Heart Problems and Connection to Vision Impairment
People that have cardiovascular disease may be at a higher risk of developing certain types of eye problems. Read about can heart problems affect your eyes. Read More >>
Determining Between Allergies and Covid-19
In today's world, with every sneeze, cough or tickle in the throat, many people wonder: Do I have COVID-19? Read more about allergies to understand about Covid. Read More >>
Signs to Catch Breast Cancer Early
If the texture of the skin on your breast starts to change, it can be a sign of breast cancer. In some cases, breast skin can start to feel bumpy. Read More >>
What Exactly Happens with a Bacterial Infection
A bacterial infection occurs when bacteria enter the body, increase in number, and cause a reaction in the body. Bacteria can infect any area of the body. Read More >>
Foods that Promote High Cholesterol
Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance found in your blood. There are two main types: good cholesterol and bad cholesterol. What foods cause high cholesterol? Read More >>
The Feeling of an Asthma Attack
Asthma is caused by underlying inflammation of the bronchial tubes (airways). This can lead to constriction that may make it feel harder to breathe. Read More >>
Disposing of Expired Medication Responsibly
Expired medication is considered hazardous waste. Don't flush drugs down the toilet or sink. Learn how you can dispose of drugs without harming the environment. Read More >>
Ways to Remember Taking Your Medication
Forgetting to take a dose of medication happens to the best of us. Heck, it can even happen with drugs you’ve been on for years. Here are some recommendations. Read More >>
Importance of Blood Glucose Monitoring
Blood sugar monitoring can help you evaluate if you're on track to accomplish your glucose goals and avoid long-term diabetic issues. Learn more from experts. Read More >>
Negative Effects of Social Media on Mental Health
While many of us love using social media to keep connected, excessive usage can have negative consequences for our mental health. Here are the signs! Read More >>
How to Know When Ozempic Pen is Empty
Ozempic pen is a device that is pre-filled with medication and makes it simpler for you to give yourself the weekly injections. Read More >>
Does Ozempic Need to be Refrigerated?
Ozempic (semaglutide) should stay refrigerated until the first time you use it. It is best to keep it in the refrigerator (between 36°F to 46°F or 2°C to 8°C). Read More >>
What Happens if You Take Too Much Ozempic?
If you take too much Ozempic, call your healthcare provider or local Poison Control Center, or seek emergency medical attention right away. Read More >>
Milder Menopause: How to Apply Premarin Cream Externally
Menopause can be a tough time for women, and because of dryness and irritation. Applying Premarin cream effectively can reduce those symptoms. Read More >>
What is Premarin Cream Used For?
Menopause results in a lot of unpleasantness for women, with dryness and irritation too. Premarin cream can reduce those symptoms effectively. Read More >>
What are Some Tips for Living Successfully with Arthritis?
The pain and stiffness of arthritis can be can a constant issue for people, and finding ways to decrease it can go along with tips for dealing with arthritis. Read More >>
Why is Abilify So Expensive?
Abilify is not among the most expensive Rx drugs in America, but anyone who has difficulty affording it can use the generic version or use a Savings Card Read More >>
What are The Signs and Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes?
Beginning to manage blood sugar levels as soon as possible for new diabetics, so here are signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes. Read More >>
Recognizing and Understanding Hypothyroidism Symptoms
An underactive thyroid can lead you to notice visible changes to your health. Knowing signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism is recommended. Read More >>
How to Care for Someone with Memory Loss
Alzheimer’s and Dementia are only two of the mental health disorders that can result in memory loss. There are other, and Rx medications can slow the decline. Read More >>