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5 Ways to Live A “Healthy Liver” Day

by Carissa Andrews  -  October 19th, 2020

5 Ways to Live A “Healthy Liver” Day preview

Did you know October is Liver Awareness Month? The liver is the second largest organ in the body and has some 500 or so critical jobs. Essentially, it’s a powerhouse by performing tasks such as producing proteins, cholesterol, and bile, as well as storing vitamins, minerals, and carbs. Plus, it breaks down toxins, alcohol, and medications.

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Over 40? 11 Important Health Signs to Watch For

by Carissa Andrews  -  September 28th, 2020

When people turn fifty, it’s typically a crucial year for many people. Not just because it’s the big 5-0, either. Being fifty has been shown to kick of a number of health-related issues into high gear. However, many of them are also signs that might be easy to spot if you know what to look for. So, if you’re over forty, you might just want to perk up and pay attention. Here ‘s a list of 11 important health signs you need to be on the lookout for before your turn fifty (and of course, afterward).

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New Annual Survey for Personal Prescription Importation (CPPI)

by CANPharmacyKing  -  September 24th, 2020

CPPI new campaign survey

It will only take a few minutes and *your feedback is critical* for helping to share the realities of safe and affordable personal prescription importation with Congressional leaders and other decision makers.

Please take the NEW Campaign for Personal Prescription Importation Annual Survey!

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Safety Tips for Flying Abroad During the Pandemic

by Carissa Andrews  -  September 7th, 2020

Safety Tips for Flying Abroad infographic

Flying abroad during a pandemic has made this year’s travels far more challenging. There are new restrictions, rules, and precautions you need to be considering. From whether or not you’re allowed to travel, to the new documents required, and even mask requirements, you want to make sure you are as informed as possible.

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Should Kids Go Back to School During a Global Pandemic?

by Carissa Andrews  -  August 17th, 2020

Should Kids Go Back to School During a Global Pandemic preview

Around the world, anxiety levels are high as schools reopen amid a global pandemic. Parents, teachers, and students are all facing the decision on how they want the 2020-2021 school year to look. And honestly, it’s no wonder. And honestly, it’s no wonder. With so much left up in the air, most of us are wondering which is the lesser of two evils – returning our kids to in-person schooling, with the chance of coming into contact with the coronavirus, or having them stay quarantined at home...

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Qvar Redihaler Quick Facts Infographic

by CANPharmacyKing  -  July 20th, 2020

Qvar Redihaler Quick Facts

Qvar Redihaler is an affordable corticosteroid inhaler you might want to consider (for patients over the age of 4). It’s also the first, and only, breath-actuated aerosol corticosteroid inhaler, which eliminates the hand-breath coordination needed for most other inhalers.

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8 Beverages to Ease Gout Symptoms This Summer

by Carissa Andrews  -  July 6th, 2020

8 Beverages to Ease Gout Symptoms This Summer preview

For those who don’t know, gout is an inflammatory arthritis and it affects about 4% of adults. Gout is caused by hyperuricemia, which basically means too much uric acid builds up in the body. When this happens, crystals can get deposited in the joints, which can trigger the swelling and inflammation.

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Is Your Job Putting Your Thyroid at Risk?

by Carissa Andrews  -  May 27th, 2020

Is Your Job Putting Your Thyroid at Risk preview

You wouldn’t think it, but your thyroid plays a large role in many functions of your body. Most people know that this butterfly-shaped organ releases hormones to control your metabolism, but they also regulate other vital functions like breathing and overall voice quality. Whether you’re a singer, work in a call center, or just love to talk on the phone, your thyroid is needed to help you do your job. Yet for many, taking care of it can be difficult when the job you love could also be putting your thyroid in danger.

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Parkinson's Disease Research Roundup: May 2020

by Carissa Andrews  -  May 18th, 2020

Parkinson's Disease Research Roundup: May 2020 preview

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system condition that’s caused by a loss in neurons in a location of the brain called the substantia nigra. It’s located about mid-brain, right above where the spinal cord connects. The substantia nigra has two halves, and sometimes, one side is more affected than another.

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10 Best Mother’s Day Gifts 2020 Despite Social Isolation

by Carissa Andrews  -  May 4th, 2020

10 Best Mother’s Day Gifts 2020 Despite Social Isolation preview
Mother’s Day 2020 is shaping up to be a celebration like no other. As much as we all want to gather together and celebrate with brunch and lots of hugs, most countries around the world are still advising that we keep our distance and stay within the guidelines of the coronavirus social distancing quarantine. This makes for challenging times as we try to celebrate Mother’s Day during the coronavirus pandemic.

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