Category: Heal

What Are the Trends of Erectile Dysfunction: Insights of 2024

by Skye Sherman - April 8, 2024

If you’re a male and don’t have erectile dysfunction (ED) yourself, you surely know someone who does.

Say Goodbye to Heartburn and Acid Reflux: Remedies and Medications

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - October 30, 2023

Acid reflux, heartburn and indigestion are common digestive disorders that affect millions of people in the U.S. Many people experience acid reflux or heartburn only occasionally, but for others it's a chronic condition that can cause serious health problems over time.

6 Reasons Why Every Glaucoma Patient Should Wear Sunglasses

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - October 16, 2023

Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease in which fluid build up in the eye causes increased intra-ocular pressure (IOP). If left untreated for a prolonged time, irreversible vision loss may ensue.

Acne is Real: Can You Take a Pill to Get It Cured?

by Skye Sherman - September 25, 2023

Anyone who has suffered from acne knows how painful and unsightly this condition is. It not only affects you physically, it also can influence your mental and emotional health.

What You Need to Know This Thyroid Awareness Month

by Skye Sherman - January 30, 2023

Did you know that January is thyroid awareness month? Any living, breathing human owes a lot to their thyroid.

Cequa vs Restasis vs Xiidra, Which Works Better?

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - December 19, 2022

Dry eyes disease can be quite annoying, especially if you do not know how to manage it

Farxiga vs. Jardiance: Which is the Best for You?

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - November 21, 2022

High blood sugar, commonly referred to as diabetes is one of the fastest growing medical conditions in our world today.

The Erection Drug Tadalafil May Have Other Benefits Beyond the Bedroom

by Skye Sherman - September 19, 2022

If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you know the pain and inconvenience of this unfortunate condition, not to mention the stress and anxiety.

Dry Eyes and Glaucoma, what is the connection?

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - August 22, 2022

Dry eye syndrome is a condition in which the eyes do not produce enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly. Although dry eyes are more commonly experienced by people over 50, any age group can experience dry eye

Rheumatoid Arthritis vs Psoriatic Arthritis: What It Means for Your Joints

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - July 11, 2022

Rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis are both autoimmune diseases that cause inflammation of the joints. Although there is a huge amount of overlap between these two conditions, it is important to understand what makes them different from each other.

A Novel Diabetes Drug Could Reduce Mortality in COVID-19

by Skye Sherman - May 30, 2022

As we continue to endure more than two years of the novel coronavirus pandemic, there is more hope on the horizon as researchers have discovered that a new diabetes drug may be able to reduce mortality in COVID-19 infections.

5 Stomach Issues Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - May 16, 2022

One can say stomach symptoms are the bane of our existence. From the after-effects of an adventurous night out to the devilish cramps that appeared out of nowhere, some symptoms should never be ignored.

Knee Injections That Could Ease Your Osteoarthritis Pain

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - March 7, 2022

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis, a condition whereby the joints are inflamed. OA can affect different joints such as hands, knees and hips, causing the cartilage to breakdown and wear away.

Can Watching Video Games, Movies & TV Be Good for Your Eyes?

by Carrie Borzillo - November 29, 2021

We’ve all heard it before — watching too much TV will rot your brain. Eat more carrots if you want to see well. Playing video games will lead to obesity.

Managing Clotting and COVID-19: Role of Blood Thinners

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - June 7, 2021

COVID-19 is taking a serious toll on various aspects of people’s health all over the world. Although COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, it has effects on other target organs in the body such as the heart, blood and kidney.

Warts: Prevention, Treatment and Home Remedies

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - March 29, 2021

Warts are often harmless painless growths on the skin caused by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). They can grow on different parts of the body.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Asthma Inhalers

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - February 1, 2021

Asthma is an inflammatory condition which causes temporary obstruction of airflow to the lungs thereby causing difficulty in breathing.

COVID Sadness: The New Seasonal Depression?

by Skye Sherman - January 25, 2021

We’ve added many new words to our collective dictionaries just in the past year. This time last year, terms like social distancing were not commonplace and wearing a mask was reserved mostly for healthcare workers.

How to Take Erectile Dysfunction Drugs for Best Results

by Dr. Bolanle Aina - December 14, 2020

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the most common sexual dysfunction in men. ED is defined as consistent inability to obtain and or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.

