The Good News About What’s in Your Double Double Coffee
by Skye Sherman - July 19, 2021
Everyone loves their morning cup of joe for different reasons. Coffee provides a perky pick-me-up, a comforting warm beverage to hold as you ease into your day, and a tasty sip to look forward to at the beginning of each new day.
Seasonal Allergies or COVID-19 Symptoms: Spot the Difference
by Dr. Bolanle Aina - May 10, 2021
As we move further into the spring months and allergy season, coincidentally, most parts of the world are swimming in the middle of the 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic and trying to stay afloat.
Pamper Mom This Year With Self-Care Gifts Featuring Superfoods
by Carrie Borzillo - May 3, 2021
To help celebrate all the Super Moms in the world this coming Mother's Day, how about giving them some pampering gifts featuring superfoods.
Six Fun and Silly Ways to Live Longer
by Skye Sherman - April 26, 2021
Everyone wants to live a long and happy life. In the modern era, humans are living longer than they ever have before, but that doesn’t mean it comes easily!
10 Retirement Tips Every Senior in the US Should Know About In 2021
by Skye Sherman - March 15, 2021
Is it time to retire? If you’re advancing in age, over the hill, or hearing talks of retirement around your friends and family.
Canadian Pharmacy World Coupon
by CanPharmaWorld - January 8, 2021
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 Jan to Dec 2022.
Cottagecore Might Do Wonders for Your Wellbeing
by Skye Sherman - November 9, 2020
If you’ve spent any time on Instagram or TikTok since the start of the pandemic (and who hasn’t?), then you’ve probably come across the cottagecore trend -- even if you weren’t aware that’s what you were seeing.
Annual Survey Campaign for Personal Prescription Importation (CPPI)
by CANPharmaWorld - September 24, 2020
It will only take a few minutes and *your feedback is critical*
for helping to share the realities of safe and affordable personal prescription importation with Congressional leaders and other decision makers.
Know the Candidates: How the Next President Could Change Health Care Forever
by Skye Sherman - September 21, 2020
Election seasons are always chaotic and high-stress, but this year probably takes the cake: with a pandemic raging and more political divisiveness than ever.
Important Tips for Traveling During a Pandemic
by Skye Sherman - August 17, 2020
Looking to plan a trip? Travel is an extremely popular pastime, but when the COVID-19 virus hit, taking flight or hitting the road went off the table. For months, in countries around the world, people have faced travel bans, lockdown, quarantine, and many other restrictions. Many people were discouraged even to leave their homes, much less travel for work or pleasure.
Can Restless Legs Syndrome Lower Your Immunity?
by Skye Sherman - August 3, 2020
If you’ve ever felt the all-too-familiar discomfort of needing to move your legs around, especially at night when you’re trying to fall asleep, then you’re probably well aware of the unpleasant sensation that is a sign of Restless Legs Syndrome, or RLS.
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.
Should I Wear a Face Mask to Prevent Coronavirus?
by Skye Sherman - April 20, 2020
Most of us are staying home for the sake of social distancing, but if you’ve been outside your home in recent days or weeks, chances are you’ve seen people wearing masks. But does wearing a face mask really help? Why are people wearing face masks when they leave their homes?
Should You Use the Birth Control App as A Form of Contraception?
by Skye Sherman - February 10, 2020
For many women, popping their daily birth control pill is as much a part of their standard routine as brewing their morning cup of coffee and brushing their teeth. There are a variety of contraceptive methods available, from pills to patches to shots, implanted devices, and more.
2020 Election: What to Expect in the Health Care Industry
by Skye Sherman - November 4, 2019
At times, it feels like politics has nothing and everything to do with our everyday life. Elections, officials, and government drama can feel far away from the day-to-day realities of paying bills, dealing with taxes, and handling health care needs.
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.
Can an Ancient Chinese Fungus Remedy Really Cure Erectile Dysfunction?
by Carissa Andrews - September 30, 2019
Searching for a cure that will provide relief from erectile dysfunction is nothing new. However, ED sufferers around the world are wondering if an ancient cure may be made current again as a remedy for erectile dysfunction
. In this modern age, the ancient treatment is going by a new name: in some places, you’ll hear it referred to as “sexy pavement lichen.”
World’s Best Affordable Summer Family Vacations to Take in 2019
by Skye Sherman - August 12, 2019
Looking to get away? The end of summer is near, but there’s still time to make memories with your family and squeeze in a trip before fall creeps in. Whether you’re taking a dream trip or have a very limited budget to travel this summer, you too can take a vacation with your family!
American’s Insulin Crisis Shows Why Americans Are Saying Yes to Canadian Drug Imports
by Skye Sherman - August 6, 2019
You may have seen the recent headlines: Americans continue to have to cross the border north to Canada in order to secure drugs they need at a price they can afford, including insulin and diabetes drugs.
The 2019 Dementia Research Roundup: All You Need to Know
by Skye Sherman - July 15, 2019
Dementia is a silent killer and a heartbreaking disease, but as time marches on, developments in science and research bring new information to light. The more we know about this condition, the better equipped we are to deal with it when the diagnosis arises--and, hopefully, find a cure once and for all so no one else suffers at the ruthless hand of this terrible illness.
The Truth Behind Long, Strong Lashes: What You Need to Know About Latisse
by Sky Sherman - July 1, 2019
The models on the covers of magazines are known to be retouched, and they have a whole team of makeup and hair artists to make them look as good as they do. But what if you could get movie star lashes on your own, without the help of cosmetic professionals but rather with the help of a doctor?
Using a Canadian Online Pharmacy: The Solution to America's High Prescription Drug Prices?
by Skye Sherman - May 6, 2019
There’s been a lot of talk lately about Canadian pharmacies. With the recent shutdown of CanadaDrugs.com, other sites are emerging as great places to purchase prescription medications through Canada.
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.
What If There’s A Cure to Cancer… You Just Can’t Afford It?
by Skye Sherman - March 4, 2019
Have you ever thought that maybe there’s a cure to cancer, but for whatever reason, it’s not accessible to you? For some people, this is exactly the case. While this sounds like a crazy, out-there conspiracy theory, the truth is that it may not be too far off from reality.
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.
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..
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.
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.
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.
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), otherwise known as Obamacare, I’m still reeling.
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