3 Benefits Provided By An Apothecary

Posted on: 20 January 2015

In an age where people have come to expect instant results, prefabricated medications are all the rage. While medicine that is manufactured in mass might have its benefits, there is something to be said for having medications compounded on site by an apothecary. Here are 3 benefits that an apothecary can provide when it comes to the medications you take on a daily basis. 1. Availability Many patients find it difficult to discover the exact combination of medication that works best with their body chemistry to deliver results.
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Prematurely Aging Placenta? What Should You Do?

Posted on: 16 January 2015

Finding out that you are pregnant can be one of the most exciting times of your life -- as well as one of the most stressful. Finding out that your placenta is aging more rapidly than normally can only add to this stress. Should you be concerned about your baby's health? What should you do? Fortunately, there are a number of measures to help ensure the continuing health of both you and your child.
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What To Consider When Planning Green Cremation Services

Posted on: 14 January 2015

When you are planning funeral services for either yourself or a loved one, choosing green cremation offers the opportunity to be more responsible in saying final goodbyes. Green funerals can give you the chance to carry on a legacy of responsibility and respect for life that continues. But before you decide which green services to use in planning a funeral, there are a few things to consider about green cremation.
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Three Examples Of Eye Damages That May Occur In A Chlorinated Pool

Posted on: 12 January 2015

Chlorinated swimming pools are not free of all germs. Some stubborn microbes may remain, and together with the chlorine, may cause eye damage if you don't protect your eyes while swimming. The extent of the damage depends on a number of factors, such as your duration of swimming and the level of chemicals in the pool. Here are some of the more common eye damages that you may experience: Infection Due to Damaged Tear Film
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