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The Sad Truth: Big Hikes On Drug Prices Within USA

The high price of drugs in the United States has been a popular topic during the past two decades. However, the situation has become significantly worse since 2011. The past five years have seen a 100 percent increase in the prices of four of the country's top 10 most popular drugs. This has helped contribute… Continue reading →

Big Pharma’s Spending

The price of name-brand drugs in the United States has been a hot topic of conversation for many years. However, the problem is now much worse than it has ever been before. The prices that some companies are charging for their drugs are now so expensive that even people with a decent income will have… Continue reading →

American College of Physicians Calls On US Government To Lower Drug Prices

The American College of Physicians has joined the fray in calling for lower prescription drug prices. Boasting 143,000 members, this organization released a position paper on March 28, 2016 that advocated for lower drug prices. It called for the pharmaceutical industry and the government to take action to bring down soaring drug costs.  The United… Continue reading →

Presidential Candidates And Their Position on Personal Importation

The race for the 2016 Presidential election has been a heated one full of arguments, disagreements, and differing views on the best policies for the American people. Healthcare, as always, lies at the center of most discussions, and while each of the candidates’ positions on healthcare vary substantially in many regards, their views points on… Continue reading →

Making Mental Health First Aid as Familiar as CPR

More than 500,000 people die each year of heart attacks, according to statistics from the Women’s Heart Foundation. The number of deaths occur despite the valiant efforts of passersby and onlookers who step in and administer CPR. Most people recognize the signs of a person who is having a heart attack, and they try to… Continue reading →

Why Drugs Cost More Than They Should: The $3.5 Billion Dollar Reason

Pharmaceutical Companies Offer Pay-for-Delay Deals to Generic Drug Manufacturers Anyone needing prescription medications that are required for an illness or chronic health condition is probably shocked by the high cost of brand-name drugs. To avoid losing massive amounts of profits from new medications, pharmaceutical companies have offered pay-for-delay plans to generic medication manufacturers. The average… Continue reading →

Relationships: As Important to Your Health as Exercising and Eating Well

There are some things in life that can improve your health. It's good to exercise and eat the proper foods, but healthy relationships are needed as well. If you don't have friends to talk to or don't have people in your life who will lift you up in a positive manner, then it can lead… Continue reading →

The Importance of Expiration Dates

All pharmaceutical drugs are designed to create some type of beneficial effect in the body, whether to alleviate a headache or reduce inflammation. Different drugs are efficient in different ways, but all drugs have specific instructions that dictate when users should take them. Among the guidelines for these drugs are expiration dates, which suggest that… Continue reading →

Referring Your Friends Just Got Easier!

In addition to providing users with some of the best medication options available, we offer our customers the chance to join our referral program. Any customer who's ordered from us previously can refer their friends to join in on the savings by entering their friends' email addresses at the Refer-a-Friend page. Customers can reach this… Continue reading →

12 Months of Giving: Christmas Cheer Board

As part of our 12 Months of Giving resolution, Planet Drugs Direct is fundraising for the Christmas Cheer Board throughout the month of December. The holidays are a popular time for helping those in need, and the Christmas Cheer Board, a community-based organization, was selected as our cause of the month for the incredible contributions… Continue reading →