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One Year of Isolation: Social Anxiety on the Rise

The idea of normal seems like another galaxy far away after a year of the pandemic. As more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, “normal” begins to creep back into our everyday lives as our schedules start to fill. If going back to your old life filled with people and places seems a little scary, you’re… Continue reading One Year of Isolation: Social Anxiety on the Rise

Air Hand Dryers Can Spread More Germs Than Paper Towels

Entering a clean restroom with a sparkling floor and a pleasant scent is everyone’s wish. However, even spotless washrooms still spread germs. This is because most people regularly overlook the procedure of hand drying. Some of the hand dryers that are often used in washrooms include air dryers and paper dryers. A recent study shows… Continue reading Air Hand Dryers Can Spread More Germs Than Paper Towels

High Blood Pressure in Women Often Written Off as A Menopausal Symptom

When you are thinking about your health issues, it is very important that you have a clear understanding of cause and effect. Of course, it is your doctor’s responsibility to offer a diagnosis and to understand what’s driving your health issues. Where you could potentially get yourself into a quandary is by doing your own… Continue reading High Blood Pressure in Women Often Written Off as A Menopausal Symptom

Deep Vein Thrombosis Medication Recalled

Apotex pharmaceutical company has recalled two batches of Enoxaparin sodium injection, a blood-thinning drug used to treat Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). According to the company, the packs of the drug were recalled due to an error of packaging. The company says that the syringes would have caused inaccurate administration of the dosage due to the… Continue reading Deep Vein Thrombosis Medication Recalled

Don’t Forget: Mail Us Your Rx!

There have always been a lot of very good reasons for buying prescription drugs online. The most important one is, of course, the ability to save a lot of money over other ways of having your prescriptions filled. Convenience is also very important since many busy people do not have time to worry about filling… Continue reading Don’t Forget: Mail Us Your Rx!

How Often Should You Clean Your Earbuds

A Brief History Of Earbuds From as early as the start of the nineteenth century, earbuds have been around as a go-to device for projecting audio output. Earbuds exist in a wide variety taking many forms, from In-Ear Headphones/Monitors, the Classic Earbuds, and the Ear-Hook earbuds. However, before this assortment we enjoy today was available,… Continue reading How Often Should You Clean Your Earbuds

Tips for Managing Depression & Anxiety During The Pandemic

Prior to the news of COVID-19, many people couldn’t have imagined that almost a year of social distancing and quarantine would’ve become the new normal. Due to a sudden unfolding of events, quite a few individuals have been tasked with the job of adjusting to a different way of living. This can be especially hard… Continue reading Tips for Managing Depression & Anxiety During The Pandemic

Where You Live May Determine Which COVID-19 Vaccine You Get

According to the experts, the COVID-19 vaccine you receive is most likely dependent on the area you live in and the medical facility providing the vaccine. The Pfizer vaccine must be stored at colder temperatures than the Moderna. This means the majority of rural areas and smaller facilities will probably be using the Moderna vaccine.… Continue reading Where You Live May Determine Which COVID-19 Vaccine You Get

Why You Need To Drink More Water As You Get Older

The body, if not well taken care of, can be a host to various health problems. That is why hydration is vital as you get older to help regulate body temperature. It also helps prevent you from contracting or suffering from diseases easily. Clean water is a very efficient source of energy for your body.… Continue reading Why You Need To Drink More Water As You Get Older

1 in 5 Coronavirus Infections Are Asymptomatic But Still Contagious

Unless you’re experiencing a cough, trouble breathing, fever or chills, you may think you’re in the clear as far as coronavirus for the time being. Think again– did you know that as many as one in five coronavirus infections are asymptomatic, but still contagious? This means that you can have coronavirus without feeling sick at… Continue reading 1 in 5 Coronavirus Infections Are Asymptomatic But Still Contagious