10 Best Virtual Tours: How to Travel the World Without Leaving Home

by Skye Sherman - May 11, 2020

Summer may be around the corner but in this day and age, it’s all about staying home and staying safe. People around the world are itching to get out there and explore the world after being quarantined due to COVID-19, but it’s crucial to wait until the time is right. A time to travel and enjoy gathering with others will come again, but for now, we have to make do with what we can.

Can You Trust Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Netflix Series, The Goop Lab?

by Skye Sherman - March 9, 2020

Gwyneth Paltrow recently made waves (again) with the debut of her new Netflix series, The Goop Lab. Ever since the series premiered on January 24, 2020, viewers around the world have been tuning in to watch Gwyneth and her team at Goop tackle controversial topics and experimental treatments such as psychedelics...

Knitting Your New Year’s Resolution: Is Knitting Good For Your Health?

by Skye Sherman - January 6, 2020

Over the years, all kinds of activities have been presented as packed with potential health and mental wellness benefits: Sudoku puzzles, meditation, coloring books, and more. But what about knitting? This longstanding favorite pastime -- usually taken up in earnest by grandmothers and the crafty types -- is known to be relaxing and productive, but what else does it do for you?

Talking Points: Down Syndrome Is Just An Extra Chromosome

by Skye Sherman - October 7, 2019

Did you know that October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month? If you’re not fortunate enough to already have a person with Down Syndrome in your life, now is as good a time as ever to get out there and make some friends. You may be surprised by what you’ve been missing out on all this time: the reality is that people with Down Syndrome are just like you.

Is Depression Changing in 2019? Here’s What You Need to Know

by Sky Sherman - March 18, 2019

By now, it’s common knowledge that lifestyle changes such as diet, sleep, exercise, and the like can help to stave off depression. Britney Spears depression has helped bring the disease to the forefront. Britney Spears mental health is a hot topic and it helps get the conversation started in our everyday life.

Dying to Survive: How A Canadian Pharmacy Could Resolve the Search for Illegal Cancer Drugs

by Skye Sherman - July 23, 2018

It’s not often that a Chinese movie dealing with social issues and criticizing the status quo is released, much less that such a movie becomes a smash hit in the box office. And it’s even less common for such an occurrence to spark policy change and legal reform.

Cialis Goes Generic, ED Meds Cost Less

by CANPharmaWorld - May 11, 2018

New packaging of Tadalafil is now in stock: * Auro-Tadalafil 20mg (by Aurobindo, available in 4 tablets by 2 strips x 2 tablets) * Mylan-Tadalafil 5 mg (by Mylan, available in 28 tablets per pack, new design look) * Mylan-Tadalafil 10 mg (by Mylan, available in 4 tablets per pack, new design look) * Tadacip 20 mg (by Cipla, per pack from 4 changed to 10 tablets)

The Cold, Hard Stats About Fertility Drugs in the U.S.

by Colleen Stinchcombe - December 18, 2017

If you’ve been trying to get pregnant for a year or more without success, particularly if you’re over 35, your doctor may suggest you explore infertility treatments. Infertility is surprisingly common in the United States. Twelve percent of women ages 15-44 experience trouble getting or staying pregnant according to the CDC. And twelve percent of women will pursue infertility services in order to try to become pregnant.

5 Scientifically Proven Remedies for Treating Stomach Ulcer

by Arslan Butt - November 27, 2017

Suffering from a burning sensation in your abdomen especially after you’ve eaten? Or perhaps you’re experiencing acid reflux and nausea? It could be that you’re suffering from a stomach ulcer.

Asthma Comes with A Specific Health Advantage—And Researchers Want to Know Why

by Bradley van Paridon - November 6, 2017

A diagnosis of asthma is not normally cause for celebration. But according to the latest research, it seems that the root cause of this disease may actually offer some protective measures against a deadly condition known as sepsis.

Generic Viagra Availability

by CANPharmaWorld - August 1, 2017

We are proudly to serve different versions of generic Viagra from world wide, including Canada (by Pharmaris, Mint, Jamp, Apotex, Mylan, Vancphama), UK (by Dr. Reddys, Milpharm), and India (by Cipla). Other alternative names are Suhagra, Silagra.

While the above article is based on thorough research, we do not claim to offer a substitute for medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider. The article was written for information and educational purposes only. We aim to provide helpful information to our readers, but cannot provide a treatment, diagnosis, or consultation of any sort, and we are in no way indicating that any particular drug is safe or appropriate for you and your individual needs. To receive professional medical attention, you must see a doctor.