Prescription Drugs, Your Health & Wellness

Allergy Treatment 2024

Treatment Options for Allergies

There are several types of allergies. Environmental factors such as pollen or pet dander and food allergies are the most common types, but there are many treatment options available.

Chronic Diarrhea

Management of Chronic Diarrhea

If you’re having to plan your day around rushing to the bathroom, you may wonder what options you have for the management of your chronic diarrhea.

Newborn Screenings

Newborn Screening and Routine Childhood Tests

Having a baby can be an exciting and overwhelming time in your life. Learn more about tests that are recommended and performed at birth and throughout childhood.

Ny Resolutions

Have You Already Given Up on Your New Year’s Resolution?

If you’re one of many people in the world who had every intention of committing to their New Year’s resolution but have found yourself abandoning your resolution far sooner than expected, you are not alone. Here are some strategies to help you get back on track.

Cholesterol 2024

Which Cholesterol Medication Is Right for Me?

Nearly 40% of U.S. adults have high cholesterol. Many different medications can treat high cholesterol, so how do you know which one is right for you?

IBS 2024

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Diagnosis and Treatment

Irritable bowel syndrome is extremely common. It can be painful and inconvenient but there are ways to manage your symptoms.

Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation and How it is Treated

Atrial fibrillation is one of the most common types of heart arrhythmias treated in the United States. So what exactly is atrial fibrillation and how is it treated?


The Significant Role Your Hormones Play in Your Mood

Most people have a general understanding that your hormones can impact your mood. However, what may not be widely understood is the level at which your hormones impact your mood and mental health.

Metabolic Syndrome

Do I Have Metabolic Disease? (And What to Do About it)

When our metabolism is compromised, metabolic diseases and metabolic syndrome can develop and may result in serious health consequences.


GLP-1 Therapy

There has been a lot of news lately about a group of treatments for diabetes and obesity called glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists (GLP-1 therapy). These relatively new treatments are widely advertised, especially for their use as a weight loss medicine. But what are GLP-1s and how do the medications compare?

Types Of Thyroid Problems

Types of Thyroid Disease and Their Treatment

If your thyroid gland is on the fritz, it can make you feel sluggish, make your hair fall out, keep you from being able to lose weight and cause your skin to be dry.

Long Term Covid Effects

Long-Term Effects of COVID-19: What We Know

An estimated 700,000 people in the U.S. have COVID-19 symptoms that have persisted beyond three weeks. So what do we know about the long-term effects of COVID-19?

Prostate Health 1123

4 Common Prostate Conditions

Several common conditions can affect the prostate gland. Benign prostatic hypertrophy, prostatitis, and prostate cancer are the three most common conditions.

Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

Having a baby can be one of the most challenging and rewarding times for mothers. For some women, changes in mood and functioning can be significant and can last for months.


Are You Pre-Menopausal?

If you are a woman over the age of 40, you may be experiencing premenopausal symptoms. Learn more about the hormonal and biological changes that may occur.

Alz Disease

Reducing Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

The terms “dementia” and “Alzheimer's disease” are used quite frequently and oftentimes interchangeably, but there are differences. Learn more about reducing your risk and treatment options.

Overactive Bladder

Overactive Bladder and Treatment Options

Overactive bladder is a common medical problem and can have a significant impact on quality of life. Learn more about treatment options.

Insomnia Treatment Options

Options for Insomnia Treatment

Daytime consequences of insomnia include fatigue, decreased energy, difficulty concentrating, irritability, lost work productivity, and sometimes accidents. Learn about treatment options for insomnia.

Omega 3 And Depression

Can Omega-3 Fatty Acids Actually Improve Your Depression? What the Research Says

Depression isn’t a one-size-fits-all diagnosis. Rather, there are many different types of depression. Research shows a direct correlation between Omega 3 levels and mental health.

Emotional Animals

The Mental Health Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

There are many different ways to treat mental illness, and emotional support animals are a possible intervention. Learn more about the proven benefits of emotional support animals.

3 Years Post Pandemic

3 Years Post-Pandemic: What We’ve Learned

Reflecting back to 2020 may conjure memories of toilet paper and bottled water shortages, lockdowns, and immediate changes to our daily routines. Three years later, what have we learned?

Annual Exam

What to Expect at an Annual Exam

Whether you’re 20 or 80, you may wonder what to expect or how to prepare for your annual exam. Knowing what to expect will help you prepare.

Adhd Exercise

The Benefits of Exercise in Treating ADHD

New research sheds light on the benefits of exercise in treating ADHD and other mental health disorders.

Prostate Health

All About Prostate Health

Finding potential problems early is the best way to approach prostate health. Monitoring symptoms and discussing your concerns with your doctor is one of the most important steps to take.

Allergy Dangers

The Hidden Risk for Allergy Sufferers

If you are one of the many people struggling with allergies, you are not alone. But did you know allergies can contribute to other disorders such as depression?


Restless Leg Syndrome

Researchers estimate that roughly 10% of the population in the United States has Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS).


Gabapentin: The Facts

Gabapentin is used to treat a variety of medical problems, including restless leg syndrome, seizure disorders, and more. Learn more about gabapentin, what it is used to treat, how it works, and potential side effects.

Nerve Pain

Nerve Pain: Causes and Treatment Options

Among the millions of U.S. adults who experience pain, it is estimated an astounding 30-40% experience nerve pain.

Phentermine Weight Loss

The Facts About Phentermine and Weight Loss

As a society, we are constantly bombarded with the latest weight loss trends, all claiming to help us lose weight and keep it off. Learn the fact about Phentermine and weight loss.

Gut Health

Is Your Gut Making You Sick?

If your gut health is awry, your overall health may suffer in other ways too. Learn more about if your gut is making you sick and how to improve your gut health.

Child Vitamins

Should My Child Take a Multivitamin?

We are all looking for ways to ensure that our children are healthy. So how do you know if your child needs a multivitamin?

Heart Walking

Walking and Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the United States. The good news is that you can take steps to ward off heart disease, one of the most effective being walking.

