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Precautions To Take Against Anaphylaxis While Travelling

People who suffer from severe food allergies may believe that they cannot travel because of the risk of coming into contact with these foods. While precautions need to be taken in order to decrease the risk of anaphylaxis, it is not necessary for people with allergies to avoid travel completely. Here are the precautions that… Continue reading →

Robin Williams – Depression’s Silent Clues

The issues of depression and suicide have been in the national spotlight in recent weeks following the recent death of actor Robin Williams. The sudden loss of a talented actor and humanitarian has put attention on problems which are often unrecognized, leaving millions of people throughout the world feeling hopeless. Suicide is among the leading… Continue reading →

Who’s Behind the Smear Campaign Against Pharmacies Like Planet Drugs Direct

Planet Drugs Direct is at the top of the list when it comes to safe, low cost prescription drugs of the highest quality. We are a licensed mail order pharmacy, proud member of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA), and a 5 check rated pharmacy on PharmacyChecker. All orders are reviewed by licensed, experienced pharmacists… Continue reading →

Erectile dysfunction prevalence and incidence in US: A Factsheet

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a rather common condition that a large amount of men must deal with as they age. If you have started to see such a decline in your sexual performance and have noticed the signs of erectile dysfunction, you are probably embarrassed about what is happening to your body and the inability… Continue reading →

Big Pharma Watch: Senate Report Says Opioid Company Mislead Patients and Insurers

Big Pharma is once again in hot water with the U.S. government for its overly aggressive — and possibly illegal — marketing of opioids. The results of a Senate investigation released in early September detail how Arizona-based pharmaceutical company Insys Therapeutics consistently lied and misled insurance companies to increase sales of a painkiller containing the… Continue reading →

A Look At The 10 Most Expensive Disease Treatments in America

With insurance premiums constantly increasing, it's getting harder and harder to fulfill one of life's basic functions: staying alive. And with for-profit pharmaceutical companies looking to line their pockets, it should come as no surprise that healthcare costs are skyrocketing as well. If you are especially unlucky, you may find yourself in a health situation… Continue reading →

Are You Destroying Your Sleep Cycle?

Sleep is one of the most important daily activities humans engage in, but a good night’s sleep can also be an elusive occurrence. Hectic schedules and careless habits can conspire to destroy natural sleep patterns and make getting to sleep, or staying asleep, more difficult. Here are a few actions that can undermine your natural… Continue reading →

Big Pharma: Cashing in on Cancer

There's little doubt that the pharmaceutical industry has brought many life-saving medications to people throughout the world. Unfortunately, this industry also has a dark side. Big Pharma's relentless search for ever-increasing profits has betrayed many who were vulnerable and seriously ill. The Plot: Destroying Cancer Drugs in Order to Raise the Price In a James… Continue reading →

Is Big Pharma Losing Their Muscle?

Conventionally, working your way to the top is way easier than maintaining the position up there. Many forces, legitimate or not, work towards beating you for that coveted position. Individuals, small business enterprises, and even the multinational corporations are subject to this process, which seems to be part of a life curve. There is a… Continue reading →

Naloxone is Reducing Opioid Overdose Deaths

The opioid problem in the United States has worsened dramatically in the past 20 years, with opioid overdose deaths steadily increasing since 1999. More than 28,000 people died from opioid overdose in 2014, and more than 33,000 people died from opioid overdose in 2015. Unfortunately, the numbers continue to climb. Opioids include prescription painkillers like… Continue reading →