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    Can You Lower Your Medical Costs by Taking a Cruise?

    by Skye Sherman - December 10, 2018

    Cruises are exploding in popularity due to their ease of access, accessible price points, virtually unlimited amenities, and increasing coverage areas. This form of travel appeals to many people who would like to pay one base price for an entire vacation and then not have to plan another thing until their trip home.

    No Scripts, Cheap Viagra: Knowing You Can Trust An Online Canadian Pharmacy

    by Richard Copper - September 10, 2018

    In the world of online Canadian pharmacies, low-prices and big promises can be extremely tempting, but if you’re not careful, you can be left out of pocket and at risk. We break down the ways you can stay safe when using online Canadian pharmacies, how to spot fake pharmacies, and why you and your family can always trust Canadian Pharmacy World with your medication needs.

    Canadian Pharmacy World Coupon

    by CanPharmaWorld - August 9, 2018

    Canadian Pharmacy Coupon book is here, and we’ve got a list of all the savings in one place! The online pharmacy deals are valid from August to Dec 2018.

    Canada Drugs Closing! Order Your Meds Safely from Canadian Pharmacy World

    by CANPharmaWorld - July 18, 2018

    Finding a reliable online pharmacy you can trust isn’t always easy, so if your favorite online pharmacy closes it can be a bit of a blow. Especially when prescription prices continue to rise and finding ways to make them more affordable are limited. The recent news of CanadaDrugs.com closing has left customers looking for a new reliable, experienced online pharmacy..

    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.

    New Generic Sildenafil: What Does It Mean for You?

    by Carissa Andrews - June 25, 2018

    As of right now, most men who suffer from ED have to go to their doctor to determine the underlying cause—then get a prescription to help them maintain an erection during intercourse. This can be a daunting, and even humiliating endeavor for some men, which is why many will forego the trip all together.

    10 Healthiest Destinations to Visit This Summer 2018

    by Skye Sherman - May 21, 2018

    Looking to travel but don’t want it to interfere with your health and fitness goals?

    Traveling to intrinsically healthy spots around the world may be the perfect solution. You’re free to explore, soak up the local culture, and try cuisine that is native to the area, but you won’t have to worry about gaining weight or heading home unhealthy.

    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.

    Can You Really Save by Buying Viagra, Cialis, & Levitra from a Canadian Pharmacy?

    by Carissa Andrews - April 16, 2018

    Americans pay more for their healthcare costs than nearly every industrialized nation in the world. The Trump administration has its eyes set on lowering prescription drug prices, according to its 2019 budget blueprint, but none of the proposals within the blueprint are solid enough to get at the price.

    ADHD Doesn't Have to Run Your Life - Start Managing it Today

    by Colleen Stinchcombe - April 2, 2018

    Hyperactivity. An inability to focus. Not being able to sit still. These are the symptoms most commonly associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. It’s characterized by inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsivity, but symptoms vary from person to person.

    Tables Are Turning: 2018 International Women's Day

    by Carissa Andrews - March 7, 2018

    Not since the early 1900’s, when women were crying out for the right to vote, has the power and voice of women been as evident as it is right now. While the United States didn’t see a woman president come to power, we have seen women leading the resistance against all forms of discrimination, including sexual assault, harassment, and inequality in all its forms. The Women’s March in 2017 was one of the largest peaceful protest in the world with a whopping three million men and women turning out worldwide to join in.

    What to Know About Skipping Placebo Birth Control

    by Colleen Stinchcombe - February 5, 2018

    The average woman is 12-13 years old when she has her first period. Beyond bleeding, periods often bring a host of other symptoms such as abdominal cramping, bloating, food cravings, headaches, fatigue, moodiness and acne. More than 30 percent of women have period pain severe enough that they consider missing out on activities, work and social events.

    What New-to-Arizona Movers Should Know about Valley Fever

    by Colleen Stinchcombe - October 30, 2017

    Arizona is a stunning state, but not one without it’s risk factors. You’ve probably heard about the cactus, rattlesnakes, and the possibility of overheating in the desert – but you may not have heard about a fungal infection prominent in the Phoenix area called Valley fever. Killing more than 3,000 people since 1990 and infecting more than 150,000 a year, Valley fever is a public health crisis every Arizonan should know about.