Chronic Pregnancy

Chronic Health Conditions and Pregnancy

If you have chronic health conditions, such as advanced age, high blood pressure, or diabetes, you may wonder if you can have a healthy pregnancy.

Snacky Bloodsugar

How To Optimize Blood Sugar

When it comes to balancing blood sugar, balancing your meals and snacks is the first step.

Remote Snacks

Snacking Healthy While Working Remotely

It’s safe to say that many people are now permanently working remotely. Snacking while working in close proximity to the kitchen can pose difficulties, but it doesn’t have to.

Good Sleep

4 Signs You Are Not Getting Good Sleep

Getting good sleep is essential for your health and quality of life. Research suggests that 33% of adults in the United States do not get enough sleep regularly.

Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is in February

National eating disorders week is in February, making it a great time to raise awareness. If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, please seek immediate care.

Osteoarthritis Osteopenia

Osteopenia and Osteoporosis - Differences, Causes, Preventative Measures, and Treatment

Osteopenia affects around 34 million Americans and osteoporosis about 54 million in the U.S. Learn more about these conditions.

Tooth Grinding Sleep

Do You Grind Your Teeth?

Are you having headaches in your temples? Is your jaw sore and tired when you wake up in the mornings? You might be clenching your jaw or grinding your teeth at night.

Adhd Or Anxiety

Do I Have ADHD or Anxiety? What You Need to Know

Anxiety and ADHD are common mental health disorders that impact many people in the United States. While they are distinct, overlapping symptoms may make diagnosing difficult.

SAD 2023

Are You SAD? Signs You Are Experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you find yourself feeling low energy, a lack of motivation, or poor concentration during a specific time of the year, you may be experiencing seasonal affective disorder or SAD.

Omega 3S 2023

Omega-3s: The Difference Between EPA, DHA, and ALA

Many people don't know the difference between the various omega-3 fatty acids, what foods are good sources of each, and how these different omega-3s may impact health and well-being.

Facial Tics

My Child Experiences Facial Tics: Is It Tourette’s Syndrome?

If your child is experiencing facial tics, it can be concerning. Learn more more about facial tics and how to know if it is Tourette’s syndrome or not.

Best Acne Treatment

The Best Way to Get Rid of Acne

While acne is less common as people age, up to 25% of women and 12% of men in their 40s still report trouble with acne. So what's the best way to get rid of acne?

Diabetes 1 2

What’s the Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

Both type I and type II diabetes cause you to have abnormal blood sugar (aka blood glucose), but the two are separate diseases.

Walking Heart Disease

Walking and Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the United States. The good news is that you can take steps to ward off heart disease, one of the most effective being walking.


What You Need to Know About Mpox (Monkeypox)

The Mpox (monkeypox) virus is related to the smallpox virus. Early human cases of Mpox in Africa occurred mostly in children and young adults who had not been vaccinated against smallpox.

Carbs And Diabetes

Net Carbs and Diabetes, What You Need to Know

If you or someone you know has diabetes, there can be some confusion around how to eat carbohydrates, so they are beneficial and what "net carbs" are. Read on to learn more about net carbs and what you need to know with diabetes.

Kidney Stones

13 Things to Know About Dealing with Kidney Stones

About 11% of men and 9% of women in the United States have had at least one kidney stone. So what do roller coasters have to do with kidney stone treatment?

Sugar Effects

Sugar and Your Body: Not a Sweet Deal

The holidays are just around the corner, and, for many people, that means more desserts, candy, sweetened drinks, and party food. Studies show that sugar does more harm than good to the human body.

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PTSD Symptoms and Treatment

It may surprise you to learn women experience PTSD twice as often as men (8% vs. 4%), and up to 50% of children develop PTSD after natural disasters.

Adhd Awareness

October Is ADHD Awareness Month

Even though ADHD is common, it may be underdiagnosed and is often misunderstood. During October, ADHD organizations seek to educate the public about this disorder.

Alzheimers Treatment

Alzheimer's Disease — Medications and Other Therapies are Improving Quality of Life

Most of us have misplaced our keys or forgotten what we went into another room for. Losing things or being forgetful happens to everyone. But what is normal aging brain function vs. Alzheimer’s disease?

A Fib Awareness Month

September Is Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month

An estimated six million Americans have a heart condition called atrial fibrillation (Afib). What is afib, who gets it, and what are some afib treatment options?

Fasting Covid

Can Fasting Reduce the Severity of COVID-19?

Fasting has been shown to boost health in many ways, but can it help guard against severe infection if you catch the COVID-19 virus? Research from recent studies may surprise you.

Sickle Cell Awareness

September Is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month

September is a National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. Sickle Cell is the United States’ most common inherited blood disease. About 100,000 people suffer from Sickle Cell Disease, and up to three million Americans carry the gene for the disease.


Reasons You Might Have Hiccups and How to Treat Them

The late Charles Osborn holds the Guinness World Record for hiccups. In 1922 Osborn began to hiccup and continued to do so for the next 68 years. Learn more about causes and treatment for hiccups.

Dairy Allergies

Allergic to Dairy? Use this Guide

If you or someone you love has a dairy allergy, don't worry — use this guide for helpful tips on how to get enough calcium day-to-day using non-dairy sources.

Active Men Protein

How Much Protein Do Active Men Need?

Protein is the most common macronutrient considered when discussing physical activity. But how much protein do active men need and how can they increase their protein intake?

Diabetes Low Carb

Type II Diabetes and Low Carb Food Finds

Type II diabetes occurs when the body cannot make enough insulin to combat the sugar or carbohydrates consumed. Try these low-carb food finds to help manage blood sugar for people with type II diabetes.

Psoriasis Awareness

August is Psoriasis Action Month

Despite many celebrities sharing their stories, psoriasis is frequently misunderstood by the public. More than 8 million Americans and 125 million people worldwide are living with psoriasis.

Control Sugar Reduce Cholesterol

Reducing Sugar to Control your Triglycerides and Cholesterol Levels

High cholesterol has traditionally been associated with total fat intake, but recent research shows that the culprit behind elevated cholesterol and triglycerides may be sugar.

