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The Facts and Fiction Behind Male Pattern Baldness

by Carissa Andrews  -  March 18th, 2019

Male pattern balding is a common condition leaving men all over the world on the hunt for a cure for. Did you know over 50% of all men over the age of fifty will experience hair loss to some degree? There happens to be plenty of misinformation out there about hair loss for men, and we wanted to get to the bottom of some of the most persistent myths—as well as discuss some of the facts all men should know about thinning hair. Let’s take a closer look.

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Bolivian Prescription

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 20th, 2017

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People living in Bolivian Amazon have the healthiest arteries in the world. 90% of the Tsimane people had clear arteries, which means they are not at risk of having heart disease. Even two thirds of people over 75 are have the lowest prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis of any population yet studied.

Their secret is in their diet.

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Doctors Turning Down by 10-A-Day

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 5th, 2017

Doctors Turning Down by 10-A-Day preview

5-a-day is not enough to reduce our chances of dying from a heart attack or cancer. According to a new research, we need 10-a-day, which is equivalent to 800g of fruit and vegetables. For example, 800g a day may include 2 kiwi fruit, 1 apple, 1 pear, 8 cauliflowers florets, 1 glass of orange juice, 3 tablespoons of peas, 2 broccoli spears, 1 tomato and 1 banana.

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Healing with Your Dreams

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 1st, 2017

Healing with Your Dreams preview

A new study finds that sleep can be used to practise a special type of therapy to help people with post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and people suffering from nightmares. This practice called lucid dreams, and it means that a person is aware and able to control their actions and even emotions when he is asleep.

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How to Help Someone with Diogenes Syndrome

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 18th, 2017

Getting along with Diogenes Syndrome preview

This condition is most common among elderly people and associated with the development of dementia. Affected by this syndrome, they neglect personal hygiene, become hoarders, isolate themselves from outside world.

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Making Your New Year's Resolutions Success

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 12th, 2017

Getting along with Diogenes Syndrome preview

After the lovely festive season is time for making resolutions. Unfortunately many of us fail after just several attempts to follow them. We all know how hard it is, but luckily there are psychological methods that can help:

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Quit Smoking and A Prolong Life: It Can be Done

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 30th, 2016

Quit Smoking and A Prolong Life: It Can be Done preview

It is well known that smoking is harmful for human’s health, but how harmful? Now scientists know exactly what number of DNA mutation can be caused by smoking.

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Ask Your Dentist How to Live Well

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 16th, 2016

Ask Your Dentist How to Live Well preview

Pneumonia, Osteoporosis, Diabetes and Heart disease in many cases can be prevented just by having regular dental check ups.

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Omega Reading Concentration

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 5th, 2016

Omega Reading Concentration review

According to a new research, fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6 have a positive effect in children with inattention and reading difficulties. An experiment, which included about 200 school children from Sweden, demonstrated that after taking capsules of Omega3/6 and making changes in their diets, children with mild attention problems showed great improvement.

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Smelly Farts: An Unusual Treatment

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 21st, 2016

Smelly Farts: An Unusual Treatment preview
The foul smelling gas hydrogen sulfide, also known as the rotten egg gas is to be a part of new treatments for some of the most common complications association with diabetes.

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Barcoding to Cope with Leukaemia

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 15th, 2016

Barcoding to cope with Leukaemia preview

Using a “barcode” to blood or steam cells is going to make it easier to monitor and study changes that occur or change over time. A new study reports that many of blood white cells are only formed during the foetal period...

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Master Clock and Artificial Light

by Liubov Edwards  -  August 3rd, 2016

Master clock and Artificial Light preview

Being exposed to constant artificial lighting causes damaging effect to human’s health. A body rhythm, called the circadian clock, based on 24-hour day-night, light-dark cycles are controlled by our “biological clock". These Circadian rhythms control physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle such as the sleep-wake cycle, body temperature, heart rate, and the release of hormones.

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The Surprising Thing Linked to Hypertension

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 21st, 2016

The Surprising Thing Linked to Hypertension preview

Living near an airport can be hard on your hearing. A recent study suggest that it is also hard on your heart. The noise produced by jet-powered planes may increase the risk of high blood pressure, especially at night. According to statistics 40% of people living near airport for three years and longer suffer of high blood pressure and more likely to be hospitalized for heart disease and stroke.

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Fats or Carbs? Which Diet is the Key to Victory

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 13th, 2016

Fats or Carbs preview

Doctors and nutritionists have been trying to fight obesity and diabetes for a very long time, and already made it clear that the right diet is a key to victory. But the question is - what diet is the right one?

