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Compound Medication

What are Poison Ivy Rashes, and How can Compounding Help?

For the last two years, we've been stuck inside our houses. Not able to go outside or do things that we want. But that has ended. Restrictions are lifting, and we can now go outdoor and enjoy nature. People are...

Everything You Need to Know About Keeping Your Brain Sharp as You Age

It's no secret that our minds change as we age. We may find that it takes longer to learn new things or that recalling memories becomes more difficult. This can be frustrating, but fortunately, there are ways to keep our...

Brand Name Drugs vs Generic Name Drugs: What’s the Difference?

When you go to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription, you might be surprised at the price difference between brand name drugs and generic name drugs. Generic drugs are often much cheaper than their branded counterparts, but many people...

Everything You Need to Know About Parkinson’s Disease: What Is It, Stages, and Progression

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive neurological disorder. It is characterized by the presence of Lewy bodies in the brain. As Parkinson’s disease progresses, these Lewy bodies accumulate and damage nerve cells, which leads to problems with movement, coordination,...

Can You Take Multiple Allergy Medications at the Same Time?

For millions of people, spring is marked by sneezing, itchy eyes, and a runny nose. Even though this seasonal aggravation isn't life-threatening, allergies can make normal activities more difficult and cause you to stay indoors during nice weather. Many allergy...

How to Split Pills Safely: Everything You Need to Know

If you're like most people, you probably don't enjoy taking pills. They can be difficult to swallow, and sometimes they don't seem to work the way they're supposed to. But what if you had a way to make taking pills...

Should You Get Compounding Medications for Menopause?

Compounding medications may be something you are not aware of when it comes to menopause medication. Please read on for more information. Almost every woman goes through menopause during her lifetime. When one reaches menopause, they will cease to have...

What You Need to Know About Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Our bodies use omega-3 fatty acids for many purposes, such as creating new cells and producing energy. This type of fat is polyunsaturated, which means it has a chemical structure that makes it liquid at room temperature, which means that...

What are the Differences Between Tablets and Capsules?

Both capsules and tablets are oral pills, but they differ in several important ways. Some consumers may prefer one form over the other based upon these differences. Prices may differ between capsules and tablets. Be sure to consult with your...

How to Handle and Overcome Pharmacophobia

Are you afraid of taking medicine? There is a phobia called pharmacophobia caused by an irrational fear of ingesting medications in that situation. In addition to palpitations and panic attacks, patients who have pharmacophobia also experience racing heart rates, trembling,...

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