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  1. Maintain a safe distance from other people.
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  3. Wash your hands as often as possible.
  4. Cover your nose and mouth if you need to cough.
  5. Stay at home unless it is necessary for you to do an important errand.
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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Regular Blood Pressure and Glucose Checks

People are mostly busy with their jobs and other errands that they forget to pay attention to their health. According to various studies, hypertension is common among patients with diabetes. Diabetes and high blood pressure put people at a...

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Buy Your Medications at a Trusted Pharmacy

Your medications are vital in aiding your recovery and achieving optimal health after experiencing health conditions. A personal relationship with your healthcare provider or pharmacist is essential for drug adherence. It is also advisable to...

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Can CBD Oil Help In Easing Symptoms of Dementia?

With the legalization of medicinal cannabis in recent times, experts' attention has been riveted to the study of how cannabis compounds can help in the treatment of certain diseases. One of these compounds is cannabidiol, which you can purchase...

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The Different Types of Vaccines

Now that vaccinations against COVID-19 are in full swing in the country, people are becoming more curious about vaccines and their perceived benefits against the coronavirus. Of course, your neighborhood pharmacy is the best place to gain...

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Symptoms of Diabetes and How to Manage It at Home

Diabetes is a silent killer—you wouldn’t know that your blood sugar levels are high unless it’s out of control. Usually, people with diabetes often experience the three Ps: polydipsia (increased thirst), polyuria (frequent urination), and...

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Pharmacists’ Role in Improving Medication Adherence

A patient is considered adherent to their medication if they take at least 80% of their medicines in accordance with the prescribed dosage, time, frequency, and direction of their physician. Non-adherence to medication is rampant among...

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