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In 2020 and Beyond: What Does the Future of Pharmacy Automation Have in Store for Us?

The medical industry continues researching better ways of managing patient care and ensuring that medication errors are reduced. It is medication errors that often lead to patient injuries and medical malpractice. Automation practices improve patient care and provide medication more efficiently to patients in hospitals. Medical facilities that want to make vital changes learn more about the future of pharmacy automation and what it has... ❯❯❯

Approaching The Thirties: Skin Still Can Look Healthy and Beautiful

The age of thirty is an age that is often approached with weariness and anxiety. Many have heard the phrase "The Big 30." This is viewed as a new chapter to life and for the skin, this can be true. In a person's late twenties, they may have noticed things changing such as more sleep to function, hangover extremes, certain food sensitivities and more. The skin is also going through changes. Many report dryness, irritation, strange spots,... ❯❯❯

How to Stop Drinking Alcohol for Good

People who are dependent on alcohol should stop drinking completely. Read on to learn how to stop drinking alcohol for good here. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, a little over 15 million Americans have an alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, as the condition is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV, comprises alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence. Think you... ❯❯❯

What Is a Trigger Point Injection and How It Can Help You

Each year in the U.S., approximately 20 percent of adults struggle with chronic pain, while eight percent experience high-impact chronic pain that has a negative effect on their overall quality of life. Have you been struggling with chronic pain? Have you tried a variety of treatment options without much luck? Before you give up on your pursuit of pain relief, you may want to consider trigger point injection (or TPI) treatments.... ❯❯❯

8 Tips to Avoid Neck Pain After Sleeping

Neck pain is among the four most common pains reported by American adults. This pain can vary from soreness to unbelievable discomfort. No matter how you would describe the neck pain you're feeling, if most of your pain comes on after sleeping, there are simple ways that you can improve your situation. Making sleeping adjustments and lifestyle changes can steeply reduce or even eliminate neck pain after sleeping. If you're... ❯❯❯

How to Do Infant CPR: A Step-By-Step Guide

You can lower your stress around the idea of your child choking by learning infant CPR. Follow these steps to be prepared. Each year, more than 12,000 kids are taken to the emergency room due to choking on food. Besides cutting up their food in small bites, there aren't many things you can do to ensure that kids don't choke.  Teaching your child about choking may help. But the time will come and they will likely... ❯❯❯

What Causes Some People To Become Myopic?

Nearsighted vision, which is technically called myopic eyesight, is a condition that plagues millions of people. In fact, estimates suggest that one-third of the world's population will be nearsighted by the end of the decade. If you are short-sighted read on to learn what causes this condition and what your treatment options are.  What is Myopic Eyesight? Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a vision condition... ❯❯❯

Dental Implant Aftercare Guide: What to Expect and Care Instructions

Right after getting a dental implant, there are certain things you’ll want to do and not do. Discover the dental implant aftercare guide here. After months or even years of debating, you’ve decided to take the plunge and finally get dental implant surgery. While dental implants are a routine and fairly simple procedure, they still require surgery and should be taken just as seriously as any other surgical procedure.... ❯❯❯

Finding the Vitamin Goldilocks Dose: How Much Is Too Much Vitamin D?

Did you know that nearly 40% of Americans have vitamin D deficiency? That's not a good thing because a deficiency in vitamin D is usually associated with depression, schizophrenia, and even prostate cancer. People can fight the lack of vitamin D by taking it as a supplement. However, having too much vitamin D in your body is a bad thing as well, so how much is too much? Although the research on vitamin D is still not completely... ❯❯❯

Cognitive Health 101: 5 Simple Ways to Boost Your Brain's Performance

Interested in improving your cognitive health? We've got you covered! Read on for some great strategies for keeping your brain in shape. Did you know that poor sleep can become a potential risk for cognitive decline? Focus on getting good quality sleep each night.  Are you looking for other ways to improve your cognitive health? Not to worry! In this guide, we’ll go over how to boost your brain. 1. Try New... ❯❯❯