exceptionnelles. Revenez sur Canadian Flyers tous les jours pour ne pas rater les formidables promotions proposées par vos magasins favoris.

FOR YOURHEALTH Which is best for vour pain? Analgesic answers BY MARIJKE VROOMEN DURNING When you have pain, you may find the large number of over-the-counter (OTC) analgesics (pain relievers) overwhelming. And how do you know if you can manage with an OTC analgesic or if you need something stronger, a prescription analgesic? Here is a quick primer with informa tion from anesthesiologists and pain-management experts that may help you decide. C Marijke Vroomen Durning is a registered nurse and author. What type of pain do you have? Simple, superficial pain. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may help with aches and pains, strains, anything that could be inflammatory in nature. Nerve pain. This is more of a sharp, shooting sensation or a pain that radiates fromone location to another. It mayrequire a prescription medication. OVER-THE-COUNTER PRESCRIPTION Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen, naproxen and aspirin) Prescription NSAIDs A prescription NSAID for mild to moderate pain may help if you have pain that isn't responding to OTC medications NSAIDs often work best for treating pain caused by inflammation, such as sprains, toothaches, headaches, backaches and even arthritis. Opioids Acetaminophen Opioids, which are narcotics, are prescribed alone or in combination with acetaminophen Opioids treat more serious or severe pain caused by injury, surgery or illness. They are usually meant for short-term use only, as long-term use (commonly prescribed for long-term chronic cancer pain) carries a risk of physical dependence or addiction. Acetominophen can also treat pain from headaches and arthritis, but it doesn't reduce inflammation and swelling The most common side effect of NSAIDs is stomach upset. NSAIDs can react with anticoagulants (blood thinners) and are metabolized through the kidneys, so if you have kidney disease your doctor may advise against taking NSAIDs. Acetaminophen doesn't upset the stomach the way NSAIDs do, but large doses can affect your liver Other prescription medications, such as antidepressants and anti-seizure drugs These may also be prescribed for pain. If you have neuropathic (nerve) pain or chronic pain that doesn't respond to these analgesics, other pre- scription drugs, such as anti THECOSTCO CONNECTION Costco and Costco.ca offer a variety of over-the-counter pain medicines Costco members can get their pain prescriptions filled at Costco pharmacies. depressants and anti-seizure medications, may help Side effects from prescrip- tion drugs vary widely depending on the med cation and the dose, but the most common ones are sedation, nausea, vomiting and constipation JULY/AUGUST 2018 The Costco Connection 41

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