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King Joffrey's Throne - A Royal Recap of The Game of Thrones

by CanadianPharmacyKing    •    March 31, 2014

Check out the royal recap for the current season of Game of Thrones by Canadian Pharmacy King!

The HBO fantasy epic premiered its fourth season on Sunday, April 6 2014 with a whopping 8.2 million viewers tuning in to watch. One thing's for sure - Game of Thrones has captured the imaginations of everyone who watches it. How do you feel the new season is rolling out so far?

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Obamacare Mom

by Mark Reeve    •    March 28, 2014

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President Obama promoted Obamacare in "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", specifically asking mothers to reach out to their kids and tell them to sign up for Obamacare.

As March 31 deadline looms, a mother was attempting to protect her son from the dangers of life medical situations by clothing him with "Obamacare".

Spring Is Here: Time to Replenish Your Medicine Cabinet

by Carissa Andrews    •    March 24, 2014

Most people generally think of spring as the time for cleaning out those overrun closets, or donating unwanted items to goodwill. But let me ask you this; do you clean out your medicine cabinet, too? If you're like most of us, the answer is probably no.

Out With the Old

Throwing out anything expired, discontinued/recalled, or partially used (including any over the counter medicines) is critical to a healthy medicine cabinet. Medicines lose potency when they have gone past their expiration dates and it is recommended you check your medicine cabinet at least twice a year, getting rid of medications past their prime.

The King of Rock and Roll

by Mark Reeve    •    March 21, 2014

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Elvis is often referred to as the King of Rock 'n' Roll or simply "the King".

"...You can do anything but don't step on my blue suede shoes..."

King of Kung Fu Infographic

by CanadianPharmacyKing    •    March 17, 2014

We love celebrating the lives of people who inspire us, motivate us, or all around entertain us. With this in mind, the King of Kung Fu, Jackie Chan is turning 60 years young this year and we're excited to present this infograph of his incredible story. Jackie has done some phenomenal things throughout his life thus far. For instance, do you know how many bones this man has broken doing his own stunts? If you have no idea – fret not – we have you covered. Happy reading!

check out the infographic below from reputable online pharmacy:

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Travelling Aboard with Prescription Meds

by Mark Reeve    •    March 16, 2014

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recommends to pack all medications in original labeling and make your screening experience hassle-free!

Bringing History to Life: The Mystery of St. Patrick

by Carissa Andrews    •    March 14, 2014

People all over the world celebrate St. Patrick's Day with fervor, but few of us are aware of the mysteries surrounding the man. In fact, many mysteries surrounding the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland will never truly be answered with certainty. So before you take to the streets to celebrate with parades, don the color green or pin a shamrock to your lapel, blast the Irish folk music, indulge in Irish food and drink, or dye your local rivers or streams green, take a moment to learn a bit about the man behind the myth.

Here are intriguing 12 points to ponder:

1. What's in a name? St. Patrick was born around the year 385 AD with the birth name Maewyn Succat, according to legend.

Daylight Time Saving

by Mark Reeve    •    March 7, 2014

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Did you forget to put your clocks forward last summer? Hopefully it wasn't the garbage men who woke you up! Although most of the health-promoting benefits of sun exposure are thought to occur through vitamin D photosynthesis, there may be other health benefits that have gone largely overlooked in the debate over how much sun is needed for good health. Make the most of the increased hours of daylight.

Another Look at Getting Fixed

by Krasna    •    March 6, 2014

Here's a clever and interesting recent quote from philosophersmail.com: "An interest in - improvement is a sign of hope; hope that we'll work out how to fix stuff: wars, inequality, battery life, anger, dropped signals and - most important of all (yet most secretly) - ourselves."

It's interesting because the word "fix" isn't often used with the word "hope." Yes, we hope for peace, equality, long battery life, tranquility and good cellular coverage.

The Good Old Days Clubbing

by Liubov Edwards    •    March 4, 2014

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Clubbing does NOT stop at 70. Go clubbing with an id and a valid doctor's prescription!

A Bold New Step for the 86th Academy Awards

by Carissa Andrews    •    March 1, 2014

I don't know about you, but I'm pretty excited to watch the Oscars this year. Why you ask? For starters, who doesn't love watching the actors and films we love being honored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)? Besides, this year's theme is all about Heroes and hosted by the supremely talented (not to mention hilarious) Ellen Degeneres. What's not to love?

One of the biggest changes in the Oscars this year is the way they are truly heading into the 21st century, as ABC prepares to launch their first ever live-stream telecast of the prestigious program.


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