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Grab Your Sunscreen As Summer is Here

by Liubov Edwards  -  May 4th, 2016

Grab Your Sunscreen preview
A new study reveals how mice can help to prevent the most dangerous type of skin cancers - melanoma. The scientists have developed a mouse model that can be used for testing effectively of sun screens. Before all the manufactured sunscreens were tested only in human volunteers or synthetic skin.

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Pigeon Air Testing

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 14th, 2016

Pigeon Air Testing preview

Air pollution in big cities is a massive problem and scientists need to collect data every day to try to control it. Pigeon Air Control in London “employes" local pigeons to carry air pollution sensors which detect the level of pollution in different areas of the city.

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Men On the Pill

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 6th, 2016

Men On the Pill preview

Pharmaceutical companies have reached experimental stages for the world’s first birth control pill for men. The new pill will create temporary male sterility and is going to be based on the male hormone testosterone, which can cause infertility at specific doses.

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Is Your Job Hurting Your Heart?

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 31st, 2016

Is Your Job Hurting Your Heart preview

It is well known that poor diet and lack of exercise can seriously damage your heart. But scientists from the American Heart Association found that some people of certain professions, due to less healthy habits, can be at risk too.

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Hidden Toxics in Your Home

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 16th, 2016

Hidden Toxics in Your Home preview

According to The World Health Organization, 4.3 million people a year die from exposure to household air pollution.

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Viagra Safeguard

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 10th, 2016

Viagra Safeguard preview
Viagra is very well known for treating impotence, but it also can help to fight pulmonary arterial hypertension, a life-threatening condition that affects swimmers and divers in cold water.

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Cell Traffic

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 2nd, 2016

Cell Traffic preview

A new study reveals that we really are “what we eat". Our genes regulate how the food we eat is broken down, but also the food we eat regulates our genes. A human body is not just a product of genetics, but also epigenetics, which can modify the genome.

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How to Eliminate Zika?

by Liubov Edwards  -  February 17th, 2016

How to Eliminate Zika preview

According to the World Health Organisation, The Zika virus is "spreading explosively", particularly in Central and South America. It seems there is not much has been done to stop the spreading of the virus.

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Are you SAD?

by Liubov Edwards  -  February 10th, 2016

Are you SAD preview

SAD, or Seasonal affective disorder has been accepted by medical professionals as a type of mental disorder. But today SAD is not considered as a stand-alone condition, it can be a symptom of major depression or a psychiatric disorder.

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Stand Up and Be Healthy

by Liubov Edwards  -  February 4th, 2016

Stand Up and Be Healthy preview

Using standing desks increases attention and better behavior of students, a new report reveals. Standing up while working can help to memories facts, digest reading material, solve problems and organize thoughts through writing. It also helps to fight obesity.

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Health and Safety Tips for Santa

by Liubov Edwards  -  December 28th, 2015

Health and Safety Tips for Santa preview

Christmas time is very exciting, especially for children, as Santa brings lots of new toys for them. Unfortunately a wrong choice of toys can lead to an accident or severe injury. For example last year about 252 000 children were treated in emergency rooms for toy-related injuries, 70% of the children were aged 12 or younger.

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Could Dating Apps Be Responsible for HIV

by Liubov Edwards  -  December 16th, 2015

Could Dating Apps Be Responsible for HIV preview

The new research provided by the Union nations shows that dating apps can be dangerous as they cause the increase of HIV cases, especially amongst Asian teenagers. The use of dating apps has amplified the opportunity for spontaneous sex. They create networks of men in which infections rapidly spread among users.

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A Flu Forecast?

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 26th, 2015

A Flu Forecast preview

We all keep an eye on daily weather forecast, to be prepared to any change in meteorological conditions. But is it possible to predict some deceases activity, for example flu, the same way? The answer is Yes. Google Flu Trends (GFT) was launched exactly for this purpose. They are able to provide real-time estimates that could accurately guide hospitals and health systems in allocating resources for flu care.

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Texting Obsession

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 19th, 2015

Texting Obsession preview

More and more people are becoming very attached to their smartphones; they are browsing the internet, using social networks and texting. New findings show that obsessive excessive texting can lead to reduce academic performance in teenagers, especially girls.

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The Movie Treatment

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 12th, 2015

The Movie Treatment preview

“Lazy eye" or amblyopia affects 2-3 in every 100 children in the US. The most common treatment for this condition so far is the placement of a patch over the stronger eye for quite a long time, so the only weaker eye will be used.

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Depressed? Try Fish Therapy

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 21st, 2015

Depressed? Try Fish Therapy preview

Depression affects about 350 million people worldwide. Despite of existence of different forms of treatment for the condition, many of which have potential side effects, depression still is the world’s second cause of disability.