    6 Household Chores with Mental and Physical Benefits

    by Arslan Butt - October 23, 2017

    A recent study about physical activity, which involved people from 17 countries drew up the conclusion that performing household chores (doing chores around the house) provides the same benefits as working out and running, particularly when it comes to extending your life and lowering the risk of many heart diseases.

    Hurricane Relief Efforts from Canadian Pharmacy World

    by CANPharmaWorld - September 8, 2017

    Hurricane Harvey has caused catastrophic flooding and damage in Texas and along the Gulf Coast and now it’s the devastation that Hurricane Irma is causing. Canadian Pharmacy World is raising funds for the Hurricane Relief Efforts.

    How to Order Prescriptions Drugs Online - Canadian Pharmacy World Animated Video

    by CANPharmaWorld - July 24, 2017

    This animated video explains how to find the low cost for your prescription medications online. Call 1.866.485.7979 or order online, CanadianPharmacyWorld.com provides greater access to affordable brand name and generic medicines.

    Rising Drug Prices In America And The Benefits Of Legalizing Importation

    by CANPharmaworld - April 10, 2017

    Have you noticed that medications have eaten up a bigger part of your paycheck over the last few years? You’re not alone. Prescription prices have been skyrocketing for decades — and there’s little sign that they’re slowing down. In the 1990s medications were just 7% of all healthcare expenses. By 2013, that shot up to 15.3%. It increased even more, to 16.7%, in 2015.

    Drug Competition, the Patent Game, and Generic Cialis

    by Carissa Andrew - March 6, 2017

    Affordable drugs are something of a misnomer here in the United States. Everyone touts the desire to drive prices down, yet we’re paying more for our medications than virtually everyone else in the modern world.

    Brace Yourself Vancouver – Another Snowfall

    by Naz - February 3, 2017

    Most of Metro Vancouver woke up to 3 to 5 cm of snow this morning. The weather is "snowjoke", is our first snow on February 2017.

    Is Affordable Importation of Prescription Drugs from Canada Being Derailed?

    by Carissa Andrews - January 19, 2017

    Healthcare rights are precarious here in the United States right now, I’m not gonna lie. A week after House Republicans began the procedure to completely dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA)[1], otherwise known as Obamacare, I’m still reeling.

    January 2017: What Will Trumpcare Entail?

    by Carissa Andrews - January 12, 2017

    With just a few short days before Donald Trump becomes the next President of the United States, all eyes are on what he’ll do first. Congress is already addressing these concerns, as Speaker of the House Paul Ryan promises to repeal Obamacare (also known as the Affordable Care Act) within the first 100 days Trump is in office.

    Powerful BC Storms Hitting Fraser Valley

    by Naz - October 14, 2016

    Warning for Saturday #BCStorm via CBCNews: Storm 2 is in full swing - Over 50,000 customers without power as 2nd storm hits southern B.C. BCStorm outages in Lower Mainland now topping 50,000. Enter your home address on BCHydro's page to find the outages. Be prepared to getting an emergency kit, food, water, flashlights, some extra medications for the severe weather.

    Prescription Drug Prices is an Uphill battle for Presidential Candidates

    by Ainsley Smith - October 11, 2016

    With the 2016 presidential election just a little over a month away, the skyrocketing price of prescription drugs has emerged as one of the major healthcare issues of voters. And even though the leading presidential candidates see eye to eye on very little, it just so happens that the subject of rising prescription prices is something they both agree on.

    American Pharmaceutical Price Gouging is About to End

    by Carissa Andrews - September 26, 2016

    From an American’s perspective, the revelations of incredible price hikes for Mylan’s EpiPen or Turing Pharmaceutical’s Daraprim is hardly surprising. There are plenty of people who are shocked about the blatant price gouging happening on the backs of sick patients, though. As someone who has always...

    The Most Embarrassing Men’s Health Problems

    by Richard Copper - September 15, 2016

    Also known as impotence, erectile dysfunction (ED) is basically the inability to get or maintain an erection. As you can imagine, it’s pretty important for men to be able to get it up, not just for the obvious sexual and genealogical reasons, but not being able to get aroused can make a man feel less masculine.