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RateMyPharmacy.com Team
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Does Online Health Information Make You Worry?

by host on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 5:00 PM
There are some people who are hypochondriacs, having this false belief that they suffer from a serious illness. There are some people who worry too much. Going online to search for medical information is not a good idea for people like them.
Health Tips
Online Health Information

The Role of Pharmacy Research in Raising Health Literacy

by host on Thursday, December 5, 2013 5:00 PM

Ignorance is not an excuse especially when it comes to our health. Limited knowledge on health issues and information results in difficulties in patients’ adherence to take medications and other health practices. Since there are a lot of exchanges of health information happening in pharmacies, studies around the world support the claim that pharmacy research is an effective tool in the improvement of communicating health care.


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Is Senate Bill 959 Killing the Pharmacy Profession?

by host on Sunday, December 1, 2013 5:00 PM

PCCA conducted a survey and it shows that 40% of compounding pharmacies would be forced to leave their pharmacy profession if the bill passes into a law. PCCA is a company that supplies pharmaceutical-grade ingredients and equipment to compounding pharmacies; and provides continued educational training to pharmacists in the United States. Under the Senate Bill 959, also known as The Pharmaceutical Quality, Security and Accountability Act, it will improve the safety of medicines made from compounding pharmacies. However, compounding pharmacists do not think so.


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Are Food Expiration Labels Misleading?

by host on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 5:00 PM
Most Americans think of food safety when they see the ‘sell by’ and ‘best before’ dates on food package labels so they tend to throw out foods after the dates indicated.
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Expiration Labels on Food

5 Weight Loss Myths to Discard

by host on Friday, November 22, 2013 5:00 PM

We all know that obesity is a serious problem. There are many weight loss programs and health diets trying to solve the issue and many theories on weight loss have been published. With these bombarding us, it is not rare for consumers to develop myths or misconceptions on weight loss.


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weight loss myths

U.S. Congress Agree on Bill to Regulate Compounding Manufacturers

by host on Monday, November 18, 2013 5:00 PM
The House of Representatives and the US Senate committees agreed on a bill that gives the Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate compounding pharmacies. The bill would also create a national standard to track pharmaceuticals’ distribution to prevent fake drugs coming into the supply chain.
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7 Tips For Feeling Good All Day

by host on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 5:00 PM
If feeling good makes your mind and body perform at its peak, then you have a good sense of well being. But how could you keep yourself feel good the whole day?
Health Tips
Feel Good The Whole Day

All-in-One Pill?

by host on Thursday, November 7, 2013 5:00 PM

People with chronic heart conditions have trouble adhering or are complaining of too many medications. Now, scientists have found a solution that might work: a “polypill” that combines several heart medications in one capsule.


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All in one pill

Drink Up!

by host on Monday, November 4, 2013 7:16 PM
The President’s wife has been continuously encouraging Americans to stay fit and healthy. After initiating the Plate Plan years ago, U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama has launched a new campaign against obesity called, “Drink Up” that encourages Americans to drink at least one extra glass of water from the usual daily intake.
Health Tips
Water Therapy
Drink Up Program

Micronutrient Deficiency: Hidden Hunger (Part 2)

by host on Thursday, October 31, 2013 7:01 PM
Last time, we mentioned two of the possible solutions on how to reduce micronutrient deficiency: gardening and supplements. This time, let’s discuss the rest.
Health Tips
Micronutrient Deficiancy
Micronutrients
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