bacterial vs viral infections

Bacterial vs Viral Infections: The Differences Explained

Author , posted on January 17, 2021

Category: Healthy Living


Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it seemed like there was an answer for everything in the medical industry.  Of course, there were still medical marvels that stumped doctors occasionally. But generally speaking, most people would not have predicted a widespread, highly-contagious virus taking over the world. But alas, here we are in the midst
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pharmacy pricing

Co-Pay Cards, Drug Insurance and Canadian Pharmacies What is Actually the Cheapest: Comparing Pharmacy Pricing

Author , posted on January 16, 2021

Category: Drug Information


According to the CDC, at least 60% of Americans have some sort of chronic health issue needing ongoing treatment. If you’re one of these unfortunate folk, you’re probably all too aware of the high cost of prescription medications in the US. So what are you to do when you need
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drug prices

Will Drug Prices Fall in 2021?

Author , posted on January 16, 2021

Category: Drug Information


Over 58 million adults in the United States can’t afford to pay for prescription drugs. But 2021 might provide some hope for patients dealing with high drug prices. In 2020 The United States government issued the Transparency in Coverage final ruling. This is why many people predict that drug prices will fall
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online doctor appointments

The Doctor Will Virtually See You Now: How Online Doctor Appointments Work

Author , posted on January 16, 2021

Category: Healthy Living


Did you know that more than 20% of doctors in the US used telemedicine to treat their patients in 2019? That’s an amazing increase from just around 5% back in 2015. Online doctor appointments have become more and more prevalent these days because they offer a lot of benefits. But
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online canadian pharmacy

Save Money on ED Using an Online Canadian Pharmacy

Author , posted on January 15, 2021

Category: Prescription Related Questions


Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects an estimated 15% of the world’s male population. Researchers also project its prevalence to affect 320 million men by 2025. If this forecast comes to pass, it will signify a two-fold growth from the 150 million ED patients back in 1995. In North America alone, more
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generic prescriptions

What Are Generic Prescriptions and When You Should Use Them

Author , posted on January 15, 2021

Category: Prescription Related Questions


In the United States, 90% of prescriptions filled are generic prescriptions, not their brand-name counterparts. This is despite all the advertising many brand-name drugs receive when they first come on the market.It seems that the early hype persuades consumers. But they nonetheless readily accept the much lower cost of the
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usda dietary guidelines

How Often Should You Eat? A Look at The USDA’s New Dietary Guidelines

Author , posted on January 15, 2021

Category: Healthy Living


Every year, the USDA releases revised dietary guidelines. These guidelines direct the population on new food trends to watch out for, tricky wording that may show up on food packaging, and more.  As a parent, we’re sure that you’re interested in these guidelines for healthy eating. They can be extremely
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covid vaccines

COVID vaccines are Coming: A Comparison and Potential Release Dates

Author , posted on January 14, 2021

Category: Healthy Living


Wear a mask. Social Distance. Loss of taste and smell. If you count the number of times you’ve spoken or heard these phrases, you’d be a millionaire!  COVID-19 has affected us all in different ways. Some people were happy to have some extra time off during the initial spring quarantine
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prescription drug label

What Does Your Prescription Drug Label Say? Everything You Need to Know

Author , posted on October 23, 2020

Category: Prescription Related Questions


Studies show that many patients can read their prescription drug labels, but only a third understand them. If you read ‘take two tablets twice daily,’ what do you think it means? Take two tablets a day? Or take two tablets twice a day? Prescription drug labels contain information that could
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GMO health risks

You Are What You Eat: GMO Health Risks and How to Avoid Them

Author , posted on October 18, 2020

Category: Healthy Living


Almost 75% of processed food on the shelves of your grocery store has ingredients that have been genetically modified.  You may have heard the term GMO on the news or noticed it on your food labels. GMOs, or Genetically Modified Organisms, are scientifically altered foods that we eat each day. Although nonprofit
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