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Simvastatin

You can learn more about Simvastatin or Zocor which treats triglyceride and high cholesterol levels in blood. You might need medical attention for Simvastatin side effects.

Atenolol

As a beta blocker Atenolol is a drug used primarily in cardiovascular diseases. Be careful! Please be informed about Atenolol side effects.

Metoprolol

It is a receptor blocker used in treatment of several diseases of the cardiovascular system, especially hypertension. Metoprolol side effects must be considered for this drug.

Yaz

Known also as Yasmin is used for ovulation prevention. Before taking it, read Yaz side effects.

Zoloft

Also known as Sertraline is an antidepressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Consider the related topics:

Do not forget to read also Zoloft side effects since it is well described.

Lisinopril

It is used in treatment of hypertension. Before using Lisinopril please refer to Lisinopril side effects to avoid heart problems.

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EDITORIAL: Vote

Only Republicans and Democrats get to decide who will be running in November to be the next U.S. senator from Connecticut. Unaffiliated voters will just have to make do with whomever is chosen at next Tuesday’s primaries.

There are 2,280 unaffiliated voters in town who have absolutely no say on whom they can choose from to represent them. Many unaffiliated voters believe they wear a badge of honor by not enrolling in a party, but this prevents them from having a say.

Register as a Republican, or a Democrat — it does not require you to vote for someone from your party, nor does it prevent you from voting across party lines. If your favorite candidate is from the “other” party, then vote in your primary for the weakest candidate. Conversely, if you love one of your party’s candidates, then vote for him or her. Either way, you have played a vital role in the election process. Like it or not, we have a two-party system in this country.

If you are OKokay with being unaffiliated, then be sure to take part in the general election process. Regardless of party affiliation or lack thereof, it is important to take an active role in choosing your elected officials.

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