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Patients with diabetes can take measures to prevent or control neuropathy.
Tattoos-Think Before You Ink
Several health risks associated with tattoos can be avoided or reduced by sharing this guide with patients.
Approximately 700,000 Americans have Crohn's disease, a chronic but manageable inflammatory bowel disease.
The Importance of Iron and Use of Iron Supplements
Iron deficiency is the leading nutritional deficiency in the world and the most common cause of anemia in the United States.
Living With Rosacea: Signs and Symptoms
Early treatment is crucial for the prevention of irreversible damage.
Living with Asthma
Patients who understand environmental triggers are better able to avoid asthma attacks.
Restless Legs Syndrome: Learning to Live with It
Patients may have questions about their uncomfortable leg sensations.
The Flu Epidemic: Unmasking Facts & Myths
For patients who have reservations about flu vaccination, this guide can ease concerns.
Fighting Free Radicals: Do You Need Antioxidants?
Patients may have questions about taking antioxidants.
Through Thick and Thin: Using Anticlotting Drugs
Helping patients understand their regimen can boost adherence.
Bronchitis: When To Take It Seriously
Pharmacists can debunk the myths and provide the facts about treatment for bronchitis.
Gestational Diabetes: Staying Healthy During Pregnancy
Women with gestational diabetes should be proactive about monitoring and maintaining their health.
Are Head Lice Bugging Your Child?
These stubborn bugs live on the scalp for up to 30 days. Here's a how-to guide for preventing and treating head lice in children.
Understanding Migraine Headaches
Patients should understand how to avoid their triggers and treat painful migraine attacks.
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