• Sun Safety 101

    The sun has long been a symbol of vitality for cultures across the globe. Historically, it’s served a purpose in religion, mythology, astrology, and more. In our day and age, though, after a long and frigid winter, there’s nothing quite like spending time outside under the warm sun. We revel at the opportunity to bask in the sun’s rays – be it on a tropical beach or in the local park. Read More About Sun Safety 101

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  • How many Americans could potentially be treated with new PCSK9 inhibitors?

    Despite claims that tens of millions of Americans could be eligible for treatment with a new class of cholesterol-lowering medications, called PCSK9 inhibitors, the fact is these new medicines will supplement – not replace – existing treatment options and will address a significant unmet medical need in a small subset of people.

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  • Finding Support to Care for Your Developmentally Disabled Loved One

    When you’re caring for a developmentally disabled loved one, you know better than anyone they have their own talents and strengths. Just think how inspirational it is to watch them overcome challenges with infectious positivity! Read More About Finding Support to Care for Your Developmentally Disabled Loved One

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  • What is Medicare Part D?

    There are many resources available that can help patients in need receive partial or total coverage for essential medications. Medicare is one such program. Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant). There were 54 million Americans covered under Medicare in 2014. Read More About What is Medicare Part D?

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  • In-Store Clinics: The New Norm?

    You can add “getting that cough checked out” to your shopping list, right next to eggs and milk. Local grocery and drug stores across the country are incorporating retail health clinics into their brick and mortar locations. These in-store clinics are increasingly available consumer resources for non-life-threatening, but common ailments such as sore throats, ear infections, urinary tract infections, pink eye, and sinus infections. Read More About In-Store Clinics: The New Norm?

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