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Common questions and answers about Canadian Pharmacies.

File: September 2011

Men have reason to fear from depression, as it does not affect only women as is the general impression. Symptoms of depression may differ in men and women, which is why it has to be tackled differently. Men find it very difficult to accept the medical condition as a disease and will not openly accept [...]

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Researchers have found women who had depression in the past are more likely to be affected by stroke. Depression is treated with antidepressants, and its use increases the risk of stroke by almost 29% compared to women who had never been diagnosed with hypertension. Our Canada Pharmacy studies how much effect can be seen when [...]

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Gout can be one of the most troubling rheumatic diseases which is supposed to start in men in the age group of 40 to 50 years. However, binge drinking has resulted in a spurt of gouty arthritis among youngsters mostly in their 20s. Many such cases were admitted to emergency wards, and Canada Pharmacy Online [...]

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Moms and kids have to be careful about flu every year, as new influenza viruses are detected and added to a list for added protection through the process of vaccination. A list has been prepared for the 2011-2012 flu season, which includes three new viruses that people have to be aware of and protect themselves [...]

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Employed mothers are less vulnerable to display indications of depression and take Canadian drugs than stay-at-home moms. Nevertheless, employed mothers who are nearly perfectionists and have high hopes of managing work and family have excessive levels of depression compared with their more relaxed equivalents. Females between 22 and 30 years old were asked on what [...]

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