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How Often Should You Get an Eye Exam?

Major vision problems cause an annual economic impact of 145 billion dollars per year in the United States, and vision disability is one of the top 10 disabilities among adults over the age of 18. Everyone should have their eyes checked periodically, but how often should you get an eye exam?

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Iron Infusions: Everything You Need to Know

Iron-deficiency anemia is a common condition that can cause fatigue, shortness of breath, and other health problems. If you are suffering from iron-deficiency anemia, your doctor may recommend an iron infusion as treatment. An iron infusion is a procedure in which iron is administered directly into your bloodstream. In this article, we will provide you with all the information you need to know about iron infusions including what they are, how they work, and how to prepare for them.

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What Is Genomic Medicine?

Genomic medicine uses our genetic information to provide individualized health care. Various gene therapies can potentially cure rare diseases or conditions. Genetic testing allows people to know and understand the differences in their own genetic information. The results of genetic testing can help providers choose medications that are tailored specific genes and improve the health care of individual patients.

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Chigger Bite: Everything You Need to Know 

Do you know what chiggers are?

If not, you’re not alone. Many people have never heard of chiggers before, but they can be a real nuisance.

This article will teach you everything you need to know about chigger bites, what they are, where they live, what happens when they bite you, and how to treat them.

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What Are the Benefits of Manuka Honey?

Manuka honey is a unique type of honey that is produced in New Zealand and Australia as it is made by bees from the nectar of the Manuka tree or shrub, which is native to those countries. What makes Manuka honey special is its high level of methylglyoxal (MGO), which is a compound that has antimicrobial and antioxidant properties and the Manuka honey rating system measures the level of MGO in Manuka honey.

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Parosmia: What it is, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Parosmia is an olfactory disorder where you have a distorted perception of smell and you may smell odors differently than you should. It can be caused by head trauma, viral infections, or even COVID-19. If you suffer from parosmia, you usually experience difficulty in odor perception such as distinguishing between foul and fragrant odors. Though parosmia typically does not have any long-term effects, it can be frustrating if you experience these symptoms and can lead to an aversion to eating and lower your quality of life. We'll go into detail about what parosmia is, symptoms of parosmia, how parosmia is diagnosed and treated, as well as how it links to COVID-19.

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What Is Levofloxacin?

What Is Levofloxacin?

Improper prescription and use of antibiotics over the past several decades has led to a rise in drug-resistant bacteria, many of which do not respond to more broad-spectrum and widely used antibiotics; in these situations, levofloxacin can be a helpful alternative, but what is levofloxacin and what should patients know about it?

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What Is the Drug Levofloxacin Used For?

One powerful fluoroquinolone antibiotic, levofloxacin, is used to treat and prevent a number of serious infections that cannot be treated with other medications.

So, what is the drug levofloxacin used for and how can it help you?

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Comparison of Azithromycin and Clarithromycin

Azithromycin and clarithromycin are both macrolide antibiotics used to treat a number of different bacterial infections, including upper respiratory tract infections, lower respiratory tract infections, acute ear infections, tonsillitis, and more. 

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MCHC: What It Is, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and More

Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) is a measure of the average amount of hemoglobin in red blood cells with hemoglobin being responsible for transporting oxygen throughout your body. Low MCHC levels can indicate anemia, which is a condition that occurs when there are not enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to your body's tissues. Also, low MCHC levels can cause a variety of symptoms, depending on the underlying cause and, in some cases, it may require treatment. In this article, we will discuss what MCHC is, what causes low MCHC levels, and how they are treated.

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What are the Symptoms of Coffee Withdrawal?

Due to the prevalence of coffee, tea, soft drinks, and energy drinks, caffeine is one of the most popular drugs in the world and is found in many common foods and drinks too. Similar to other drugs, if you stop ingesting caffeine you may experience caffeine withdrawal, which is a set of symptoms that can occur when someone abruptly stops taking it. In this article, we will discuss caffeine withdrawal, including its signs and symptoms, how to temper it, and who needs to avoid taking caffeine.