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July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month. It serves to remind us of the estimated 300,000 U.S. children and families affected by juvenile arthritis.

Vitamin C Vs Retinol

Reversing Age Spots with Vitamin C and Retinol

Your skin is continuously exposed to the environment, particularly the sun. Learn how vitamin C and retinol can help reverse the damage caused by the sun.

Benefits Of Yoga

Health Benefits of Yoga: Fact and Fiction

Over the years, yoga has gained traction and popularity as a type of movement, or exercise. Numerous studies have been completed that prove the benefits of yoga for the mind and body.

Managing Cholesterol

Keeping Your Cholesterol Under Control

Cholesterol gives cells flexibility and structure. Too much of a good thing can be bad, and high cholesterol can combine with other substances in the blood and can increase your risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Nettles Tea

Bromelain and Stinging Nettle for Seasonal Allergies

If you don't want to rely on over-the-counter medication for seasonal allergies, natural alternatives like bromelain and stinging nettle may help.

Long Haul Covid

What You Should Know about Long-Haul Covid

What causes long-haul Covid in one person may not be what causes it in another. Research is ongoing, but what is certain is between 10 and 30% of people who get a COVID-19 infection will end up with long-haul Covid.

Heart Disease Fiber

Heart Disease and Fiber: Foods to Eat to Increase Your Fiber

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Consuming enough fiber helps to reduce the risk of heart disease as it helps to pull low-density lipoprotein (LDL) out of the arteries.

How To Deal With Nausea

How to Deal with Nausea

Nausea can come from something you ate, motion sickness or vertigo, and even from strong feelings, like anxiety. All these sources of nausea are very different, but often occur together. Knowing what causes your nausea helps you choose the best, most effective way to treat it.

Men Exercise All Ages

3 Reasons Why Men Need Cardio at All Ages

Establishing an exercise routine from a young age will allow you to begin reaping the benefits and continue to feel these benefits throughout your entire life.

PCOS (1)

How Do You Treat Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Do Dietary Changes Work?

Between 4 to 10% of women of reproductive age have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), making it one of the most common metabolic and reproductive disorders for women in this age group.

Addisons Disease

What Is Addison's Disease and How Is an Adrenal Crisis Treated?

Addison's disease, sometimes called adrenal insufficiency, is a condition in which the adrenal glands don't make enough cortisol and can be tough to diagnose. Symptoms often develop so slowly that you barely notice the change.

Red Meat Heart Disease

Red Meat and Heart Disease

A 2021 study looking at the diet of more than 1.4 million people over 30 years found that those who ate more red meat had a higher incidence of heart disease. What does this research mean for you, your diet, and your heart health?

Quit Coffee

How to Quit Coffee

Coffee consumption in 2021 was estimated at 167.26 million 60 kg bags, translating to over 5 billion gallons of coffee consumed globally. However, coffee can be addicting due to caffeine, making it hard for some to stop drinking.

Als Awareness Month

May Is ALS Awareness Month

May is ALS awareness month. Even though he had just been diagnosed with ALS, a disease commonly called Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Gehrig was grateful for a great career and a fully led life.

Anxiety And Blood Sugar

The Secret Link Between Blood Sugar and Anxiety

A healthy balanced diet is not only needed for a healthy body but also for a healthy mind. Recent studies suggest a link between blood sugar levels and the impact on a person’s mood and even the development of anxiety symptoms.


What’s the Hype About Turmeric?

Turmeric has been around for millennia, but it has recently gathered attention with its reported medicinal properties. Should you consider adding it to your healthy diet regimen?

High Cost Stress

Is the Cost of Living Causing You Stress? Here’s What You Can Do

There is no denying that the cost of living has increased, and millions of people are experiencing the stress related to inflation. You can take steps to help relieve stress associated with the rising cost of living.

Hair Loss

Hair Loss and Treatment Options

If you have noticeable hair loss, you join an estimated 50 million men and 30 million women in the U.S. Learn more about hair loss and treatment options, including finding the lowest-priced medications.

April Alcohol Month

April Is Alcohol Awareness Month: What That Means to You

Alcohol can contribute to physical and mental health problems, with more than 15 million people in the U.S. developing alcohol use disorder. Over 80,000 people have an alcohol-related death every year.


How a Gratitude Journal Can Support Your Mental Health

Almost 53 million people reported a mental illness in 2020. Keeping a gratitude journal has been scientifically proven to help improve your mood and overall mental health when done consistently.

Vitamin B Foods

Need More B Vitamins in Your Diet? Try These Foods

Are you getting enough B vitamins in your diet? Luckily you can find them in a wide variety of foods.

Diarrhea Treatment

Home Treatments for Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a common issue with many possible causes and can affect anyone. Fortunately, you can reduce your symptoms of diarrhea with low-cost, over-the-counter medications.

Senior Weight Bearing

Why You Should Consider Incorporating Strength Training into Your Exercise Routine

To maximize the benefits of physical exercise, it is vital to incorporate strength training.

Messy House Health

Does a Messy Home Really Impact Your Health? Here’s What the Research Says

The food you eat, the amount of exercise you engage in, and even the cleanliness of your home impact your overall health.

Sneaky Sugar

7 Sneaky Sources of Added Sugar

You may have heard of simple and complex carbohydrates, but figuring out what sugars are in your food can be anything but simple.


10 Ways to Treat and Prevent Mask Acne

Wearing a mask is a great way to protect yourself from the coronavirus. However, wearing one every day can lead to skin breakouts.

Covid Antivirals

What You Should Know About the New Oral Antivirals For COVID-19

The recent authorization of two oral antiviral medications, Paxlovid and Lagevrio, proves that the nation is still fighting COVID-19. These medications may have a significant impact in helping prevent hospitalization due to severe COVID-19.

Burnout Prevention

5 Tips to Prevent Burnout and Cope When You Can’t Cope

What does burnout mean, and how can you know if you’re really “burned out?” More importantly, how can you prevent burnout from affecting your health?

Cbd For Anxiety

Can CBD Help with Anxiety?

