More juices interfere with drug metabolism

Following news that grapefruit juice increases blood concentrations of certain drugs nearly two decades ago, new research shows that grapefruit juice, orange juice and apple juice all have the potential to block drugs used to treat a host of conditions, including allergies, hypertension, infections and drugs used to prevent transplant rejection. Report

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