Uncover Halloween Lore and Superstitions

by   -  October 30th, 2014

by Pazhyna, Despositphoto.com
by Pazhyna, Despositphoto.com

The season is upon us. You know the one… Time to bundle up with scarves, take in the view of fall colors all around, watch Hocus Pocus for the 900th time (yes, I know from experience), and gear up for the candy paloosa about to take place.

But how much do you really know about this time-honored tradition of dressing in costumes and knocking on stranger’s doors? What about some of the other fun, silly, and obnoxious things we (or someone we know) does on Halloween?

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Awesome Ways to Reuse and Recycle Prescription Bottles

by   -  October 27th, 2014

If you happen to be one of the millions of people who take medications regularly, you know that prescription bottles can become a bit of a challenge. If you’re like me, you hate throwing away anything that can be composted, burned, or recycled/upcycled. Many recycling centers don’t recycle prescription bottles due to the number of plastic they are made from (typically #5). Fortunately, there are some creative, thrifty ways to re-use your bottles, and keep them out of our landfills at the same time.

Before you get started on any creative project using old pill bottles, there are three important tips to remember:

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Social Media Pills: The Key to Success

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 23rd, 2014

Social Media Pills preview

Social media is a very important selling tool of the 21st century. As more and more people are using social media it has become essential for any kind of business to reach their customers using social media "pills".

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10 Totally Incurable Medical Maladies

by   -  October 20th, 2014

Incurable Diseases Word Cloud preview

Life is hard, but we’ve made great strides and progress in the way of medicines and cures. However, there are still a few maladies that elude our keen sense of innovation and are (at least at this time) incurable once contracted. Every medical advancement takes time, but for people who have one of these ten medical issues, a cure can’t come soon enough.

So without further ado, here’s the list of diseases and illnesses that can’t be cured:

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Crime Scene Do Not Enter Diabetics

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 15th, 2014

CSI Diabetics preview

Candy, french fries, cakes, fast food , ice-cream - all of them can be found at a diabetes crime scene. Healthy diet and right medical advice are extremely important for people with this condition.

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25 Light-hearted Things to be Grateful for This Thanksgiving

by   -  October 13th, 2014

Clouds of Thanksgiving | PixelsAway, Despositphoto
Clouds of Thanksgiving | PixelsAway, Despositphoto

Tis’ the season for turkey and stuffing, cranberries and pumpkin pie… and of course, all the things to be thankful for this year. Sometimes, when we struggle with life’s ups and downs, it can be a challenge to find the little blessings bestowed in our every day life. But regardless of our circumstances, there’s always something to be thankful for.

Here’s our list of things to add to your gratitude journal this year.

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Canadian Drugs Pumpkins Review

by Tiffany  -  October 10th, 2014

Who says pumpkin carving has to stop after childhood? Carved pumpkins for Halloween by Canadian Pharmacy King customer service reps. Which one do you like?

See more about pumpkin carvings, pumpkin decorating and halloween pumpkins, check out our Fall-in-love Pumpkin Halloween Pinterest board.

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8 Unusual Ways to Jumpstart Your Brain

by   -  October 8th, 2014

Jumpstart | Photo by Genika, Despositphoto
Jumpstart | Photo by Genika, Despositphoto

We all have those moments… You know the ones. Where you have a million things to do and your brain decides to take that moment to be uncooperative. Generally speaking, it happens even to the most devoted. Research has shown that the majority of us tend to try to strong-arm our way through – pushing our minds past their limits. We skip lunch breaks, don’t stop for a breather, or even get enough sleep to make our minds perform at peak.

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History's Creepiest Medical Practices Make Us Thankful

by   -  October 6th, 2014

In this day and age, we sometimes take our modern medicine for granted. I know I certainly do. Currently pregnant, it’s hard for me not to think about our medical practices, what’s to come in the months ahead and to gripe about the insanity of our insurance system. But let me tell you, after researching the ways humanity used to treat illnesses, injuries, and even childbirth – I’m going to close my mouth thank my lucky stars I don’t live in medieval Europe.

So without further ado, here is the top 10 creepiest medical practices (or advice) you should be thrilled are not in effect today. I know I am!

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First Date Coeliac Screening Test

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 3rd, 2014

First Date Coeliac Screening Test preview

Perhaps pharmacies offering a new in-pharmacy coeliac disease screening test can be a good place for people, who are on a gluten free diet, to find their dates. The SIMTOMAX coeliac screening test is quick and simple and involves just a small finger prick blood.

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10 Wacky Prescription Products from Pinterest

by   -  October 1st, 2014

We all love Pinterest, right? You can find anything out there from a great new outfit, to wedding ideas, and ideas on what to make for dinner. But did you know Pinterest also offers a host of strange and funny prescription products? Lucky we’re here to show you the way. Here are some of the best ones we’ve found so far – and don’t forget while you’re checking these out, to like us on Pinterest to keep up with all of our great finds!

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