But risk of depression can be reduced by making some changes in your lifestyle; and first of all in your diet.

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Are You On the List?

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 7th, 2015

Are You On the List preview

Forget about taro cards and fortune tellers if you want to know for how long are you going to stay alive. One medical test can answer the question with precision. The new test supposed to show how fast a person is ageing. One of the researches, said: "This new test holds great potential as with further research, it may help improve the development and evaluation of treatments that prolong good health in older age."

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A Pill or A Gas Mask?

by Liubov Edwards  -  October 2nd, 2015

A Pill or A Gas Mask preview

Any radiation exposure can have terrible and often lethal affect on human’s body. Not many people keep gas masks at home in case a nuclear incident happens. Luckily a new breakthrough has been reported, which means that soon we can have a single pill or injection that can protect human’s body from potential lethal effects of radiation.

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CSI Finale: Tracking the Malaria Killer

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 25th, 2015

CSI Finale: Tracking the Malaria Killer preview

CBS confirmed that CSI will end its 15-season run with a two-hour finale on Sep 27th, featuring original cast members William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger. To celebrate the 15 incredible years. Fans including #CANPharmacyKing who has touched this show. This one's for you.

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Breakfast Against Obesity

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 16th, 2015

Breakfast Against Obesity preview

Skipping breakfast is not a good idea at all. If you do it regularly it will eventually affect your health. Why breakfast it so important? Firstly your body and mind needs energy re-fuel after hours of night fasting. Secondary it increases your chance of becoming obese and also developing diabetes and wrist of a heart attack. Having a breakfast makes people less likely to be hungry during the rest of the day, so they do not overeat.

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Natural Napping Remedies

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 10th, 2015

Natural Napping Remedies preview

It is very well known, that sleep is very important for everybody. A recent study reveals that a short nap can help to reduce impulsive behavior and tolerate frustration. Just 30 -60 minutes of sleep in day time can make one’s behavior calmer and also help brain working better.

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Dancing Your Way to Good Health

by Liubov Edwards  -  August 26th, 2015

Dancing Your Way to Good Health preview

The power of dance has been used therapeutically for centuries, as a ritual of healing sicknesses. Later dance become a form of expressive art. The establishment of dance as a therapy occurred in the 1950s, when American Dance Therapy Association was founded.

Dance therapy is becoming more and more popular nowadays .

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Blue Rag or Blue Cap

by Liubov Edwards  -  August 12th, 2015

Blue Rag or Blue Cap preview

Sleeping sickness is quite common in countries of sub-Saharan Africa and around 300 000 people are infected every year. As some other tropical diseases, sleeping sickness is transmitted by fly, called the tsetse. The symptoms are headache, swollen joins, reduced body weight very often can be fatal. Scientists have been trying many methods to reduce the tsetse fly population and recently discovered a very simple but effective way.

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Recalled: Nuts, Spices, Raw Pet Food, and Sushi Tuna

by Carissa Andrews  -  August 10th, 2015

Warning Signs of Salmonella preview

What do nuts, spices, raw pet food, and raw tuna used for sushi have in common – that’s right – salmonella. In recent months there has been 62 confirmed cases popping up across 11 states – Minnesota included on just the sushi alone. Eeeep, I like my sushi, too.

Osamu Corporation out of Gardena, CA is responsible for recalling a batch of frozen yellow fin tuna chunk meat (lot #68568) after the product was found to host salmonella by the Minnesota Department of Health.

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Adding Salt Can Help You LOSE Weight

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 29th, 2015

Adding Salt Can Help You LOSE Weight preview

According to a new study, lowering sodium intake is not as good as it was thought to be. Fat and salt act together to increase weight gain. This conclusion was made after researches experimented with mice diets. They found out that the group of mice, that was kept on a high-fat diet with highest salt content gained 3 times less weight than mice who were fed high-fat food with less salt content.

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Probiotics: Follow Your Gut Feeling

by Liubov Edwards  -  June 10th, 2015

Probiotics: Follow Your Gut Feeling preview

Nowadays antibiotics can be found everywhere, they are unavoidable; they are in meat, in water, in soap and mouthwash. Antibiotics are used in agriculture on animals as preventative measure. They are used in quite high amounts, so antibiotic residues can remain in the meat.

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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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Tension or Hypertension?

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 30th, 2015

A new study shows that dining out can be directly linked to hypertension risk. People with hypertension are at risk for kidney failure and stroke. In the US there are almost 2 million children and 70 million adults are affected by hypertension. Eating meals away from home usually includes consuming a higher intake of calories, saturated fat and salt which can cause high blood pressure.