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All You Need to Know About Ringworm: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Ringworm is a fungal infection that can be seen on the skin. It can affect both children and adults, but it's most common in children. Ringworm is very contagious from person to person or even animal to people as ringworm in cats and dogs is common and it is often spread in communal areas or through your pets. In this article, we'll discuss ringworm symptoms, ringworm causes, and ringworm diagnosis so you know what to look out for if you have ringworm.

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The Top 7 Best CBD Lotions of 2023

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid that is found in cannabis and hemp plants. It has many supposed beneficial properties for the skin, making it a popular ingredient in skincare products such as CBD lotions, creams, and salves which are becoming more and more popular as people learn about the benefits they can provide including as a pain cream option. In this article, we will discuss the top 7 best CBD creams of 2022 and we will also answer some common questions about using CBD lotions and creams on your skin, any precautions that may be necessary when using these topical products, and additional ingredients that could prove beneficial to your health.

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CBD Topical Cream for Blemishes

If you are tired of dealing with sore, spotty skin and it is a problem that you still experience on a daily basis, now is the time to take action that will give you lasting effects. In this article, we will be looking at the different types of skin blemishes and how to effectively treat them using topical CBD cream.

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The Responsible Way to Take Prescribed Antibiotics

When we go to the doctor and are prescribed medication, it is important to take it exactly as prescribed. However, when it comes to antibiotics, several of us may be guilty of not following through and taking the entire prescription as prescribed. For this reason, it is important to understand the responsible way to take prescribed antibiotics.

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The Truth About Jojoba Oil: From the The Holistic Pharmacy

Jojoba oil is a liquid wax, also called an oil interchangeably, that's extracted from jojoba seeds, and it has been used for centuries by Native American Indians. The jojoba tree is native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, California, and Mexico, but jojoba oil can be purchased online and in stores around the world. It's important to know what jojoba oil does before you buy it because jojoba oil isn't good for everyone. Read this article to find out if jojoba oil is right for you.

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What Is Eliquis?

Many people don’t think about blood clots on a daily basis, but if you’ve ever had a blood clot, then you know just how scary they can be. Each year, approximately 900,000 cases of potentially deadly blood clots, called deep vein thrombosis, occur in the United States. Blood clots may be provoked, meaning they are associated with known risk factors, or unprovoked, meaning they occur without any identifiable risk factors present. Approximately 274 people die in the United States each day from blood clots, in large part because public awareness of the condition is so low. Fewer than one in four people have any knowledge about blood clots or their signs and symptoms. Patients who do experience blood clots have new options when it comes to treatment, including anticoagulation medications like Eliquis, which can help treat and prevent blood clots.

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Everything You Need to Know About Wormwood

Wormwood is a plant that has been used for thousands of years as a natural remedy. Its name comes from the Anglo-Saxon word wermode and Old English wormoda, which both translate to "vermicide" or "worm killer." In traditional medicine, wormwood's bitter taste has been used to flavor wines and spirits and as a preventative measure against lice, mites, and fleas for chickens. Please continue reading to find the other uses of this herbal medicine.

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White Bumps on Your Tongue: What Are They and When You Need to Worry?

If you are worried about white bumps on your tongue, it's important to know that many people experience this issue at some point in their lives. In most cases, white bumps on the tongue are nothing to worry about and will go away on their own but there are a few instances where white bumps on the tongue may be a sign of something more serious and warrant a visit to your doctor or dentist. In this article, we will discuss what white bumps on the tongue are, when you need to worry about them, and how to prevent them from occurring.

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What Is the Best Antibiotic for an Ear Infection?

If you’re a parent, you are likely all too familiar with ear infections and the pain and discomfort they can cause your little ones. Most children will experience at least one ear infection at some point in their lives, with five out of six children experiencing at least one ear infection by their third birthday. An acute ear infection, also known as acute otitis media, can be extremely painful. While adults are less likely to get ear infections than kids, it is still possible and extremely uncomfortable. Some ear infections, like middle ear infections, are better treated by antibiotics, while other ear infections are likely to clear up on their own. Parents bring their children to doctors for ear infections more than for any other cause. What is the best antibiotic for an ear infection and how do you know when you need antibiotics?
 

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What is Telehealth and How Does it Work?