Growing numbers of people claim that cannabidiol (CBD) alleviates anxiety and reduces stress. But what’s the evidence, and how might CBD help?


5 Things That Will Ruin a Good Night Sleep

Prioritizing sleep and ensuring that you get enough can help increase your overall wellness. The importance of sleep in our health and quality of life is often overlooked.

Dry Eyes

Dry Eyes: How to Treat and When to See a Doctor

Our eyes produce tears to keep them moisturized and clear out any irritants. Dry eye can be a chronic or acute problem. Learn when to seek medical care.

Covid Booster

Do You Need a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

COVID-19 booster shots have been approved for people at risk of developing severe disease symptoms. Find out if you are in one of the recommended groups.

Resistant Hypertension

Lowering Resistant Blood Pressure Through Exercise and Diet

High blood pressure is considered "resistant" when a patient is taking 3 blood pressure medications at the highest dose and one of those is a diuretic, yet your blood pressure is still above the goal.

Best Flu Shot Time

The Best Time to Get a Flu Shot This Year

The CDC has advised that “getting a flu vaccine is the best protection against flu and its serious complications, and getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best protection against COVID-19.”


What to know about Semglee

Diabetes is a chronic health condition affecting more than 34 million people in the U.S. Semglee is a new once-daily injection to treat diabetes.

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October Is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month

The emergence of COVID, social isolation and quarantine, and social and political divides has contributed to the increase of stress for many of us. In observance of National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, we'll explore the impact of mental illness and ways to get help.


Getting Psoriasis Under Control

More than 8 million Americans struggle with psoriasis. Learn the symptoms, how to keep them under control, and how to improve your quality of life.


Fall and Seasonal Affective Disorder: What You Need to Know

Research shows that 10 million people in the U.S. experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). You can take steps to manage symptoms of SAD and help is available.

Brain Health

How to Take Care of Your Mental Health

When was the last time you thought about tending to your mental health? Learn some easy ways to give your mental health the care it deserves.

Covid Kids School

The Impact of COVID and Quarantine on School-Age Children: What You Need to Know

COVID-19 has impacted the daily routines for many of us. Emerging research shows that the pandemic and subsequent quarantine has had an impact on school-age children, too.


High or Low Blood Sugar: Recognizing the Signs and How to Manage

Having blood sugar that’s too high or low, a common issue for diabetic patients is a problem many are unfamiliar with. Learn to recognize the warning signs and understand what to do.

Pandemic Depression

Best Practices for Dealing with Pandemic-Related Depression

If you or someone you care about are having difficulty with pandemic-related depression, anxiety, or stress, you should know that you’re not alone. You can take steps to deal with pandemic-related mental health symptoms.

Sinusinfection Or Allergy

Is It a Sinus Infection or a Cold?

A runny, stuffy nose, headache, sore throat, and cough can be some of the symptoms you may experience with a cold. These symptoms may also be present with sinus infections.

News Overload

6 Tips to Cope with News Overload

Have you been suffering from news overload? Information overload can cause fatigue, anxiety, and problems with decision-making. Luckily, you can take these simple steps to control your exposure.

Covid Delta

What You Need to Know About the COVID-19 Delta Variant

As of August 2021, more than 200 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide, with more than 4 million deaths, and the Delta variant has become the dominant strain in the U.S.

Ntl Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity: How to Keep Your Family Healthy This Fall

Obesity is a widespread health problem in the U.S., affecting many children as well as adults. Childhood obesity increases the risk of many health conditions and medical problems.

Dont Eat This

What to Eat (and Not Eat) If You’re Pre-Diabetic

Many people with prediabetes will be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes within 10 years. Fortunately, diet and lifestyle changes can greatly reduce your chances of developing diabetes.

Seasonal Changes

5 Ways to Minimize Seasonal Stress

Seasonal changes can be stressful on your body and mind. Fortunately, you can take steps to minimize seasonal stress, which may help you more easily adapt to the changing seasons.

Healthy Immune

Avoid Illness by Keeping Your Immune System in Top Shape

Whether you’re trying to protect yourself from COVID-19 or the common cold, it’s vital to maintain a fully functioning immune system to avoid getting sick.

Seasonal Allergies 2021

5 Tips for Keeping Your Seasonal Allergies in Check

When there’s pollen in the air, a stuffy nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes are not far behind. These five tips can help you keep your allergic suffering to a minimum.

Lower Triglycerides

5 Ways to Lower Triglycerides

Just like high blood pressure and high cholesterol, high triglycerides increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Fortunately, making certain lifestyle changes may help you lower your triglycerides as well as your risk of heart disease.

Tylenol Ibuprofen

Is It Safe to Take Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen Together?

You can safely take acetaminophen and ibuprofen together. Before you do, though, you should be aware of the correct dosage for each.

Mental Balance

How to Find More Emotional Balance in Your Life

It’s not always easy to find emotional balance, especially when leading a busy life full of responsibilities. Learn some helpful tips and ideas about how you can find more emotional balance in your life.

New Osteoporosis

Evenity: A New Treatment for Osteoporosis

There's a new medication for the treatment of Osteoporosis. Learn more about how Evenity builds new bone, helping to reduce the risk of a spinal fracture.

Diabetes Truth

Blood Sugar and Your Health: The Shocking Truth

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and managing your weight can help keep your blood glucose at a healthy level, helping prevent diabetes and its complications.


What You Need to Know About Lisinopril

Lisinopril is used to treat high blood pressure, which can help prevent strokes, heart attacks, and kidney problems. Learn more about lisinopril.

5 Most Nutritious Foods

The 5 Most Nutritious Foods on the Planet

While there is a lot of debate about what constitutes a healthy diet, you can improve your health by following a few simple rules.

Return To Covid

How to Cope with the Return to “Normal”

While we may have long wished for a return to the pre-pandemic “normal,” many of us are experiencing increased stress and anxiety that can be challenging.

Alcohol Trends (1)

The Surprising New Alcohol Trend

The alcohol industry is a billion-dollar industry, and the surprising new trend in alcohol use may change the landscape of the alcohol industry.

