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12 Lucky Recipes for Your Chinese Lunar New Year’s Dinner

by Carissa Andrews  -  January 23rd, 2020

12 Lucky Recipes for Your Chinese Lunar New Year’s Dinner preview

If you’re feeling a little out of sorts since 2020 began, you aren’t alone. Many people are enthusiastic and excited as the new year hits and by this third week in January, they’re already throwing in the towel. However, did you know you can regroup and celebrate the new year all over again and make sure this time, luck is on your side?

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25 Common Medications: The Same Drug, Different Names? Part 2

by CANPharmacyKing  -  January 6th, 2020

Did you know that depending on where you live, the medication you take could go by a number of other names? In fact, many of the top-selling drugs in our Canadian pharmacy can be found with an entirely different name. But why does this happen?

Our Infographic contains two parts - please also visit Part 1 (A - G list).

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25 Common Medications: The Same Drug, Different Names? Part 1

by CANPharmacyKing  -  January 6th, 2020

Did you know that depending on where you live, the medication you take could go by a number of other names? In fact, many of the top-selling drugs in our Canadian pharmacy can be found with an entirely different name. But why does this happen?

Our Infographic contains two parts - please also visit Part 2 (L - Z list).

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Could House Bill Put American Patients First by Lowering Drug Prices?

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 23rd, 2019

Could House Bill Put American Patients First by Lowering Drug Prices preview
American prescription drug prices are some of the highest in the world. In fact, according to a study by the Ways and Means Committee, it’s four times higher than comparable countries. What’s worse, most of the medications are life-saving ones that, without the accessibility to them, a patient could likely die.

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Why Your Child’s Weight Could Be a Big Deal?

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 16th, 2019

Childhood obesity is a growing concern, and as parent’s, it’s our job to do what we can to support and encourage our children to make healthy choices. However, even despite our best efforts, childhood obesity is still rising issue. By 2030, it will affect more than 250 million kids worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), obesity in children aged 0-5 inflated by more than 9 million kids, from 32 million in 1990, to 41 million in 2016.

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Canadian Pharmacy King Introduces the New Product for PAH – OPSUMIT

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 2nd, 2019

New Product for PAH – OPSUMIT

Your lungs are one of the strongest muscles in your body, but they can also fall prey to disease. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) is labeled by the World Health Organization (WHO) as group 1 of five groups for pulmonary hypertension. The five classifications were created as a way to understand the underlying causes of the disease.

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Dog Lovers Have Lower Blood Pressure. But Why?

by Carissa Andrews  -  November 18th, 2019

Many people adopt dogs looking for a companion in life. However, getting a four-legged companion comes with more benefits than just cuddles and a cute face. Did you know your furry friend may also help lower your blood pressure?

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Lupus: Top 10 Surprising Facts You Probably Didn't Know

by Carissa Andrews  -  November 4th, 2019

10 Surprising Facts about Lupus
Unless you have lupus yourself, there’s a good chance your understanding of this autoimmune disorder is limited. Coupled with plenty of misinformation and the lack of clear advice, living with this condition can be frustrating, as well as painful. Raising the awareness of this disease by sharing the facts is one step toward more understanding and support for those who live with it on a daily basis.

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Can Eating Too Much Sugar Cause Depression?

by Natasha Tracy  -  October 31st, 2019

Can Eating Too Much Sugar Cause Depression preview

Major depression is predicted to become the leading cause of disability in high-income countries by 2030. At the same time, added sugar consumption in those countries continues to rise. But do these two facts have a relationship? Is sugar bad for more than just your waistline and teeth? Can sugar actually cause depression? What does science have to say about sugar causing depression?

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Arrival of Menopause? Your Mental Health Might Take a Hit

by Carissa Andrews  -  October 21st, 2019

menopause and mental health

World Menopause Day is coming up on Friday, October 18th and in honor of it, we wanted to discuss post-reproductive health and the symptoms that can go along with this life transition. As a 41-year old woman, the idea of being perimenopausal has come up a couple of times in the back of my mind. I’ve often wondered when symptoms will really start to come on and what will impact me the most. More importantly, is there anything I can proactively do to minimize them? Or when they start, is there anything I can do to relieve them naturally? I’m sure I can’t be the only one, so let’s take a closer look at the stages of menopause, how it can affect women differently, and ultimately, what can be done to live a full, engaging life – even after menopause.

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The purpose of the above content is to raise awareness only and does not advocate treatment or diagnosis. This information should not be substituted for your physician's consultation and it should not indicate that use of the drug is safe and suitable for you or your (pet). Seek professional medical advice and treatment if you have any questions or concerns.
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