Telehealth is the use of technology, particularly communication technology and digital information via mobile devices and computers, to access different healthcare services from a distance. Both doctors and patients use telehealth, which has many different applications.

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What is Causing the Lump in My Armpit?

Lumps in the armpit can be alarming, but many are not cause for concern. If you've discovered a lump in your armpit, you're likely wondering what's causing it. Armpit lumps can be caused by a variety of things, from swollen or enlarged lymph nodes to a sign of cancer. It's important to know the symptoms of an unexplained armpit lump and when to see your doctor. In this article, we will discuss the causes and symptoms of armpit lumps, as well as how your doctor will diagnose them along with the treatment options available to you.

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Benefits of Chlorophyll: From the Holistic Pharmacy

Liquid chlorophyll is a supplement that is said to have many benefits including its ability to clean the blood and detoxify the body. It contains chlorophyll from plants and is taken as a supplement or used topically. This liquid supplement has increasingly been taken by anyone who wants a cleaner bloodstream and clearer skin despite there not being many studies on it. Please read on to learn more and see if chlorophyll is right for you.

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Turmeric: What are the Health Benefits of this Yellow Root? From the Holistic Pharmacy

Turmeric is ever-present in many Asian cuisines. It has made its way into many diets and has been used as a natural remedy for centuries. The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, a naturally occurring compound that gives turmeric its chemical, antioxidant, and health properties. It is likely effective in treating some conditions, like osteoarthritis, high blood cholesterol, and allergies, while other conditions require more research. As a spice or food additive, it will not likely affect one’s health. More concentrated forms of turmeric or curcumin are more likely to have an effect. If you are taking medications like blood thinners or diabetes medications, turmeric should be taken with caution. Always consult a pharmacist or a healthcare provider before you start any new supplement or medication.  

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Strawberry Legs: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Strawberry legs are a common strawberry-looking, dark or pinkish discoloration on the skin that can develop in different areas of the body but is commonly found on the legs. It is a harmless condition that can be caused by many different factors and strawberry legs treatments vary according to the cause. Continue reading to find out what strawberry legs are, what causes the distinct appearance, symptoms, treatment options, and prevention methods for this condition.

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cbdMD Reviews: Are These the Best CBD Gummies and Oils?

cbdMD has a wide variety of CBD supplements to choose from. But are their gummies and oils even worth the effort? Read on to find out.


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What You Need to Know About Wasp Stings

Insect stings are a common occurrence for those who spend much of their time outdoors. If you have ever been stung by wasps, then you know the pain that they cause. As wasps are prevalent in most of North America, it is important to know how to avoid wasp sting as well as what treatments there are if you do get one. In this article, we will go over everything from wasps themselves to wasp stings and everything in between.

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What Is Eliquis Used For?

Eliquis was first approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2012 for use in reducing the risk of stroke and blood clots in patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation, and it received additional FDA approvals in 2014 when it was approved to reduce the risk of blood clots following hip replacement or knee replacement surgery and for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.

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Artesunate: A Lifesaving Medication for Severe Malaria

Malaria is a major global concern and claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year, including children. When traveling to Africa or other places with malaria, it is important to understand the risks of malaria, identify the symptoms, and take steps to prevent infection. Although there are many treatment options for mild cases, artesunate is the only medication approved in the United States for the treatment of severe malaria.

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All You Need to Know About Razor Bumps: Causes, Treatments, and Prevention

If you've ever shaved your legs or face and had razor bumps all over, then you know how frustrating razor bumps can be. Razor bumps are an inflammation of the hair follicles that surround the area where you shaved. They're similar to razor burn although they aren't the same thing. This article will answer all your questions about razor bumps, what they are, how to get rid of them, and more.

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What is Cobblestone Throat (Pharyngitis)? 

Cobblestone throat is the colloquial name for pharyngitis or acute pharyngitis and it is a condition that can cause a lot of pain and discomfort in your throat. It may also be accompanied by other symptoms such as a fever, swollen lymph nodes in the neck or throat, and a general feeling of being unwell. It is very treatable though, and we will detail your treatment options below. In this article, we will also cover the symptoms, causes, and other complications that can happen due to pharyngitis.