Vitamin D3 Dosage

Cholecalciferol Vitamin D3 Dosage

Many doctors and nutritionists argue that vitamin D is the single MOST important vitamin to supplement. Here are just some of the benefits of "the sunshine vitamin."

ACE Inhibitors

ACE Inhibitors: What They Are and How They Work

ACE inhibitors are a class of medication used to treat high blood pressure, heart failure, and other cardiovascular conditions. While beneficial for many cardiovascular conditions, some contraindications to the medication exist.

Nexplanon Vs Mirena

Comparing the Nexplanon Implant and the Mirena IUD

When it comes to birth control, you can choose from many options that provide the same benefit. Learn the differences between the Nexplanon Implant and the Mirena IUD.

Mh Awareness

Mental Health Awareness

At ScriptSave WellRx, we recognize mental health is a priority, and we want to help everyone realize that it’s OK to not be OK.


Collagen: Separating Fact from Fiction

With many Americans now taking inventory of their health and longevity, supplements such as collagen are receiving more and more attention.

Stroke Awareness Mo

Recognizing American Stroke Awareness Month

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that an American dies of a stroke every four minutes.

Seasonal Depression

Surprising Mental Health Disorders that Peak During the Spring

It is not uncommon for certain mental health disorders to peak during various parts of the year. For many, a change in seasons can cause a decline in their mental health and mood.

Self Care

Developing a Self-Care Ritual

Making time to take care of yourself is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health and well-being, yet many neglect self-care on a regular basis

Pandemic Moms

Postpartum Moms in a Post-Pandemic World

Women who were pregnant during COVID and gave birth during the pandemic experienced significant challenges and stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anxious Child

Helping Your Child Manage Anxiety

If your child seems to struggle with excessive worry or has an anxiety disorder, it can be hard to help them remain calm, stay focused, and engage in day-to-day life.

Social Isolation

Coping with Social Isolation

Research has shown that social isolation can be detrimental to your physical and mental health. Learn how you can stay connected and cope with social isolation, even during the most challenging of times.

Medications Cause Bad Sleep

7 Medications to Avoid For Better Sleep

If you're struggling to flip the switch at night, consider your medicine cabinet. Some medications shouldn't be taken at night because they can make it hard to fall or difficult to stay asleep.

Covid Long Haul

Breaking Down Post-Acute COVID Syndrome

As the world endures its second year bearing the weight of a global pandemic, the medical community is benefitting from new research about the phenomenon of persistent COVID-19 symptoms, known as long COVID or long-haul COVID.

Add Years To Life

Add a Decade to Your Life With These Healthy Habits

If you’re wondering how you can live a longer, healthier life, take a look at the following healthy habits. Some are very easy to adopt, and research shows they can add as much as a decade to your life.

Asthma Inhalers Expire

Does Albuterol Expire? What You Need to Know

Everyone needs a basic understanding of prescription medications, including asthma inhalers. Things like dosage and expiration dates remain essential to ensure proper and effective medication usage.

Depression Meds

What to Know When Considering Medication for Anxiety and Depression

You may be considering a medication to help with your symptoms, but it can be daunting to take the first step. Learn more in our health news.

Natl Nutrition Month

5 Easy Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Nutrition

March marks National Nutrition Month. Proper nutrition remains important, not only for our physical health, but for our mental health, memory, and ability to comprehend. Here are five easy things you can do to improve your nutrition.

Ms Month

When to Suspect MS

An MS (multiple sclerosis) diagnosis can elude patients and their clinicians for a long time before finally being uncovered. MS Awareness Week is March 7-13. Consider the telltale signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis, as well as some of its lesser-known presentations.

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting: What You Need to Know

Intermittent fasting (IF), despite it being around for hundreds of years, is gaining more attention in the weight loss and medical world today.

American Heart Month

7 Surprising and Simple Ways to Improve Heart Health

February is American Heart Month. American Heart Month aims to spread awareness through education and advocacy on how to maintain a healthy heart, reduce your risk for heart disease, and live a healthy lifestyle.

Blood Pressure Boosters

6 Notorious Blood Pressure Boosters

Nearly half of all adults in the United States currently have high blood pressure (hypertension), and it is the leading cause of preventable death globally. Read on to learn more about some common blood pressure boosters.

Heart Healthy Dinner

What the Heart Wants (for Dinner)

Celebrate love this Valentine’s Day by showing your heart some love, too. Here’s what your heart would eat for dinner if this hard-working romance machine could set the menu.

Healthy Wine

Can Alcohol Be Part of a Healthy Lifestyle?

Numerous studies support the idea that alcohol can be part of a healthy lifestyle, and drinking wine in moderation is one of the “Power 9” habits shared by people who live in Blue Zones—parts of the world where people regularly live longer, healthier lives.

Dental Heart Link

The Link Between Dental Health and Heart Health

It may seem like your dental health and cardiovascular health are completely separate. However, research has shown that people with oral health issues have a higher risk of heart problems.

Heart Mind Connection

How Your Mind Can Impact Your Heart

February is American Heart Month. One key aspect of heart health may be your state of mind, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). Learn more about the mind-heart-body connection.

Blue Zones

The Power 9: Healthy Habits from Blue Zone Inhabitants

If you’re looking for the secret to a longer, healthier life, you may not have to look any farther than Blue Zones.

Healthy Morning

6 Tips for a Healthy Morning Routine

No matter how you structure your morning routine, the important thing is to create one that works for you.

Pandemic Lessons

Fast Forward: 9 Months into a Pandemic and What We’ve Learned

The emergence of COVID-19 has caused us to change the way we live our lives each day; some of these changes temporary, and some permanent.

Realistic Goals

How to Set Realistic Resolutions After a Pandemic

With the start of a new year come new feelings of hope and encouragement. Consider the following when setting and working toward your 2021 resolutions to help increase your odds of success.

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Kicking Off New Year’s Resolutions the Right Way

Whatever your goals are for 2021, certain factors can increase your chances of success.


Are All Thyroxines the Same?

