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Medicine on Shabbat

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Diabetes
# Cough–medication may not be taken.<ref> Shmirat Shabbat KiHilchata 34:1,3). </ref> If the cough may be an indication of pneumonia or asthma, medication is permitted. <Ref> The Weekly Halachah Discussion (Rabbi Doniel Neustadt)</ref>
==Deodorant==
#It is permitted to use a spray deodorant on Shabbat. Some say that one shouldn't use an antiperspirant deodorant on Shabbat since it is medicinal.<ref>Rabbi Heinemann quoted by the [https://www.star-k.org/articles/kashrus-kurrents/kashrus-kurrents-2019/6238/medicine-on-shabbos-questions-and-answers-from-rav-moshe-heinemann-shlita/ Star-K]</ref>
===Diabetes===
# All necessary [[medications]] for diabetes may be taken on [[Shabbat]]. <ref> The Weekly Halachah Discussion (Rabbi Doniel Neustadt)</ref>
 
===Diarrhea===
# For diarrhea one may not take medication unless one is in severe pain or weak all over. Prune juice or any other food or drink is permitted. A hot water bottle is permitted when one experiences strong pains. <ref> Mishna Brurah 326:19, The Weekly Halachah Discussion (Rabbi Doniel Neustadt)</ref>

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