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How Does Chantix Work?

Smokers who want to quit using cigarettes have often made many attempts to quit without success, which is why nicotine replacement products like Nicorette gum and Chantix, a prescription drug designed to help people quit smoking, are so popular. If you’re considering quitting smoking using Chantix, it’s important to understand how to properly use the medication and how it can benefit you. So, how does Chantix work?

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Chalazion: Definition, Symptoms, and Treatments

A chalazion is a type of cyst on your eyelid. It most often develops in response to a blockage of your oil gland, which is located at the edge of your upper and lower lids. Chalazia, this is the plural form of chalazion, is characterized by a tender lump under the skin around one eye. It can be red, swollen, and painful, but usually clear up within several weeks. We'll explore what causes a chalazion and how you can treat them.

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Dyspnea: How to Recognize, Treat and Prevent it

Dyspnea is a medical term for feeling out of breath, usually when the body does not have enough oxygen. It can be caused by various things that affect your respiratory system, such as asthma or COPD, but it can also be caused by heart problems like congestive heart failure. Dyspnea may also occur if you are in an environment with poor air quality or high levels of pollution. We’ll explore the causes and symptoms of dyspnea, how to treat it, and what you can do to prevent it in the future.

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Vitamin D2 vs Vitamin D3: What’s the Difference?

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that aids in the absorption of calcium, helps to promote and regulate bone growth, and supports the immune system. Our bodies naturally produce vitamin D with sun exposure, and the rest of our vitamin D needs are ideally met through dietary sources. However, vitamin D is found naturally in very few foods. Vitamin D naturally occurs in foods like beef liver, cheese, egg yolks, and oily fish like salmon, tuna, and mackerel. Otherwise, it is most often found in foods fortified with vitamin D, including soy milk, orange juice, some cereals, and some dairy products.

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10 Benefits of Taking Turmeric: From the Holistic Pharmacy 

Turmeric is a spice that is used in many different cultures and cuisines although it is typically associated with Indian cuisine. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and even cancer-fighting properties. We will go over 10 benefits of turmeric including its effects on your mood, digestion, skin health, and more. Additionally, we'll look at what turmeric is made from (curcumin), what the risks are for taking turmeric (very low according to current research), as well as how much turmeric you should consume.

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Sea Moss Benefits, Uses, and Nutrients: From the Holistic Pharmacy

Sea moss, also called Chondrus crispus, is a type of algae that is found on rocks around saltwater. It has been used for centuries as a food source, and more recently, it has become popular as a natural remedy for various health problems. Sea moss is high in nutrients, including protein, fiber, vitamins, and essential minerals. It also contains antioxidants and other compounds that offer health benefits. In this article, we will explore the uses, nutrients, health claims, and benefits of sea moss.

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Biosimilars: What Are They and Why Should You Care?

Biosimilars are biologic medications similar to a reference product (original FDA-approved medication). They must work the same in the body, have the same dosage form, strength, and route of administration (e.g., injection). They are a safe and effective lower-cost option used to treat many conditions. 

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Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment for COVID-19 Rash

COVID-19 is a virus that can affect people of any age. COVID-19 is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which is transmitted from person to person through contact with bodily fluids or from objects contaminated with COVID-19. The COVID-19 virus can affect the immune system and cause it to react abnormally and can sometimes lead to a less common symptom: an outbreak on your skin that becomes a rash. When this reaction occurs and is combined with other physical side effects of COVID-19 like fever, headache, sore throat, nausea, and vomiting then you may be diagnosed as having COVID-19 rash. Treatment for COVID-19 includes bed rest and hydration to help you get better faster, while the rash will have other treatment options which we will detail below.

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Can Your Morning Cup of Coffee Provide You with More than Just an Energy Boost?

Coffee is the go-to caffeine choice for an energy boost in the morning or at any time. But what if coffee could do more than that? Limited studies have shown the potential for coffee consumption to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes, protect against cirrhosis, and help control movement in patients with Parkinson's disease.  More robust studies are needed to provide support for these other potential health benefits of coffee consumption. Make sure you check with your primary healthcare provider before consuming coffee or caffeine (especially with high blood pressure and during pregnancy) to ensure it is safe. 

