Rosacea: Topical Treatments and Oral Medications

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What Is Rosacea? Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. It often begins with a tendency to blush or flush more easily than other people. The first sign may be intermittent redness or blushing. Bumps, tiny pus-filled pimples and enlarged… Continue Reading…

Can’t Use Your Credit Card When Shopping Online for Meds at a Canadian Pharmacy Service? Here’s WHY.

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As many Americans who want to use a Canadian online pharmacy are starting to realize, you may not be able to use your Visa or MasterCard when purchasing medications from a Canadian pharmacy service, leaving you with limited options and a limited ability to… Continue Reading…

N95 Vs. KN95 Vs. Surgical Masks Vs. Cloth Masks

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With the global outbreak of COVID-19, surgical masks, respirators and other epidemic prevention equipment are in short supply. As we all know, the N95 mask is the most recommended model among COVID-19 ‘s protective masks. So what is difference between… Continue Reading…

Managing Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms with Prescription Parsitan®

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Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting dopamine-producing neurons in the brain.   The Parkinson’s Foundation believes that nearly one million people in the United States will be living with Parkinson’s disease by the year 2020.  This is more… Continue Reading…

Multiple Sclerosis – “What is it? & Living with the Diagnosis”

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What Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is as a Disease Process? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system). With MS, the immune system attacks the protective sheath (myelin) that covers nerve fibers… Continue Reading…

Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease and For Yourself as Caregiver

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If there is one truth about knowing and caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, it is that it is difficult.  Watching someone you know and love change can be heartbreaking.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association more than 16 million people… Continue Reading…

Do I Need a Pulse Oximeter at Home to Track COVID-19 Symptoms?

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As we continue to deal with the evolving COVID-19 situation, medical recommendations are constantly changing.  Generally, when oxygen saturation levels drop below 90%, people feel like they are struggling to breathe. COVID pneumonia, however, does not seem to severely affect… Continue Reading…

Generic Treatment For Post-Acute Coronary Syndrome Management Is Available NOW!

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Did you know that generic Brilinta (ticagrelor) is now available from Cheapomeds.com? This affordable generic prescription medication is a popular treatment available for post-acute coronary syndrome management, and now American patients can order it as well as the brand name… Continue Reading…

Face shields are an excellent option for COVID-19 as well as face masks

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The COVID-19 pandemic arrived swiftly and found many countries unprepared. The supply chain for medical masks is concentrated in China and with the origin of the outbreak occurring there, it has resulted in factory closures and critical shortages. Medical face… Continue Reading…

Mask Shortage Problem

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, our world has seen supply shortages of many items. Even though most of these items are now being replenished and restocked on shelves, there still seems to be a shortage of masks. As more health concerns… Continue Reading…