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The Music Sheet of The Heart

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 28th, 2015

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A group of researches including medical historians, cardiologists and musicologists has found proof of “musical electrocardiograms" after analyzing Beethoven’s music.

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How to Get Back on Track after a Mental Illness Diagnosis

by   -  January 26th, 2015

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It is an unfortunate fact that about 6% of the American population will be diagnosed with a serious mental illness at some point in their lives (most of them between the ages of 15-30). That is one in 17 people who suffer from serious forms of illnesses like bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or major depression.

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Canadian Pharmacy King’s Top Posts for 2015

by CANPharmacyKing  -  January 25th, 2015

Last year we had some pretty amazing posts, infographs, and cartoons crafted especially for you, our Canadian Pharmacy King audience. It was no small feat, but we’ve gone through all of them to find the posts viewed most in 2015, so if you missed any of them – have no fear, here they are!

2015 seemed to be a good year for people interested in mental health and overcoming erectile dysfunction; with a little bit of trending topics thrown in for fun. But you don’t have to take our word for it – the titles speak for themselves. Continue on to reread some of your favorite posts from 2015, or catch up on some you may have missed.

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Can Ibuprofen be a Fountain of Youth?

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 22nd, 2015

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A search for a magic drug that could slow down ageing has been taking place for many years. But maybe the drug already exists? The new study found that the well known drug ibuprofen can extend the lifespan of worms and flies. However it’s too early to know whether the drug will have the same effect in people.

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How to Order Drugs from Canada

by CanadianPharmacyKing  -  January 20th, 2015

Our How to Order infographic will guide you through the process in 8 easy steps for safely buying drugs online. You can order online, by fax, email, or mail to place our prescription orders. We make ordering medications easy and secure!

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When Motherhood Takes a Turn

by   -  January 19th, 2015

This is a true story contributed by Carissa Andrews to bless her dear baby boy and all parents with cleft lip newborns.

My husband and I recently had our first baby together. We’re old pros, mind you, with six kiddos now between us – but at 19 weeks pregnant, we knew this little boy was going to be a bit more of a challenge. We were told that they suspected a unilateral cleft lip and/or palate and possible two-vessel cord. Within a couple of weeks, we were being referred to specialists at another hospital that has a specialized team to deal with these sorts of things.

It’s a bit surreal when you’re told that your child could have this sort of abnormality. The first thought is that it can’t be true. My husband and I were prepared for this little one. I had been taking prenatal vitamins for nearly a year before I got pregnant, I have never smoked, and rarely drank alcohol. In fact, I hadn’t had a drink for months before I got pregnant. Additionally, I was in shape – in fact, the day I found out I was pregnant, I had just run a 5K for my fun workout of the day. So surely, the ultrasound results had to be wrong. Right? This sort of thing only happens in third-world countries, or with people who didn’t take care of themselves. Not me.

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Sex Differences in Idiotic Behavior

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 15th, 2015

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The new study testing "male idiot theory" - the idea that sex differences in risk-seeking behavior explain the observation that "men are idiots and idiots do stupid things." According to data from the Darwin Awards (an annual hall of fame commemorating those considered to have died in exceptionally stupid way) 88.7% of the Award winners were men.

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Sildenafil from Sandoz Canada

by Tiffany  -  January 13th, 2015

We currently stock Sildenafil which is quality generic Viagra manufactured by Sandoz in Canada strengths in 25mg, 50mg, 100mg, 4 tablets per pack. A valid prescription is required.

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What's With The Tongue-Twisting Prescription Drug Names?

by   -  January 12th, 2015

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Prescription Drugs by thinglass
Have you ever gotten a new prescription from your doctor and wondered how in the heck they came up with such a weird name? Not only can they be hard to pronounce, but many also need a world-class spelling bee champion in order to spell the darn things. Even they might be at a loss. So what's up with the bizarre-o combination of letters that look more like a miscellaneous ingredient in a TV dinner? Turns out, there is a method to the pharmaceutical madness. Good thing, too, because I was beginning to worry.

As it turns out, there's a lot of thought that goes into the seemingly crazy drug names.

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Santa's Present for A Pharmacist

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 8th, 2015

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Everybody is having fun in the festive season and everybody is enjoying varieties of food. It is so difficult to resist all these delicious temptations and not to become a “Christmas glutton" for several days, or weeks….Santa’s not an exclusion, by the way. All these excesses will unavoidably lead to some extra pounds. So visiting a gym and taking slimming medicine would be the first things to start the New Year with.

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Get Your Passports Ready: Medical Tourism on the Rise

by   -  January 5th, 2015

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While medical tourism is a booming industry, it's also one that for me (fortunately), I really didn't have many details on. I've always been a fairly healthy person, with reasonable health insurance coverage. So the need or desire to travel in order to get extensive work done just hasn't been a necessity of mine. That being said, the idea isn't unappealing when it all comes down to it. If you have to have something major done, saving money and getting to travel to a beautiful new place doesn't sound half bad.

For those of you unfamiliar, medical tourism is defined as traveling away from your home to acquire healthcare. You could be going to another state, or flying halfway across the world to get the medical help you need or desire. For those without health insurance, or needing medical procedures their insurance won't cover, medical tourism is an attractive alternative to the rising healthcare costs at home.

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