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The Tdap Vaccine: What is it?

The Tdap vaccine is a vaccination that has been used to protect people from tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis. It is recommended that all adults should have the Tdap vaccine because it protects against three different diseases that are very serious if not treated. We’ll go over what these diseases are, how they can be prevented with the Tdap vaccine, and who should get it.

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How to Protect Yourself from Ticks and What to Do If You Get Bitten

Ticks are small, parasitic insects that live on the blood of animals and humans. They can be found in woods or grassy areas, but they sometimes end up on lawns and gardens as well. Ticks like to stay close to their food sources, like your dog, cat, or you, so once one tick lands on you it is likely more will follow. If a tick bites you it can cause itching and other problems such as tick paralysis, which is paralysis caused by a tick bite. Here we discuss everything about ticks: what they are, where they live, how people get them, treatments for tick bites, and prevention methods.

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How to Stop a Runny Nose

Runny noses happen for many reasons, and none of them are pleasant. Whether you’re dealing with a viral infection like the common cold or flu, you’re experiencing allergies or hay fever, or you have a bacterial infection, cases of runny nose or rhinitis are uncomfortable and inconvenient. There are simple home remedies to stop a runny nose, as well as over the counter medications, prescriptions, and allergy treatments that can be effective at treating your symptoms.
 

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Rootine Vitamins Review: Do These DNA-Based Vitamins Help?

Rootine offers a research-based and personalized approach to vitamins — but do their DNA-based vitamins actually help? This honest review provides the answer.


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What Causes Mucus in Your Stool?

Mucus is a slimy, sticky substance that is produced by mucous membranes in your body. It has a range of different appearances as it can be clear or cloudy and thick or thin. Mucus in your stool can be caused by a number of different things, including infection, inflammation, or cancer among several other reasons. If you are experiencing mucus in your stool, it is important to see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. In this article, we will discuss the causes, how your doctor will diagnose the symptoms, and explore treatment options for mucus in your stool.

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How to Get Rid of a Sore Throat: From the Holistic Pharmacy

Sore throats are uncomfortable, inconvenient, and often a sign that you’re coming down with a viral infection. While sore throats are frustrating enough during the day, they’re even worse at night when they’re keeping you awake because swallowing hurts. Everyone wants to know how to get rid of a sore throat because when you’re in pain and just want to go to sleep, you’re willing to try anything. However, not all sore throat remedies are created equal, and some are definitely more effective than others. 

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What is a Low Grade Fever?

You may have heard of “low grade fevers” but be unsure of exactly what the cutoff is between a low grade fever and a regular fever. Low grade fevers are treated differently than regular fevers, but they have similar origins and many of the same at-home remedies. If you find yourself asking “what is a low grade fever?” you’ll be surprised to know that the cutoff may be higher than you are expecting.

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What Exactly is a Smelling Salt?

What exactly are smelling salts? People often ask this question and the answer may surprise you. A smelling salt is a type of chemical compound that is typically stored in a container such as an ampule, capsule, or vial. It's used to treat fainting, dizziness, and unconsciousness caused by many different factors including head injuries. Smelling salts work because they contain ammonia which stimulates the nervous system and clears out carbon dioxide from your lungs which can cause lightheadedness or fainting. This article hopes to explain them further, their benefits, and any adverse effects they may have on you.

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What You Need to Know About Flea Bites

Fleas are a common pest found in many homes. These pesky little insects can give you flea bites, which can be painful and itchy. In this article, we will answer the following questions: What are flea bites? Where do they come from? How do you treat them? What should I look for? How do I prevent fleas from biting me again?

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What Are Sea Lice? The Tiny Sea Critter That Could Ruin Your Vacation

Imagine the sea louse as a tiny, sea-dwelling parasite that is the larvae of other sea life and can cause a painful bite. Sea lice are so small they can go unnoticed until you come in contact with them. If a sea louse bites a human, it can cause intense itching, which is often misdiagnosed as an allergic reaction to jellyfish stings or other ocean creatures. Here are some ways to identify, treat, and prevent sea lice bites.

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Eliquis Side Effects: What Are They?