If you’ve been diagnosed with hypothyroidism or suspect you have an underactive thyroid, you will most likely need to take a medication known as levothyroxine. But are all thyroxines the same?

Vitamin D

Do You Need Vitamin D? And What’s the Difference Between D2 and D3?

Vitamin D deficiency has been shown to increase the risk for osteoporosis and bone fracture as well as muscle weakness. If you are confused as to what type of vitamin D is best, you are not alone.

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3 Rules for Healthy Eating

Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the best things you can do for your overall health and your immune function. But with all the conflicting dietary advice available, how do you know what’s truly healthy?

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6 Ways to Prevent Dementia

Healthy habits such as exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet, and controlling your weight are good for your physical health. They’re also good for your brain.

Immune Boosting

4 Ways to Boost Your Immune System

COVID-19 rates are continuing to rise throughout the country, and with vaccine distribution just beginning, it’s more important than ever to take good care of your immune system.

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Grief During the Holidays

If you consider the impact 2020 has had on us, it is easy to see that grief may look and feel a bit different this holiday season. Grief has many causes, and many people may find it difficult to cope with their grief this holiday season.

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How Going Virtual Has Contributed to Body Dysmorphia

COVID-19 and the subsequent self-quarantine and social isolation can increase the symptoms of Body Dysmorphia Disorder.

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Foods That Can Support Your Mental Health

While it may be tempting to turn to comfort foods during periods of depression or anxiety, eating a diet high in beneficial nutrients has been linked to better mental well-being.

Get Happy

The Simple, Free, and Easy Way to Improve Your Mental Health

With everything that is happening in the world today, it is no wonder that people are struggling with their mental health.


An Overview of Pancreatic Cancer

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, you likely have a lot of questions. Learning some basics about pancreatic cancer can give you a better understanding of what to expect from treatment.

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COVID-19 and Suicide Risk Factors

As we head into the holidays and COVID-19 rates steadily rise in many parts of the country, it’s important to be aware of suicide risk factors.

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The Secret to Surviving the Holidays During a Pandemic

The holidays are another area of our lives that have been impacted by COVID-19. If you are stressing over how to handle your holiday plans during this pandemic, you are not alone.

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4 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Regardless of your age or the severity of any risk factors, it's never too late to make healthy changes that can improve your blood sugar levels.

Winter Ready

How to Mentally Prepare for the Cold Months

The cold months are challenging for many people. While we can't stop winter from coming, we do have power over ourselves and how we prepare for and cope with the cold winter months.

Adult ADHD

How Common Is ADHD as an Adult?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is often thought of as a problem for children and teens. However, ADHD also affects many adults.

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5 Signs Your Child May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health

There is no denying that 2020 came through like a hurricane wrecking many things in its path. Adults aren't the only ones experiencing hardships. Children are also finding it difficult to navigate the challenges of modern-day society.


October Marks World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day and increased advocacy for mental health awareness can help lessen the stigma associated with mental health problems.


5 Ways To Avoid Headaches

Headaches are a common ailment that affect nearly everyone from time to time. While some headaches are only mildly annoying, others can be downright debilitating.

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6 Anti-Aging Foods That Will Keep You Looking Your Best

Eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables is one of the best ways to keep your skin looking vibrant and prevent the appearance of visible signs of aging.

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Non-COVID-19 Wintertime Viruses

Most common wintertime viruses cause mild upper and lower respiratory illnesses that are self-limited, so people with healthy immune systems can clear them within a few days or weeks without medical intervention.

Bad Air

The Dangers of Poor Air Quality and How to Protect Yourself

Smoke from the California fires drifted over much of the U.S., affecting the air quality as far away as Washington, D.C. Air pollution is associated with numerous health issues, including heart attacks, worsened asthma symptoms, and an increase in COVID-19 deaths.

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New Guidelines for Reducing Cancer Risk

Research indicates that the risk of cancer can be greatly influenced by lifestyle factors related to body weight, exercise, diet, and alcohol consumption. Learn how you might reduce your risk.


Antivirals Zovirax (acyclovir) vs. Valtrex (valacyclovir)

Although both drugs target the same viruses, there are a few differences between them. Read on for a comparison of the two drugs.


How Good Sleep Lowers Your Risk of Dementia

A lack of sleep can suppress the immune system, negatively impact mood and concentration and lead to serious health problems, like dementia.


How Much Water Should You Drink Every Day?

The standard rule for water intake is to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. But this may not be enough.

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How to Handle a High Medical Bill

Medical care can be expensive, especially if you have had a major illness or injury. Those without insurance coverage often struggle with medical debt. Even those who have insurance may receive a medical bill that they simply cannot afford. What should you do if you are facing a high medical bill? Here are some steps […]

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How to Eat to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Growing evidence indicates that certain dietary habits can increase or decrease a person’s risk of cancer.

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What Medications Are Safe During Pregnancy?

Some medications are usually safe during pregnancy. Always ask your doctor before taking any drugs while pregnant.

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When to See a Doctor for an Ear Infection — and Home Remedies to Try First

Ear infections are painful, however, not every ear infection necessitates an immediate trip to your healthcare provider.


The Latest Research on COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment

The scientific community has been racing to uncover the best prevention practices and to discover new treatments for Covid-19. Here’s the latest…


How a Stretching Routine Can Benefit Your Heart

Any form of physical activity can improve cardiovascular health. One form of physical activity that can deliver surprising cardiovascular benefits is a simple stretching routine.


How Burnout Can Hurt Your Heart and Cause Weight Gain

Burnout is a widespread and serious problem. Research shows burnout may have more serious consequences than previously realized.


Children's Eye Health and Safety Month

In honor of August’s status as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, here is what you need to know about pediatric eye health.


6 Reasons You're Feeling Nauseated

While nausea can definitely be linked to something you ate or to a virus, many causes of nausea may surprise you.


Corticosteroids and Cardiac Risk

While corticosteroids are potentially beneficial for many health issues, it is important to be aware of potential side effects. Among other risks, they can negatively impact the cardiovascular system.

