Medication Blog

Debunking 4 Mental Health Myths

According to various surveys, every 1 in 5 adults in America suffers from a mental health issue. This means that around 51.5 million American citizens have one or more mental illnesses. Moreover, the number of people with mental disabilities keeps increasing everywhere, resulting in a major concern for humanity. Even though things have improved for...
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Possible Causes of Chest Pain

Chest pain can sometimes be a symptom of heart problem, but there are many other possible causes; such as: Pulmonary Hypertension Asthma Collapsed Lungs

9 Common Reasons to Visit a Doctor

Doctors treat your general health throughout your life. Routine visits improve your overall health, helping doctors diagnose serious symptoms of an illness.

Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol

If you have high cholesterol, you’re also at higher risk for heart disease, but the good news is that it’s controllable.

Medication Management for People with Dementia

It has been estimated that over five million Americans have dementia. Many people at risk for dementia, including those aged sixty-five and older, family members of someone with Alzheimer’s Disease, or anyone who shares similar characteristics to someone at high risk for developing the disease, are unaware of its symptoms and how to manage it....
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Tips and Tricks for Accessing Free or Low-cost Healthcare

Most of us are familiar with the health insurance system in America — for some, it works, for others, not so much. Even if you do have insurance, there’s no guarantee that you can afford your medications or receive decent medical attention when you need it. Then some people are underinsured, meaning they have insurance,...
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Understanding Prescription Assistance Programs

If you find yourself needing to take prescription drugs regularly, chances are, they can get pretty expensive. It’s estimated that 44 million Americans don’t have health insurance and an astonishing 38 million lack adequate health care coverage for their medications. That means there are plenty of people who need help paying for their meds. As...
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3 Myths About Inherited Cardiac Diseases

Cardiovascular diseases are one of the leading causes of death worldwide, accounting for more than 17 million deaths each year. Unfortunately, many myths exist about what causes them, which often leads to delayed diagnosis and treatment of these serious conditions. This blog will help you to debunk three myths about inherited cardiac diseases, as well as provide...
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Why Community Health Is Important to Public Health?

Community health and public health go hand in hand. They both have the same goal — protecting people and keeping them healthy. Community health and public health organizations play an important role in achieving this goal because they work with communities and individuals to prevent disease, improve health, promote positive behavior changes, and increase access...
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