Like technology? Have trouble remembering to take your medications or just want an easier way to manage them? Sure enough - the Android and Apple app stores are full of health and wellness apps claiming to help with medications. It can sometimes be hard to know which are the best. Below is a list of some of our favorites. Before you jump into, you should know that all mentioned (except for the last one) feature the basics of a medication management app, such as reminders and refill alerts. Instead, we will try to highlight the distinguishing characteristics. All apps mentioned are available for free on iOS and Android.
Sadly, roughly one in eight women in the United States will get breast cancer some time during their life, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Fortunately, when detected and treated early, it can be beat.
Lifestyle changes have been shown to decrease breast cancer risk even in high-risk women. The following four tips are just some things you can do to lower your risk:
It's American Pharmacist Month, which exists to highlight the roll between the pharmacist and patient, and what we can do for you. In honor of this recognition, we've listed a few tips below on how to get the most out of your care:
If you love decorating pumpkins but hate the mess, this craft is for you!
You may have little ones that are old enough to use the tools to carve their own pumpkins, but these clever no-carve pumpkin ideas allow room for a little more creativity (and less cleaning time).
Here are our five favorites adapted from Parents.com:
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