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Eliquis Fast Facts

by CANPharmacyWorld - July 2, 2020
Eliquis is a relatively new blood thinner making waves in the market. While many drug companies are suffering because of a lack of funding because of so many places being shut down, Eliquis is different.
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Now Trending: How to Start Your Own At-Home Garden

by Skye Sherman - June 22, 2020
By now it’s clear that the coronavirus pandemic has caused major change all across the world. The way we used to do things is gone, maybe forever. Many traits of the “new normal” don’t seem to be going away anytime soon, so it appears that some of the change we’ve seen is here to stay. Strange and interesting trends have emerged, as well as totally new ways of going about our typical daily routines.
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Couples in Quarantine Survey

by CPW - June 18, 2020
To access the survey, visit this link: or leave your comments below this post.
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What Is the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Online Pharmacies?

by Skye Sherman - June 8, 2020
Every day, it becomes more clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has touched every part of our lives. Nothing in our routine is the same as it was at the start of the year. The way we eat, shop, socialize, and take care of our health has shifted in response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
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Fermented Food: A Favorable Effect on Hypertension?

by Skye Sherman - June 1, 2020
If you’re a kimchi or kombucha lover, you’re in for some good news. These unique and tangy foods are loved around the world for their distinctive flavor, but it turns out they may offer some health benefits, too.
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