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Discount Prescription Drugs Online

March 22, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

There is no arguing that prescription drug prices are on the rise, making it difficult for patients to purchase the medications they need simply because they can’t afford outrageous out of pocket expenses. According to the Government Accountability Office, prescription drug prices have increased much more rapidly in the past four years than the prices of other medical products and services. However, a Canadian Pharmacy called Canada Drug Center is changing all that.

Canada Drug Center, an online pharmacy, provides a large selection of safe prescription drugs at affordable prices. How affordable? According to the website, the company can provide prescription and non-prescription medications up to 90 percent lower than regular prices. This means you can buy Zyprexa up to 90 percent off the original price! But how do you know if you’re receiving quality products?

An approved member of PharmacyChecker.com and the International Pharmacy Association of British Columbia, Canada Drug Center offers original manufacturer packaging and meets all applicable regulatory standards on brand and generic prescription medications. The company claims to be a fully licensed pharmacy and guarantees each product to be authentic. In addition, the online pharmacy sends random samples of medications to an independent lab for testing. Whether you need to buy Effexor, Lipitor or Zoloft, Canada Drug Center carries it online at affordable prices.

Please visit http://www.canadadrugcenter.com to find out how easy it is to purchase prescription drugs online at affordable prices.

Live Longer and Better? Exercise

December 31, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Speaking in Boston recently at the 34th Sports Medicine Symposium of the American Medical Association and the American College of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Walter M. Bortz, 75, said that health derives from four things— “design, external agency, internal agency, and aging”—and that we have such a built-in reserve that most of us have to lose 70 percent of our capacity before it becomes noticeable.

The Orlando Sentinel further reports that he said increased eating and decreased exercise may cause today’s kids to be the first generation in U.S. history to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.

Commenting on the conference, Florida plastic surgeon Dr. Richard T. Bosshardt wrote, “Much is made of anti-aging medicine, but that is really an attempt to modify bad effects of external and internal agency. Despite attempts to sell you a pill, diet supplement, or ‘secret’ herbal formula, we don’t have any practical ability to alter the aging process.” He recommends building one’s capacities through exercise and better diet.

Cancer Up With Longevity

September 5, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Increases in life expectancy around the world have led to increases in some cancers as well, the International Agency for Research on Cancer has reported. Breast and lung cancers have doubled over the past 30 years, with 1.1 million women around the world diagnosed with breast cancer last year.

Stomach and cervical cancers have actually decreased thanks to improvements in hygiene and routine screening, Reuters reports.

With the number of smokers up in the Third World the past 20 years, lung cancer rates can be expected to continue to rise as well.

The highest rates of cancer among men are found in the United States, Hungary, and New Zealand; the lowest rates in Niger, Gambia, and Congo. For women, the highest rates are in the United States, Israel, and New Zealand, the lowest in Tunisia, Gambia, and Oman.

Professor John Toy of Cancer Research UK said that cancer still primarily afflicts those in the developed world, though he hopes that “new treatments will continue to improve the chances of surviving the disease.”