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    Wave Goodbye to Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    by Skye Sherman - May 22, 2019

    If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome or are wondering whether IBS may be a diagnosis in your future, then this article is required reading to help you navigate the muddy waters of this uncomfortable disease. In this article, we’ll tackle everything you need to know about IBS and IBS-D.

    Stressing About Sexual Dysfunction? You Can Get the NEW Tadalafil Prescription Online?!

    by Skye Sherman - April 8, 2019

    Sexual dysfunction is a stressful diagnosis, but it’s not an uncommon one. Many people around the world suffer from sexual dysfunction in one form or another, both women and men. Fortunately, there are some treatment options available so your diagnosis does not have to be a permanent one.

    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.

    A Solution for Migraines: Have You Tried Triptans?

    by Skye Sherman - February 18, 2019

    According to Insider, over 38 million Americans are affected by migraines. However, there are a few different ways that sufferers can work to treat or combat their migraines, including prescription medications, over the counter pain relief options, and even lifestyle modifications where applicable. The key in most cases is to act quick once you feel a migraine coming on.

    Got Gout? A User-Friendly Guide to Your New Best Friend, Colchicine

    by Skye Sherman - September 24, 2018

    If you’ve never heard of Colchicine, consider yourself lucky. It likely means that you don’t suffer from gout, a painful type of arthritis that is characterized by pain, redness, and tenderness in the joints. Colchicine, the generic equivalent of Colcrys, is a common drug used to treat gout symptoms.

    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.

    Is Travel the Best Antidepressant Therapy?

    by Skye Sherman - July 16, 2018

    As unfortunate as it is, depression is a very common illness in people around the world, especially in the United States of America. In the modern society of today, it is harder than ever to remain upbeat and stress-free when there is so much bad news and an unlimited supply of things to worry about. Bouts of depression can come and go, and this illness can prey on even the most unsuspecting of people.

    Could New Generic Levitra Be the Low-Cost Solution to ED?

    by Skye Sherman - June 11, 2018

    If you or a loved one struggle with erectile dysfunction, you are likely acutely aware of how expensive drugs like Cialis, Viagra, and Levitra can be. It’s no fun to shell out your hard earned money on prescription medications that are necessary for your health and wellness. That’s why generic drug equivalents appeal to so many people. They offer the same benefits at a fraction of the cost. Now, patients will have access to a drug called Vardenafil, which is generic Levitra!

    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)

    What Is "Forest Bathing" and Can It Really Benefit Your Health?

    by Cody MacInnis - May 7, 2018

    Close your eyes and imagine yourself in a Japanese forest gently walking down a well-kept path between tall green spruce trees. As two yellow birds playfully chirp on an overhead branch you inhale deeply, taking in the fresh forest air into your lungs and exhaling all of your worries away.

    Two New Approaches To The Growing Alzheimer’s Disease Problem

    by Bradley van Paridon - March 27, 2018

    Alzheimer’s disease is one of the leading causes of dementia in North America and health officials estimate that the number of cases will rise dramatically in the coming years. This chronic disease affects the cognitive functioning of patients, which causes a cascading effect of stress and suffering, not only for the patient, but also for their caregivers and family members.

    What's the Best Way to Alleviate Migraine Pain? Experts Weigh in

    by Kristine Cannon - March 12, 2018

    Seemingly everyone suffers from headaches, but how do you know when you’ve crossed into migraine territory? For 39 million Americans and one billion people worldwide, migraine attacks include nausea and vomiting, dizziness, an acute, throbbing headache, sensitivity to light, smell or touch and even distorted vision — symptoms that are far from a headache one could alleviate with an ibuprofen or two.

    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.

    5 Mental Illnesses That People Constantly Misunderstand

    by Richard C. - June 19, 2017

    The subject of mental illness has been on a real journey in the last decade. It was not so long ago that when one heard the words ‘mental illness’, one would picture straightjackets and caricature visions of distressed people with wide eyes and wild hair, running barefoot down the street - ‘crazy’ people, for the want of a better word.

    Which Anticoagulant Medication is Right for You?

    by Carissa Andrews - May 23, 2017

    For a healthy individual, typical coagulation of the blood is a total win. If you hurt yourself, the clotting of the blood allows a wound to scab over, and triggers the healing process to begin. However, there are circumstances where the coagulation can cause serious side-effects, and even death.

    Your Immune System… Friend… or Foe?

    by Katie R. - May 15, 2017

    Most of us think of an immune system as a working collection of organs and cells that help fight against evil germs that can hurt us. It is an invisible blanket of comfort that protects us and keeps us safe. But what exactly does our immune system do and how does it work? Our immune system is a collection of cells and organs that protect the body. The most important cells of protection are white blood cells. White blood cells search for, and destroy germs and other disease causing organisms.

    Top 7 Breakthroughs for Diabetes 2 in 2016

    by Carissa Andews - October 24, 2016

    Most of us are well aware of diabetes, but unless you live with the chronic illness the ramifications can be hard to imagine. With World Diabetes Day just around the corner on November 14th, it’s a good time for all of us to get a better understanding. Our bodies are miraculous things; working incessantly to keep us alive and maintain everything in balance.

    Antidepressants Plus: 6 Surprising Ways to Fight Depression Alongside Medicine

    by Richard C. - October 17, 2016

    We’re lucky to live in an era where depression is not only better understood medically, but also better understood by the general public. Once depression (and mental illness in general) was a taboo subject, poorly diagnosed and treated; now people are more willing to open up about their depression, and thanks to advances in pharmaceuticals and new medical practices, it’s becoming easier to diagnose and treat.