Approximately 900,000 cases of potentially deadly blood clots, called deep vein thrombosis, are diagnosed in the United States each year, but if you’re like most Americans, you might not know what a blood clot is or be aware of the symptoms. Studies show that less than one in four American adults are familiar with blood clots and can identify their signs and symptoms, and this lack of knowledge is proving to be deadly; 274 people die in the United States from blood clots each day. Although most people don’t give any thought to blood clots, people who have had them know exactly how scary and serious they are. About 70 percent of blood clots are associated with known risk factors, such as surgery; these clots are considered “provoked.” The remaining 30 percent are considered “unprovoked,” meaning they occur without any identifiable risk factors present. Patients who have been diagnosed with a blood clot may be prescribed an anticoagulation medicine like Eliquis to help treat and prevent future clots. 

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Postherpetic Neuralgia Overview: Risk Factors, Treatment and Prevention

Postherpetic neuralgia is a condition where the pain experienced with shingles does not go away even after the rash has healed.  Topical agents, antidepressants, and opioids are a few of the pain management treatment options that may be considered for postherpetic neuralgia. The CDC recommends vaccinating for shingles to help prevent risk of postherpetic neuralgia. 

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FOCL Reviews: Do Their CBD Gummies & Drops Work?

FOCL is a CBD line that claims to offer some relief from tension. But does it really work, or does it just cause more stress than it’s worth?


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DMT: What You Need to Know About This Powerful Psychedelic Drug

DMT is a powerful psychedelic drug that has been used for centuries by various cultures for religious ceremonies and spiritual purposes. DMT is a naturally occurring compound, and it is thought that DMT is released during moments of intense stress or during near-death experiences. DMT hallucinations are often described as being extremely intense and life-changing. In this article, we will answer all of your questions about DMT so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not to try this powerful drug.

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Ginkgo biloba: Benefits, Risks, and More

Ginkgo biloba is a supplement that has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and currently it is one of the most popular dietary supplements in the world. It is claimed to offer a wide range of health benefits, including improved cognitive function and reduced symptoms of dementia with a wide variety of others too. However, there is sometimes conflicting or inadequate evidence to support these claims. In this article, we will take a closer look at ginkgo biloba and its potential benefits, risks, and whether its health benefits are backed by any scientific evidence.

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Maca Root: Benefits and Side Effects

If you are looking for an all-natural way to improve sexual performance and improve your overall health, maca root may be a good option for you. Maca root is a plant that is native to the Andes Mountains of South America and has been used for centuries by the indigenous people of that region for its many health benefits. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of maca root, as well as the potential side effects of taking this dietary supplement. We will also take a look at the different forms of maca root available on the market, and give you some tips on how to choose a quality product.

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What are the Symptoms of caffeine withdrawal?

Due to the prevalence of coffee, tea, soft drinks, and energy drinks, caffeine is one of the most popular drugs in the world and is found in many common foods and drinks too. Similar to other drugs, if you stop ingesting caffeine you may experience caffeine withdrawal, which is a set of symptoms that can occur when someone abruptly stops taking it. In this article, we will discuss caffeine withdrawal, including its signs and symptoms, how to temper it, and who needs to avoid taking caffeine.

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What is the Pineal Gland and What is Its Function?

The pineal gland is a small, cone-shaped gland located in your brain. It is responsible for producing the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate the body's circadian rhythm, also known as your sleep-wake cycle. The pineal gland can also be affected by certain medical conditions or problems, some of which can have severe consequences. In this article, we will discuss the pineal gland and its function in detail. We will also look at how doctors diagnose problems with the pineal gland, and what treatments are available if a problem is found.

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Apple Cider Vinegar: Uses, Benefits, Risks, and Dosage

Apple cider vinegar is a type of vinegar made from mostly apple juice that has many uses, including as a natural remedy for various health conditions. Apple cider vinegar is also used to help skin conditions, lose weight, and possibly even improve heart health as well as other benefits. However, apple cider vinegar can also cause side effects and interact with certain medications so it is important to know the risks and benefits of apple cider before using it. In this article, we will discuss the uses, benefits, risks, and dosage of apple cider vinegar to help you determine if it could be beneficial to you.

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