Generic Versions of Sildenafil

by Tiffany  -  May 29th, 2015

Myl-Sildenafil (Sildenafil, brand name: Viagra) is manufactured by Mylan in Canada strengths in 25mg, 50mg, 100mg, 4 tablets per pack. Sildenafil comes in blister packs and bottle (only 100 mg) of pills. Generic Sildenafil from Canada is also made from Sandoz, Mint and other manufacturers.

Sildenafil from Mylan Canada

Currently we also carry different generic versions of Sildenafil come from the UK made by Dr. Reddy's (8 film-coated tablets pack) and Milpharm (4 film-coated tablets pack) or other manufacturers.

Sildenafil from UK

A valid prescription is required to buy generic Sildenafil.

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Would You Buy Breast Milk Online?

by   -  May 28th, 2015

by dml5050
by dml5050
In centuries past, it wasn’t so unusual to acquire breast milk from someone else for your infant’s needs. Wet nurses have long been available for babies whose mothers could not produce enough milk. With the rise of baby formula, however, this practice went to the wayside in the United States and many other countries. Only recently has it become more open for discussion again.

New trends in the Internet make it possible to not only purchase breast milk for your infant online, but also make some extra cash if you’re open to selling it yourself. Stranger yet, there are even new health trends happening as male bodybuilders are buying breast milk as part of their regimen. Despite all of this, the question remains: Would you buy breast milk online?

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Mental Health and “Game of Thrones”: Narcissists Oh My!

by   -  May 25th, 2015

by outsiderzone
by outsiderzone
Mental health probably isn’t the first thing that pops into your mind when you think Game of Thrones, and according to licensed mental health counselor Colleen Jordan, that’s probably a good thing because Game of Thrones is full of sociopaths, borderlines, narcissists, alcoholics, and people suffering from delusions. Character by character, mental illness is plotted throughout Westeros. Characters we love and characters we love to hate are all there in their mentally ill glory.

And while in real life that wouldn’t be any fun, in Westeros it sure makes for great drama.

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The Surprising Side Effects of Grooming

by Liubov Edwards  -  May 22nd, 2015

Use of anabolic-androgenic steroids or synthetic testosterone helps to sculpt a well-muscled body much faster, than just by taking physical exercises. Long term of using them leads to very unpleasant and bad side effects. Side effects include: increased body hair, aggressive behaviour, fluid retention, elevated blood pressure, sleeplessness, increased irritability...

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Music Is My Drug: The Passing of B.B. King

by   -  May 20th, 2015

by irisphoto11
by irisphoto11
Growing up, the music in my house revolved more around Classic Rock than Blues, but even this Minnesotan gal has heard of the great B.B. King. Truthfully, though, until his passing, I knew very little about the man himself. Sometimes life is funny like that. We get so caught up in all the little things in our own lives, the different aspects pulling our attention from the start, that we miss some of life’s amazing people, places, and things in our periphery. B.B. King is one such amazing man.

Born Riley B. King on September 16th, 1925 in a cabin on the bank of Bear Creek in Berclair, Missisippi – he earned his nickname of B.B. King (shortened from “Beale Street Blues Boy", or “Blues Boy") when he cut his first record in 1949. Seems a fitting nickname, and clearly it stuck.

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Beauty Really Is For The Young

by   -  May 18th, 2015

by prometeus
by prometeus
Now before you get upset with me, it’s not what you think. Dove recently launched another campaign calling for women to accept themselves as beautiful. People are taking sides; and I’m not just talking about the “average" vs. “beautiful" either. While some take the ad campaign at face value to be another encouraging ad geared towards feminism; others view it as a deceptive ploy.

Regardless of your stance, you have to admit it’s got people talking about what it takes for women to consider ourselves beautiful in today’s society. When I think of the statistic that only 3% of women consider themselves to be beautiful (regardless of whether or not Dove’s statistics could be slanted), I think less about convincing women my own age, and more about encouraging young girls before the disillusionment sets in.

