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How to Salvage Your Failing New Year's Resolution

2018-01-12 Prescription Doctor 2018-07-21 10:50:05

Eighty percent of people have abandoned their New Year's resolutions by the time February rolls around. If you've already put off going to the gym or you're hitting snooze on your alarm clock instead of getting up that whole hour earlier, you're not the only one. New Years resolutions fail for several reasons. Too unrealistic Let's say you're used to eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner for convenience and suddenly decid...

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Xmas & New Year Delivery Times

2017-12-14 Prescription Doctor 2018-07-21 10:14:30

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How Migraines can be treated

2017-10-23 Prescription Doctor 2018-07-21 13:34:01

Migraine is more than just a headache, although that is the major symptom in most people. It has a neurological basis, and frequently involves symptoms such as visual disturbances (flashing lights, for example), nausea and vomiting. Attacks can last anywhere from a few hours to three days, and vary from person to person in severity and frequency. More information about the different types of migraine can be found here.Depending on the severit...

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Self-Care for the flu season

2017-10-23 Prescription Doctor 2018-07-21 14:11:18

Self-care is important at all times of year, but never more so than in the flu season. The increased prevalence of viral illnesses at this time of year mean misery for many of us. But there are plenty of ways to proactively take care of yourself this winter.Prevention is better than cure - minimise your risk of becoming illStaying healthy is, obviously, preferable to coming down with a cold or the flu. There are several things you can do to r...

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When does Arthritis Flare up?

2017-10-17 Prescription Doctor 2018-07-21 10:18:21

The term arthritis covers a group of conditions involving inflammation of one or more joints. The conditions fall loosely into two categories, degenerative (wear and tear based) and inflammatory (autoimmune based). The most common of these are osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis respectively. Arthritis needs to be properly diagnosed by a doctor, but you can find out more about the different types of arthritis here.A flare is, put simply...

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