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Recent Advancements in HIV Treatment

Advancements in medicine and the establishment of HIV as a care specialty have made high quality of life with HIV a reality for many.


How to Prevent and Reverse Insulin Resistance

Diabetes is linked to serious health complications, including kidney disease, nerve damage, impaired wound healing, skin conditions, and eye damage. Some long-term complications of diabetes can be life-threatening.


6 Signs That You Could Benefit from Talking to Someone

By Stacy Mosel, LMSW Talking to a counselor or therapist might not sound like your cup of tea, especially if you prefer to handle things on your own or you don’t like talking about or sharing your feelings. But everyone needs a compassionate ear sometimes. When things feel like they’re too much to handle, you […]


4 Common Signs of Nutrient Deficiencies

Many of the symptoms that we associate as a natural part of the aging process—such as higher risk of heart disease and osteoporosis—are often due, at least in part, to poor nutrition.


Prescription Acne Medication: Side Effects to Watch Out For

Many Rx acne medications are available today. Learn which acne medication side effects you need to watch out for.


6 Reasons Teletherapy May Be a Good Fit for You

If you’re interested in counseling but you’re not sure if teletherapy is a good fit for your needs, keep reading to learn why this relatively new and innovative approach of providing mental health care could be the right choice for you.


What Is Fatty Liver Disease?

Fatty liver disease is a relatively common condition that can progress to cirrhosis and liver cancer over time if unaddressed.


What Happens When You Quit Eating Sugar?

Eating too much sugar is associated with insulin resistance, weight gain, high blood pressure, fatty liver disease, accelerated aging, a weakened immune system and more.


Nutritional Needs After Menopause

Eating a healthy diet can not only help improve menopause symptoms but also reduce your risk of disease during menopause and in later years.


Top 4 Health Tips for Men Over 50

A healthy lifestyle can help men over 50 protect their health while also lowering their risk of many common health problems. Follow these tips to stay healthy and energetic as you age.


Why Having a Routine Is Good for Your Health

Research shows that having a consistent, regular routine can benefit both your physical and mental health. That’s especially welcome news now.


How to Store Insulin

Insulin can lose its effectiveness if not stored correctly. Here are some insulin storage tips to keep in mind.


6 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Without a Prescription

Channeling your inner aura may not only improve your outlook on life, it may also help reduce your blood pressure.


Stressed and Tired due to Coronavirus? How to Protect Your Mental Health

Anxiety over coronavirus can manifest in myriad ways. Many people are experiencing symptoms such as insomnia, difficulty concentrating, changes in appetite, and lower energy levels.


How to Support Loved Ones Working the Front Lines During COVID-19

Every shift, our front line and essential workers risk their lives and the lives of their families to help their community and their fellow human beings. These workers face unrelenting and daunting tasks each day and jeopardize their physical, mental, and emotional health.


How Worldwide Shutdowns Affect Drug Shortages and the International Supply Chain

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in numerous ways, including disrupting the supply of some medications.


The 5 Most Common Memorial Day Medical Mishaps (and How to Prepare)

Memorial Day celebrations might look a little different this year as we attempt to integrate festivity and social distancing. However, some aspects of the summer holiday will remain constant.


May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

With the emergence of COVID-19, many people across the country are finding themselves dealing with increased emotional and mental distress.


Sleep-Related Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic

If you are struggling to get a good night’s sleep during the current pandemic, you are not alone. Millions of Americans suffered from insomnia prior to the onset of the pandemic, and the current climate is likely increasing the number of people who are having difficulty sleeping.


Post-Baby Pharmacy Secrets: A Mother’s Day Special

There are little known secrets hidden at your local pharmacy that can help mom’s get post-baby recovered.


What You Need to Know About the April 2020 Zantac Recall

The FDA recalled all ranitidine drugs, including popular heartburn medication Zantac. Here’s what you need to know.


Do I Need a Statin?

Statins represent one of the most commonly prescribed medication categories in the U.S., but do you need to be taking one?


What’s This Pill? How Pill Identifiers Work

Not sure what the stray pill is that you found on the floor? Wondering what was in that old prescription bottle? Use the ScriptSave WellRx pill identifier to quickly and easily identify unknown medications.


Vitamins and Minerals: What to Know Before Taking

One-third of all Americans take dietary supplements including Multivitamins and Minerals, and the use of supplements has been steadily increasing.


How to Improve Your Mental Health During COVID-19

The changes and uncertainty that come with COVID-19 have caused an increase in stress for many people. Stress can negatively impact your life in various ways.


COVID-19 Family Health Activities

Many of us are working from home while also managing our children’s educations, attempting to maintain previous levels of productivity while simultaneously managing our anxieties.


What Pharmacies Are Doing During the Crisis

To support the community during such a vulnerable time, pharmacies have taken measures to ensure that patients get the care they need.


Your Immune System and Eating Habits

If you’re interested in strengthening your immune system, you may need to change your eating habits. Eating lots of fruits and vegetables is essential.


Mental Health — Connecting with Friends and Family During Social Distancing

If you are alone during this time, take advantage of the benefits that technology offers to help you stay connected and to help maintain your mental health.


Free Virtual Conferencing Platforms

With so many of us are either laid off, furloughed, or working from home, here’s a list of free virtual conferencing tools to help you stay connected.


Out of Work and Health Insurance Coverage?

If you lose your employer-based health insurance coverage, you may consider enrolling in a spouse’s or domestic partner’s plan. However, if this is not an option for you, you still have other choices.


Paleo Diet vs. Keto

While they may be similar, the paleo and the keto diets are different in nature. However, each diet can be adapted to meet your needs.


How to Watch Your Weight During a Quarantine

While it may be tempting to abandon good habits until you’re able to leave the house again, maintaining a healthy routine can help bring a sense of normalcy to uncertain times.


What Is Neuropathy and What Causes It?

One of the most commonly experienced forms of neuropathy is peripheral neuropathy, which primarily affects the hands and feet. Learn more.


Generic Viagra or Cialis?

When it comes to medications to treat erectile dysfunction, Viagra and Cialis are the consistent brand leaders. These medications were traditionally only available at extraordinarily high prices.


