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Women's Health

Common Autoimmune Diseases in Women

Autoimmune diseases make up the third most common type of disease in the United States after cancer and heart disease. Autoimmune diseases affect almost 10% of the population, and 78% of those affected by autoimmune diseases are women.

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Prescription Savings

Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Drug Discount Cards

With drug prices increasing each year, drug discount cards are a convenient way to save on prescription medications. Whether you are insured or uninsured, you can take advantage of a drug discount card. Continue reading to learn more about drug discount cards and commonly asked questions regarding drug discount cards.

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Men's Health

The Importance of Prostate Health

Increasing awareness about men’s health involves educating men about prostate health. Around 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point in their lives.

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Health Tips

What is Seasonal Depression and Can it be Treated with Medication?

Seasonal depression, otherwise known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a type of depression that can develop during certain times of the year.

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Prescription Savings

What’s the Difference Between Drug Coupons and Prescription Savings Cards?

You may be on your way to pick up your next prescription or refill that you’ve been needing to treat your condition. The main thing on your mind? How much it is going to cost and whether you will be able to afford it. After all, prescription drug prices are increasing every year.

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Prescription Savings

How to Transfer Prescriptions to Another Pharmacy

Whether you’ve moved to a new city, discovered lower prices, or simply decided you want to change pharmacies, it’s important to be aware of how to transfer prescriptions to another pharmacy. With so many options available these days, no one can blame you for finding a pharmacy that suits your needs.

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Diabetes

What are the Differences in the Types of Diabetes

There are two primary types of diabetes: type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Both types of diabetes are chronic conditions that affect the body’s ability to effectively store and use glucose, or sugar, for energy. When the body’s cells are unable to properly use glucose, too much glucose can remain in the blood and increase the risk of complications.

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Prescription Savings

How to Determine if My Medication is Eligible for a Prescription Discount

Paying for prescription drugs can be difficult, especially if you don’t have insurance coverage. Even if you do have prescription coverage, there are still many ways to save on prescription drugs. Many people with or without insurance coverage are usually eligible for a prescription discount. However, there are some caveats to consider.

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Prescription Savings

The Cost of Insulin: What Determines the Cost and How to Save

Government regulation on drug prices has been heavily debated across the healthcare atmosphere. Drug prices seem to be reaching new heights every year. And, insulin prices are no exception. Before rebates or discounts, insulin costs make up approximately $48 billion, or 20 percent, of the direct costs for treating diabetes. Based on current trends, gross insulin costs are projected to reach $121 billion by 2024.

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Health Tips

Kidney Disease and High Blood Pressure: How are They Related

Your kidneys and blood vessels work in tandem. Together with the blood vessels and circulatory system, the kidneys filter out toxins and deliver essential nutrients throughout the body. When the blood vessels become damaged, the kidneys are unable to do their job properly. This is why high blood pressure is one of the leading causes of kidney disease and kidney failure. Continue reading to learn more about how kidney disease and high blood pressure are related.

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