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10 Health and Wellness Trends for 2019 to Keep Your Eyes On

by Carissa Andrews  -  January 21st, 2019

With the New Year officially upon us, many people (myself included) are looking for a fresh start to their health and wellness. Maybe you raided the Christmas cookies or indulged in one too many “spirits” for New Year’s Eve…or maybe you simply want to continue on your mission to be the best version of you possible. Whatever your reason to jump start your new year health and wellness resolutions, you’ve come to the right place.

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3 Key Mental Health Benefits of Ridesharing

by Carissa Andrews  -  January 7th, 2019

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Are you still on the fence about ridesharing? Not sure if it’s for you? You might think twice when you learn about some of the key mental health benefits that befall those who opt to take a Lyft or Uber over driving themselves—or using another mode of transportation.

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Bing’s disservice to online drug safety

by AEIdeas  -  December 19th, 2018

On November 12th, Bing, Microsoft’s internet search engine, announced a change in its policy on access to medicines via the web. Historically the Food and Drug Administration has allowed individuals to import a 90 day supply of most prescription medicines, even though the law forbids such importation.

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19 Most Prescribed Pediatric Medications and What They Do

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 17th, 2018

Most Prescribed Pediatric Medications and What They Do preview

Drugs used in pediatric care can have a long delay from the time the medication is originally approved—to the time trials are completed for use with children. An audit done by Boston’s Children’s Hospital found only one-third of mandatory trials on children’s efficacy and usage were completed in a seven-year timespan after a new drug hits the market. This can often leave a gaping hole in treatment areas—or worse yet, leave a doctor or pharmacist left to guess at whether or not it can safely treat kids.

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Just Perfect ... Rainy Day Reading by Stephen King and More

by Carissa Andrews  -  December 2nd, 2018

Rainy Day Reading by Stephen King

The weather outside may not be frightful (just yet), but that doesn’t mean it’s super fun to be out in. The transition from fall to winter can leave people in limbo—as they may not be able to continue their summer recreational fun—nor start their typical outdoor winter excursions. As an author myself, my natural inclination is to curl up with a warm blanket, a cup of tea (or coffee, or cocoa!), and immerse myself in a good book.

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Is Coffee Killing Your Chance of Being GERD-Free?

by Carissa Andrews  -  November 19th, 2018

Two years ago, I wrote an article about the effects of caffeine on our gut flora — and whether or not too much coffee is killing off the good bacteria in our gut. It was an interest I had because I’ve always tried to eat in a way that allows my gut flora to work optimally—but I do love my morning coffee.

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Winter Is Coming: Tips and Remedies to Keep Sickness at Bay

by Carissa Andrews  -  November 5th, 2018

As they say in Westeros, winter is coming… No amount of complaining will take away that fact, either. Along with it, are the slew of festivities as the holidays hit—as well as the winter health related issues and illnesses. The good news is, surviving the cold months doesn’t mean dealing with White Walkers and Ice Dragons (unless you’re a Game of Thrones fan). Instead, you can head into winter by leaning on the tips and tricks the Canadian Pharmacy King is about to give you and you’ll have all you need to keep sickness at bay. Let’s dive in and have a look at ways to keep healthy this winter:

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Can CBD Balance Your Mental Health and Slash Impotence?

by Carissa Andrews  -  October 15th, 2018

Can CBD Balance Your Mental Health and Slash Impotence preview

Erectile dysfunction happens to men of all ages, races, and social stature. In fact, 5% of men over 40 are diagnosed with complete erectile dysfunction (ED)—and by 70 years old, that number jumps to 15%. The causes can range from hormonal imbalances, to diabetes, and even narrow arteries. Mental state is also an important part of the equation, but it’s more complicated than simply “willing the mind.” Clinical depression is a mood dampener, and a whopping 82% of men with ED were found to also suffer from depression.

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Teenagers and Marijuana – Risks Every Parent Needs to Know

by Carissa Andrews  -  October 1st, 2018

teens and marijuana

Americans’ view on marijuana have certainly changed a lot over the past twenty years. When I was a young twenty-year-old, smoking weed was still considered extremely taboo—at least in my tiny town in central Minnesota. As far as I was aware, it was hard to get a hold of and if you were caught using it, you were labeled a “pot head” for the rest of your school career. However, as the years have gone by, many medical developments have put marijuana in a different light—mostly with a positive spin.

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15 Health Symptoms Women Shouldn’t Ignore

by Carissa Andrews  -  September 24th, 2018

15 Health Symptoms Women Shouldn’t Ignore preview

Women are notorious for pushing through pain and discomfort, even when all the signs point to something more serious. Unfortunately, this type of behavior can often cause more problems and even be fatal if left unchecked. Many life-threatening illnesses can come on as smaller, less noticeable symptoms before developing into more serious ones. If these are ignored, the chances of things becoming dire increase exponentially. Here are 15 health symptoms no woman should ignore, and if you’re lucky, they could save your life.

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