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Strange Ways to Manage Pain

by Carissa Andrews  -  April 27th, 2015

Pain in life is inevitable, but the way we manage it can vary from person to person. Some people are able to grin and bear it, while others might cringe just at the thought. Yet without pain, our body would have no way of protecting us from dangers that could become life threatening without immediate attention.

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The 'Greatest' Threat to the National Security

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 16th, 2015

Currently, 15,000 potential annual recruits fail their physicals and an additional 27% are turned away due to obesity.

Although a civilian may pass the minimum physical requirements to join the U.S. military, poor health results in training injuries.

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Keeping Sex Hot in Your Senior Years

by Carissa Andrews  -  April 13th, 2015

In modern society, we’ve lost our way when it comes to not only accepting the wisdom and benefit that comes with age and experience – but we’ve also tried to shut out essential elements of what it means to be a senior. Gone are the days of revering and respecting the elders in our communities (which, by the way, is something this Minnesotan woman feels should really be reintroduced), and in are the days when only the virility of the young is admired most.

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A Medical Prescription to Reduce Racism?

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 18th, 2015

A scientist from Oxford University sure that “everything comes down to biology" and that racism is not an exclusion. According to the research anxiety and even high blood pressure can be one of the reasons of the social disease. Propanol, which is usually prescribed for people with high blood pressure can be a solution and help ease the extreme behavior.

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The Music Sheet of The Heart

by Liubov Edwards  -  January 28th, 2015

Music Sheet of Heart preview

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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Could Nanotechnology Destroy Ebola?

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 20th, 2014

Could Nanotechnology destroy Ebola preview

Ebola, the viral disease has already killed at least 4,400 people in West Africa, especially in Sierra leone. It has been very difficult to develop a vaccine for Ebola, because the virus mutates very quickly. Scientists think that nanotechnology can offer a solution: development of nano particles that could be attached chemically to the virus and stop it from spreading.

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Let's Join the Ebola Fight

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 19th, 2014

Let's Join the Ebola Fight preview

The resent Ebola outbreak has already claimed over 2,000 lives. But it could have been stopped, if a vaccine had been developed and stockpiled sooner. Unfortunately big pharmaceutical companies, which dominate the market, were not interested in investing in vaccine, as the poorest countries in the world can't afford to pay for a new vaccine.

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A Talking Pill Bottle

by Liubov Edwards  -  September 11th, 2014

A Talking Pill Bottle preview

One of the biggest problems in medicine is that people don't consistently take the drugs they're prescribed. A new pill bottle cap connected to wireless network is going to be a solution. The system called "Vitality" will blink and make sound signals to remind a patient to take his medicine and can be set to alert if someone isn't taking medicine.

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Happy Pills - Prescription for Fun

by Liubov Edwards  -  August 27th, 2014

Happy Pills - Prescription for Fun preview

What is the best medicine? Laugh, kisses, hugs, cuddles, music, love, care, relationship, exercise, prayers! Canadian Pharmacy King aims to provide the greatest medicine of obtaining joy and happiness together. Comment here and vote for your best RX.

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Canadian Pharmacy King's Supermarket

by Liubov Edwards  -  August 7th, 2014

Canadian Pharmacy King's Supermarket preview

Many people are on medications for conditions that can be remedied with a refinement of their diet. Canadian Pharmacy King offers not only prescription drugs but also provides useful health care and dieting tips via interesting articles and comics. Remember, that right healthy food can be as effective as prescription medicine.

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Talk Therapy or Antidepressant

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 9th, 2014

Talk Therapy preview

New figures reveal that more and more people are prescribed antidepressant drugs to medicalise everyday sadness. Being depressed from time to time is a universal human experience and quite often a session of talk therapy or just a nice chat can have much better effect on those people than any antidepressants.

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Have You Got World Cup Fever

by Liubov Edwards  -  July 4th, 2014

World Cup Fever preview

Getting a fever on vacation can easily ruin the fun. But getting a football fever when in Brazil should be a fun. But you need to be prepare for that very seriously. With Germany, Holland and Chile caps, England, Columbia and Brazil t-shirts and Japan and Uruguay scarves, Anti malarial pills, Advil and Acetaminophen you should be fine there.

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Ask Your Google Glass or Pharmacist?

by Liubov Edwards  -  June 6th, 2014

Ask Your Google Glass preview

Google Glass is a wearable computer which was developed by Google. It has already been found very useful in many areas of life including healthcare. For example, It can provide a patient with information on side effects and instructions such as whether to take the medication with food. Also the researchers found that Google Glass can help patients with Parkinsons, by providing visual cues to wearers that help them unblock their brains and regain their movement.

