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Prescription Meds

Prescription Meds from Canadian Pharmacies: Top 10 Products 2019

Canadian pharmaceutical market offers effortless and effective ways to cut on routine healthcare expenses of the American citizens. Unfortunately, healthcare institutions in the country do not provide their clients with a sufficient amount of medications. Several legal concerns don’t let the Americans get certain meds in line with their health insurance. Are Canadian Prescription Drugs…
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global generics

What’s Wrong With The Global Generics Market, And How It Affects The Poor?

Appearance of generic medications is frequently considered to be a “fix” for high medication costs — a common worry in both developed and poor countries. However, according to the report from the Center for Global Development, for some low-and middle income nations, demonstrates that worldwide markets for generic meds are fizzling, leaving the poor patients…
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Compounded Medicines

Compounded Medicines: Safety and Regulation Issues

What kind of drugs do you usually take: compounded or manufactured by a large pharmaceutical company? At first glance, it seems that in most cases doctors prescribe factory-supplied medicines. But in practice millions of US citizens use compounded drugs on a regular basis. And in the USA there are about 7,500 facilities making such medications.…
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Canadian Online Drugstore

Is it Possible to Run a Canadian Online Drugstore by Your Own?

Many new entrepreneurs who dream about making their business successful start from a single business idea. Running an online drugstore may seem a great business startup plan for a beginner. But is it really worth the trouble? Let’s figure out that pros and pitfalls are waiting for every self-employed beginner who dreams about helping people…
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air pollution

What’s the connection between air pollution and lethal heart diseases?

The recent survey published by CHEST journal revealed that air pollution might be damaging for every organ and every cell in our body. According to WHO, one-third of deaths from strokes, lung cancer, and heart diseases happen because of air pollution. Breathing dirty air equals smoking tobacco or eating too much salt. Heart is the…
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Switching to generics

Switching to Generics – An Easy and Effective Solution to the Problem of High Medicare Expenses

According to the results of the recent study, presented in the Annals of Internal Medicine, during the period from 2011 to 2017 Medicare could have economized $17,7 billion, if they chose the generic versions of older drugs instead of overpaying for the new brand products. Here are some examples. During the period from 2011 to…
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asthma and mental health

Asthma and Depression: Can Asthma Drugs Really Cause Mental Health Issues?

A close relationship between asthma and mental health disorders was acknowledged more than a 100 years ago. Modern studies with vast statistical data confirm higher rates of mental disorders among asthmatic patients. Stress, anxiety and depression can exacerbate asthmatic symptoms; as the condition worsens, mental health issues arise easily as a result. Even more, a…
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How to use Viagra

Viagra Dosage at Maximum: 150mg and 200mg Pills Are Explained

How to use Viagra? It is a quite common question because there are brand and generic versions sold under this title or its varieties. However, all these pills despite the different contents share the same active component – Sildenafil. That is why the dosage is pretty much the same for each pill. If the deal…
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Diabetes Drug

Coverage Delay For The New (And Costly) Diabetes Drug In Canadian Pharmacies

British Columbia remains the only province in Canada that does not provide coverage for SGLT2 diabetes drugs. This relatively new drug type was approved by the FDA and EMA in 2012-13. Until now experts have expressed controversial opinions on the registered SGLT2 inhibitors. On the one hand, drugs of this class offer new opportunities in…
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Health and Wellness trends 2019

Health and Wellness Trends in 2019: Forgetting About Diets and Focusing on Brain Health

Understanding habits and choices that promote sound physical and mental health is the key priority, since health, according to the WHO, is 50-55% determined by one’s way of life. The newest research gives even greater importance to lifestyle, raising it to 70%. However, not only the importance attributed to healthy lifestyle is reconsidered. What practices…
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