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Prediabetes: How to Prevent a Full Diabetes Diagnosis

All of us are guilty of taking our own health for granted at times. For some patients, being told that they have prediabetes can be a huge wake-up call. This diagnosis does not necessarily mean that your condition will develop into diabetes, but it is a warning sign that you need to take steps to […]
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Summer Health Concerns and How to Avoid Them!

Summer is finally here, and that means most of us are likely to be spending more time outdoors – whether that means in our own backyards or taking a trip to the beach! The last thing anyone wants is for their summer fun to be interrupted by poor health or an injury! Let’s take a […]
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Melanoma: Early Warning Signs & Prevention

Did you know? Although Melanoma is the most deadly type of skin cancer, if detected early enough, it is almost always 100% curable. The key is learning how to recognize the signs and seek treatment before it becomes too advanced. If you need advice, do not hesitate to get in touch with your local pharmacy where you […]
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America’s Sleeplessness Epidemic

Did you know? Around 70 million people across the United States are suffering from some kind of sleep problem. It is estimated that 1 in 3 adults is failing to get the recommended 7 hours of sleep each night and around 25% of people say they are so tired during the day that they cannot […]
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Which Type of Migraine Do You Suffer From?

Around 38 million people across the Unite States suffer from migraines. Did you know that there are multiple different types? Some can be treated with help from your local pharmacist while others may require more in-depth intervention. Early Warning Signs of Migraine Some migraine sufferers get an early warning known as a prodome, that lets them know […]
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Everything You Need to Know About Measles

As of today, there have been 127 confirmed cases of measles so far this year across 10 different states. Tennessee has not been affected yet, but cases were reported in the latter half of 2018 and the state remains one of 21 on alert for the disease. With that in mind, it is worth knowing […]