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August 03, 2019
College Students & Allergies

Feeling as though there are too many things to think about as you plan your transition from high school senior to a college freshman? Here’s something else to consider: How will you handle your allergies and asthma in your new environment? “Many college freshmen have never been in charge of their health care before and […]

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February 13, 2019
[INFOGRAPHIC] The Nurse’s Responsibility in Clinical Pharmacology

As science progresses, the world is seeing a number of promising developments in the field of clinical pharmacology. But that doesn’t mean there are still things that hinder the development of new drugs. One of those issues is the delay in new treatments coming to market. Further, Doctors of Nursing Practice should diligently keep up […]

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Online Canadian Pharmacy
June 25, 2018 Closed

What the Closure of Means for Your Medication Needs Much has happened in the pharmaceutical world lately. One of the biggest Canadian online pharmacies,, has been ordered shut down by July 13th, 2018. The situation has left many customers wondering how they will continue to fill their medication needs going forward. At […]

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Rising Drug Costs Infographic
February 15, 2018
[INFOGRAPHIC] The Cost of Medicine Continues to Climb

The cost of US healthcare, and prescription medications in particular, have been on the rise. At we wanted to look into the actual numbers to see what those increases actually look like. Unfortunately, we have confirmed that over the last few years the cost of purchasing medicine has soared! We constantly review research published […]

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April 24, 2014
Changes to Medicare Part D Proposed… and then Scrapped

Millions of Americans rely on Medicare Part D to help them pay for important medications. But recently, changes to Medicare Part D were proposed that left many concerned for patients’ best interests.   What Is Medicare Part D? Medicare Part D is an optional prescription drug program that went into effect in 2006. The plan […]

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