Diabetes in young adults is a specific group that is regularly overlooked by pediatric and adult medicine. The timeframe of young adulthood regularly seems to be left outside main discussions and studies, all while the transition from adolescence to adulthood has unique issues associated with diabetes. The hidden issues are typically how to stay dedicated to caring for diabetes under the added stress and change of young adulthood.Read More
It’s no secret that our American friends south of the border pay a lot for prescription drugs, and that will probably continue into the foreseeable future. When compared to Canadians, our compatriots down south pay more for the same drugs thanks in part to drug price control laws in Canada — or better yet, insufficient drug price control laws in the US.Read More
Safe disposal of your leftover/expired/extra prescription drugs ultimately means the reduction of likelihood that they’ll fall into the wrong hands, or mistakenly be used by you, or your family members or friends.
Begin by inspecting the contents of your medicine cabinet and/or overnight prescription organizer for any and all expired or unused drugs. This includes all prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and even natural health products. Check their expiration dates as a first step, and if you’re unsure of their effectiveness or safety, consult your pharmacist.Read More
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) affects an approximate 25% of men under 40 years of age, and about 40% of all men over 40. ED is primarily caused by decreased blood flow to the penis – a result of restricted blood vessels that cause the flow of blood to the penis to be narrowed.
The alarming facts are, that most men who contract some fairly common medical conditions as they age, namely high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes – anything that affects your blood vessels, in essence, are at risk of developing erectile dysfunction. In fact, over 50% of all men with diabetes will find themselves struggling to maintain an erection.Read More
The stigma of buying medications online dictates a certain uncertainty, or untrustworthiness in the seller- and for new buyers, the online market can be an overwhelming place to navigate. For every legitimate online pharmacy, there seems to be a handful of illegitimate organizations that pose serious risks to the health and wellbeing of their customers.
If you have no experience buying from an online pharmacy, you can get a sense of what’s what from our blog here – but assuming you’ve spoken to your physician about purchasing your prescribed medications from a legitimate online Canadian pharmacy, you’ll need to know a few things about how to go about this process correctly.Read More
It’s a smart move to exercise caution when considering purchasing medications from an online pharmacy. There are vast arrays of questionable suppliers and distributors of popular drugs on the internet, and any 2-minute Google search will confirm their widespread availability.
Many of these counterfeit e-pharmacies offer prescription medicines at slashed prices without requiring a valid prescription issued by a licensed physician, and others who use marketing tactics and savvy web development practices to help customers assume their local groups that can be trusted.
There are, however, many reputable and professional online pharmacies that not only provide convenience and excellent customer experience, but who also go the extra mile to earn the patronage of their clientele. In this post, we’ll explain some of the top ways to find a legitimate online pharmacy.Read More
The American Association for Accessible Medicines (AAM) notes while brand name drug companies don’t always have to compete with their competition, generic brands of similar medications do – resulting in lower prices for consumers.Read More