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Common questions and answers about Canadian Pharmacies.

File: April 2012

Sometimes the purchase of essential medication can be extremely trying on the wallet. The recent down-trend in the economy makes it more and more difficult for low-income families to purchase essential medications. The World Health Organization states that more than 80% of diabetes related deaths occur in middle- to low-income families. This occurs for two [...]

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Recent reports published by WHO indicated that over 60% of people diagnosed with illnesses are not adhering to their prescriptions fully due to financial difficulties. With the rising drug prices and slashed welfare benefits, it is rather worrying that a major segment of the population is facing such difficulties in meeting their medical needs. Amidst [...]

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Prescription drug prices, in the United States, are higher than in any other country. The price of drugs is so high that many people are unable to purchase their medication or take the medication in lower than prescribed doses. This is an extremely dangerous situation that may cause serious complications to many patients. The prices [...]

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New research and Canada pharmacy suggest that utilizing spanking as a way of discipline for children (especially boys) who have a genetic predisposition to aggressive behavior likely turns them even more aggressive. “There’s an intricate interplay between nature and nurture,” said study co-author J.C. Barnes, an assistant professor of criminology at the University of Texas [...]

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Rising expenses affect senior citizens more than any other strata of people. Senior citizens get by on limited incomes and, as a result, find the purchase of essential medications extremely costly. As most of their health affairs are not funded by the state or corporations this puts many senior citizens at a significant disadvantage. Most [...]

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Merck & Co Inc. manufacturers of the new Zioptan eye medication informed its approval by the FDA. The Food and Drug Administration of the US approved Zioptan 0.0015% as the first preservative-free prostaglandin ophthalmic solution. Zioptan is an ophthalmic solution used for elevated intraocular pressure in patients with open angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension. As [...]

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