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How to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death globally. That is how deadly and treacherous a heart disease can be. It can strike anyone especially older adults. But heart attacks will most likely occur in people who have high blood cholesterol, high bl...

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Choosing the Right Pharmacy

There are lots of pharmacies in the world. There are even several pharmacies that exist in your local community. So, it begs the question, how do you choose the right one? Choosing the right pharmacy is an easy thing to do. You can always choose the ...

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Simple Tips for Diabetes Management in the Elderly

Diabetes is a common illness associated with aging that can lead to certain health complications, such as kidney failure, eye damage, skin conditions, hearing impairment, and more. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over 120 million ...

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Things You Should Ask Your Pharmacist

Medications can be tricky business. However, that is what your pharmacist is here for. You can consider them as a valuable source of information regarding your medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter. Here are some of the questions to a...

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Preventing Dosing Errors at Home

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pointed out that each year thousands of children are treated in emergency departments after finding and ingesting medicine, or after accidentally given the wrong dosage. This is why researchers are provi...

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3 Ways to Help Your Child Take Medicine

As a reflection of their basic biology, children’s taste buds are more sensitive to bitter-tasting medicine, and swallowing tablets can also be difficult for them. Children have well-developed sensory systems for detecting tastes and smells as well...

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