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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases characterized by higher than normal pressure inside of the eye. This increased pressure causes a gradual loss of sight, which is one of the first symptoms patients will have. Open-angle glaucoma is most common type of glaucoma.
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.
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.
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.
Migraines are a serious public health concern in the United States, especially in women. In 2016, migraines accounted for 4 million emergency department (ED) visits. Headaches were the third most common reason for ED visits in females aged 15 to 64.
February is American Heart Month and a good time to start incorporating heart care into your self-care habits and routines. Learn what you can do to help keep your heart healthy and prevent heart disease.
Functional Medicine identifies the root cause of conditions by understanding the biochemical imbalance of a patient. Conventional Medicine is based on a science that evaluates the human body, its disorders, and applies proven medical treatments to combat patient ailments. But which one is right for you?
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DISCOUNT ONLY - NOT INSURANCE. Discounts are available exclusively through participating pharmacies. The range of the discounts will vary depending on the type of prescription and the pharmacy chosen. This program does not make payments directly to pharmacies. Members are required to pay for all prescription purchases. Cannot be used in conjunction with insurance. You may contact customer care anytime with questions or concerns, to cancel your registration, or to obtain further information. This program is administered by Medical Security Card Company, LLC, Tucson, AZ.
*Average and up to savings percentages are based on all discounted prescriptions that were run through the WellRx program in 2020. Discount percentages represent savings provided off of pharmacies’ retail prices for consumers who do not have a discount program and pay cash.
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