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Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

by   -  May 14th, 2015

Borderline personality disorder (often shortened to BPD) is a mental illness that negatively affects one’s thoughts, feelings, mood, functioning, and relationships. In short, people with borderline personality disorder often have very strong emotions such as anger, despair, or anxiety that cause them to overreact or act-out in a variety of ways. In relationships, a person with BPD is likely to idealize the other person initially, and then devalue them in time, causing intense and unstable relationships. People with this disorder often turn to drugs and alcohol to handle these strong emotions. Borderline personality disorder is rarely diagnosed in those of 40 or those under 18.

These very strong emotional states and dysfunctional ways of dealing with them often lead to self-harm (in between 70-75% of cases) or even suicide.

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How To Avert Deadly Medication Mix-ups

by   -  May 12th, 2015

Medication errors can occur anywhere a medication is in the hands of a human. Sometimes, these errors can have dire consequences. Medication mistakes affect 1.5 million Americans or more every year, and according to the Institute of Medicine, at least a quarter of the errors are preventable. A key component is taking responsibility for your health and communicating with the doctors involved in your care.

While medication errors can happen on all levels, we have some tips for the top three ways they could affect you.

Avert Mix-ups at Hospital Level

Researched published in the Journal of Patient Safety, estimated that hospital medical errors contribute to the deaths of between 210,000 and 440,000 patients.

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The Hardest Part of Being A Mommy

by   -  May 10th, 2015

This is a special Mother’s Day edition from the Canadian Pharmacy King as we celebrate Mother’s Day together with all of you.

No one ever said being a mother was easy. It certainly isn’t for the faint of heart. I’m sure there are mom’s out there who coast through, easily navigating the waters of parenthood, but I’d wager the majority of us are not so lucky. For me, being a mommy is sticky business. It’s messy and heart wrenching; it’s slobbery kisses and soft whimpers; it’s sleepless nights, restless nights, and endless nights as you tirelessly care, worry, and wait for your children. Best of all, it’s the lights in their eyes, the trust they endow, the giggles, and hugs as they tug your heartstrings and body close.

Motherhood is often complicated, not by our children, but by our own minds as we strive to be better; do more; be more. We want our children to have the best of everything – while still being humble and appreciative, too. Some of the goals we set out to measure our successes are unattainable goalposts, and then we wonder why we often feel we are failing.

Yahoo recently posed the interesting question: What’s the hardest part about being a mom?

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10 De-stress Methods Better than Pills

by   -  May 8th, 2015

April is National Stress Awareness Month; so naturally, we want to help you kick the stress habit. Or at the very least, work towards creating a few puddles of bliss between bouts of manic moments. Stress can takes its toll on you physically, mentally, and motivationally.

Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our daily grind, we can’t even see the simple ways to alleviate the stresses of being alive. In order to maintain our health, we need to find ways to combat stress. While a bad day won’t necessarily compromise your health, compounding weeks or months of stress will dampen your immune system and raise your risk for disease. According to the American Psychological Association, only 29 percent of people dealing with stress say they’re doing an excellent or very good job at managing or reducing it.

So with that in mind, here are simple ten tips to overcoming even the most grizzly of days.

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Is Mom Our First Pharmacist?

by Liubov Edwards   -  May 6th, 2015

It’s the mom who knows your allergies

It’s the mom who checks the medicine labels and instructions

It’s the mom who stores the medicine safely

It’s the mom who organizes all the pills

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A New Heir: The World Welcomes Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

by   -  May 4th, 2015

As a woman with an English husband, one would expect our household to be in the realm of the “know" when it comes to the goings on of the Royal Family. Generally speaking, I’m not one for celebrities, or really paying much attention to them – Royal Family included. Ironically, however, I tend to show more interest in the news of the new baby than my husband. Perhaps it’s due to the fact that I have recently had my own. Or the fact that having an English husband makes me more curious to the Royal Family now.

Either way, when news began to spread yesterday about the new Princess being born, it was my mother-in-law who shared the news via email:

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