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6 Ways to Deal with Asthma and Allergies

So many people around the world struggle with asthma and allergies that it has become common to brush it off and not seek relief. The severity and specific triggers vary by individual but it is important to take preventative measures and get over-the-counter medications if needed to help deal with asthma and allergies.

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Allergy Medications: Knowing Your Options

If you live with diabetes, insulin is necessary to maintain your blood sugar levels. However, with prices of almost everything, including medication, on the rise insulin can be extremely expensive. It is important to not ration or limit your insulin intake in order to save on the cost of medication. Here are some helpful tips for safely saving on insulin for diabetes.

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Everything to Know About Flu Shot Incentives

With the ever changing variants and protocols surrounding COVID-19, it is easy to forget that influenza is still prevalent this time of year. While protecting yourself from COVID-19 is important, it is equally important to get your flu shot. Some pharmacies are offering flu shot incentives to encourage you to get your flu shot.

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Finding Treatment for Anxiety and Depression

Mental health has become a more prevalent topic of conversation in recent years. Many Americans struggle with mental health, often going undiagnosed or untreated. Anxiety and depression are just two of many common mental health disorders that plague our society. Here, we’ve put together a helpful guide for finding treatment for anxiety and depression.

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Treating Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women

Sexual dysfunction is common among men and women. However, treating sexual dysfunction in men and women can vary quite a bit. We’ve put together a resource for treatment options for all.

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How to Manage Obesity in Adults

The majority of American adults are either overweight or obese. Losing a lot of weight quickly can be difficult for many people, but obesity in adults is best managed by losing weight gradually. Read on to learn more about how to manage obesity in adults.

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What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Testing

Getting tested for COVID-19 is as important as it is common these days. Knowing when and where to get tested is the first step in being prepared. We’ve put together a guide on what to know about COVID-19 testing.

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Coping with Skin Conditions During the Winter

Winter weather can wreak havoc on many things, including your skin. The arid, cold air can lead to dry, cracked skin. It can make things especially worse if you suffer from preexisting skin conditions. Read on for tips on coping with skin conditions during the winter.

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How to Switch from Brand to Generic Drugs

Most brand-name medications have a generic alternative. These generic alternatives have the same chemical makeup as the brand-name counterparts, but are often offered at a lower cost. If you are looking to save on your prescription costs, or just keep your options open, switching to generic drugs might be a viable option for you. Learn how to switch from brand to generic drugs below.

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How to Treat High Blood Pressure

Around half of adults in the United States have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Characterized by too much pressure or force of the blood pushing against the blood vessels, high blood pressure can develop into a long-term condition. This condition is often considered a “silent killer” because symptoms can often go unnoticed until it’s too late. If left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to complications and serious problems like heart attack, stroke, and heart failure.

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