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DON'T Drive Impaired

by Liubov Edwards  -  May 21st, 2014

Don't drive impaired preview

If you have taken your medication and thinking about driving after that, think twice. Do not put yourself and those around you at risk. There are many alternatives to driving yourself. Call a taxi, use public transport, ask a friend or a relative to drive instead, or just walk.

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Can Medications Make You a Better Mom?

by Liubov Edwards  -  May 9th, 2014

Can medications make you a better mom preview

Sadness, anxiety, pessimism, insomnia, irritability, fatigue are range of unpleasant but normal maternal emotions. But for some moms the only way to "fight" them is taking psychiatric medications. Then the world seems a less terrifying place to raise children, stress becomes more manageable, but...

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Better than a Helmet

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 21st, 2014

Better than a Helmet preview

Spring is coming which means that pollen allergy is coming too! And instead of wearing helmets or spending all the time indoors, some allergy patients might be able to feel a little more comfortable than usual this spring. Thanks to new form of allergy medicine, called Oralair, which is simply taken under the tongue.

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Easter and After

by Liubov Edwards  -  April 18th, 2014

Easter and after preview

Easter is coming and Easter Bunny hurries up to bring children their chocolate eggs. But the next day the chocolate lovers' parents are calling for a Post-Easter bunny to supply them with anti-allergy medicine.

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Obamacare Mom

by Mark Reeve  -  March 28th, 2014

Obamacare mom preview

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".

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The King of Rock and Roll

by Mark Reeve  -  March 21st, 2014

elvis king blue suede shoes preview

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..."

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Travelling Aboard with Prescription Meds

by Mark Reeve  -  March 16th, 2014

Travelling aboard with meds preview

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

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Daylight Time Saving

by Mark Reeve  -  March 7th, 2014

Daylight time saving preview

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.

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The Good Old Days Clubbing

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 4th, 2014

The Good Old Days Clubbing preview

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

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Dr Jekylle A Winning Transformation

by Mark  -  February 28th, 2014

Dr Jekylle a winning transformation preview

In the famous story by Robert Louis Stevenson, mild mannered pillar of society Henry Jekyll drinks a strange potion and is transformed into a horrible alter ego with disastrous results. In our cartoon he becomes something much worse: a cheating gold medal winner. Although given the range of nasty side effects (and the risk of detection and public disgrace), you might think it not worth it.

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Pharmacist 10000 years BC

by Liubov Edwards  -  February 27th, 2014

Pharmacist 10000 years BC preview

At Stone Age period, a customer was talking to the pharmacist and asking for headache relief medicine in Cave People Pharmacy.

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Something Between the Ears

by Mark  -  February 24th, 2014

Something between the ears preview

The strange things that lurk in our bodies! One can almost feel sorry for the doctors who have to probe our every nook and cranny in search of the causes of our various ailments. - never knowing what they're going to find!

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Olympic Dope Testing

by Mark  -  February 23rd, 2014

Olympic dope testing preview

With the pressures on modern athletes it seems that instances of them taking banned substances to enhance their performance is never going to go away. In the Sochi 2014 Olympics there were no fewer than 7 athletes who tested positive for them. The practice has a long history: some ancient Greek athletes used to eat lizard meat in the belief this would help them to win . . . eerrgh!

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Advantages of Online Ordering

by Mark  -  February 21st, 2014

Advantages of online ordering preview

Have you ever stood in a pharmacy dreading taking your intended purchase to the payment desk because the item is of a personal nature; or left with a tube of toothpaste instead of a box of condoms?

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Hemlet the Depressive Dane

by Mark  -  February 17th, 2014

Hemlet depressive dane preview

Depression takes many forms and some of our most famous literary creations suffered from this condition, from Sherlock Holmes to Shakespear's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Fortunately these days there are a range of highly effective drug therapies which can alleviate this crippling affliction.

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Cupid Get Some Assistance

by Mark  -  February 13th, 2014

Cupid gets some assistance preview

Sometimes Cupid really does need a bit of help. Erectile dysfunction is a common complaint and not just for the more senior of our male citizens. So why not take some precautions and ensure you never wilt in front of your partner.

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Shelter from the Blues

by Mark  -  February 12th, 2014

Shelter from the blues preview

If people actually turned blue when they were depressed it would certainly make diagnosis of this condition easier. Authorities differ as to the origin of the phrase "feeling blue" - possibly it goes back to the 16th century - but few would disagree that clinical depression is a serious disorder. Thankfully medical science has moved on, and can now offer effective shelter from its symptoms.

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