Getting Prescription Medications During the Coronavirus Crisis

Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19, there are concerns about accessing Rx medications while minimizing Coronavirus exposure. Here’s what you should know.


Prescription Drugs Being Tested to Treat Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Researchers are looking at existing Rx drugs as potential treatments for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


Common Medicines That Dry Out Your Skin

One of the most obnoxious medication side effects is skin dryness. This loss of hydration can cause pesky symptoms such as skin flaking, itching, tightness, or burning. Read on to learn more about which medications can cause skin dryness and how to manage this symptom.


How To Break A Fever

A fever is your body’s natural response to infection. Learn how to safely break a fever at home.


Should You Be Taking Vitamin D?

Chronic deficiency in vitamin D can manifest as certain undesirable symptoms, such as fatigue, muscle soreness, bone pain, and even depression.


Can You Take Ibuprofen with Zoloft? Potential Interactions and Risks

Zoloft can interact with other drugs, including ibuprofen. Learn about the dangers of taking Zoloft and ibuprofen together.


What to Know About Coronavirus

While the number of illnesses and deaths from influenza remains high, there is news that the fast-spreading Wuhan Coronavirus is hitting the U.S.


Can I Fill a Prescription in a Different State?

If you’re away from home and realize you’re going to run out of your prescription, you can get it filled in whatever state you’re in – here’s how.


6 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a serious condition, but it can be treated. Here are 6 ways you can safely lower your blood pressure.


Naproxen vs. Ibuprofen: Which Pain Reliever Should You Choose?

Naproxen (Aleve) and ibuprofen (Advil) are two common over-the-counter pain relievers. Find out the differences between them and which you should choose.


25 Years and $10 Billion in Prescription Savings

More than $10 billion dollars of savings, as the company marks its Silver Anniversary with the release of a brand new module that can assist patients with their grocery choices and find healthier alternatives.


Your Medications and Marijuana

With the growing legalization of marijuana, there’s naturally a lot of buzz around the medical benefits. Emerging research suggests it may be a safer substitute for opioids to treat pain. But what about potential drug interactions?


Patient Education: Fighting Fake News

When it comes to health information on the internet, many patients are no longer sure what to believe. As important, patients often don’t know how to apply what they have read. As a healthcare provider, you have the opportunity to help patients navigate through the vast variety of  online health information.


No Blank Script: Walmart Announces Tighter Controls for Opioid Prescriptions

Walmart issued a press release to announce the pending introduction (within 60 days) of new restrictions on how it will fill prescriptions for opioid medications. These new initiatives will apply to all Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies and pharmacists in the United States and Puerto Rico.


10 Medicine Cabinet Must-Haves

Health mishaps happen. Whether it’s a twisted ankle on the stairs or something as serious as chest pains, having the appropriate medical supplies on hand help you stay prepared.


CVS Supporting Go Red for Women 2018

For many women there are other factors for heart disease and stroke that you can’t control that may not even be on your radar. Your love life, a strong family history, race, and increasing age are all on the list of contributing factors.


Are You Ready for an Emergency?

Ready, a public service campaign designed to educate and empower citizens to prepare for emergencies such as natural and man-made disasters, proclaims September to be National Preparedness Month (NPM). In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, you may be wondering how to go about preparing for such events. This is especially important to consider if you have a chronic disease or condition.


ScriptSave Partners with VUCA Health to Provide Prescription-Specific Videos to ScriptSave® WellRx Members

VUCA Health announced today that ScriptSave, a provider of prescription savings solutions and decision support tools helping close the gaps in prescription coverage, will employ its on-demand medication video library to improve medication information and drive better care outcomes for ScriptSave WellRx members.


February is American Heart Month

February has been designated as American Heart Month to raise awareness about heart disease and how people can prevent it — both at home and in the community. It’s a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health.


What’s In A Name? Brand Name vs. Generic

A brand name medication is the original product developed and researched by the manufacturing drug company. Before a new medication can go on the market, the drug company has to put it through rigorous testing to prove that the drug is effective and safe for human use. This can be a long and expensive process. Some drugs are in testing for years or even decades before getting approved.


Some Quick Tips for Avoiding Holiday Stress

The holidays are a time of good cheer and family gatherings, but they can offer plenty of reasons to be stressed out — the gifts still need wrapping, the office party invites, and maybe the biggest — the family. Don’t let the holidays become something you dread. Taking steps to prevent the stress and depression can prevent problems ahead of the holidays.


The Latest News on Statins

If you’re over 40, your doctor may talk with you about adding a statin to prevent heart disease. Statins (like Crestor, Zocor and Lipitor) are a class of medications that lower cholesterol levels. The US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF), a government-backed group that establishes health recommendations, is now suggesting that statins be used for the primary prevention of heart disease in adults.


Safety Study on Arthritis Drug Celebrex Surprises Heart Doctors

If you struggle with arthritis pain, chances are you’ve tried a variety of anti-inflammatory medications for pain relief. While drugs falling into the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory category (NSAIDs) can help, they often come with gastrointestinal side effects. A major 10-year study has shown that Celebrex (generic name, Celecoxib) may not have the same side effects of […]


ADHD Treatment

There’s no known cure for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a common disorder that often starts in childhood, but is sometimes not diagnosed until adulthood. It is important for parents to remember that ADHD can be successfully managed. There are many treatment options, so parents should work closely with everyone involved in the child’s life—healthcare providers, therapists, teachers, and family members.
For children 6 years of age and older, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends both behavior therapy and medication as good options, preferably both together. For young children (under 6 years of age) with ADHD, behavior therapy is recommended as the first line of treatment, before medication is tried. Good treatment plans will include close monitoring of whether and how much the treatment helps the child’s behavior, and making changes as needed along the way. You can learn more


Finding Trusted Health Information on the Internet

Have you ever found yourself Googling your symptoms when you are sick? A few clicks later and you find yourself absorbing information that correlates with your symptoms and you have convinced yourself that you have this condition and only months to live? I have realized that Googling your symptoms when you are ill is a

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