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People struggling with unexplained autoimmune symptoms can go years without being diagnosed, and even then are given very little options from mainstream medicine. They're told there is not much, if anything, they can do about their health problems, that their problem is strictly due to genetics. Their only option is to take medications to suppress the immune system or manage symptoms.

Is this true? Are autoimmune conditions solely due to genetics, with no solution? Here is a functional medicine perspective... #autoimmune  

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We all know nutrition provides our bodies with fuel for the day, but what we eat also affects how we power down at night.

Research has found that certain nutrients in food can affect sleep, from how easy it is to fall asleep at a reasonable hour to the quality of rest we get throughout the night. See what you should munch on for better nights and what foods to skip... #nutrition #nutritionmonth #sleep #sleeping  

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Restoring the health of your digestive system is the most important thing you can do for your overall well-being.

Check out these three simple steps to improve digestion and for a smoothie recipe that puts these steps into action...

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Even though it might not feel like it outside, it's officially spring! That means it's time to stock up on your allergy medication, so you're all set for when your allergies kick in. Stop by New Drug Loftor visit our online store to get your full supply of Flonase Allergy Relief, which is now available over-the-counter. #flonase  

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Keith Smith, MD is the founder of The Surgery Center of Oklahoma, and he employs a cutting-edge approach to health care in every sense of the word. His group took the courageous step of creating a third-party independent, concierge practice where the patient pays for services directly to the doctor, and in cash. Some people might balk at the idea, but Dr. Smith believes he can offer his patients more personal, high quality care and at a much lower price.

This interview discusses this new, emerging model to providing health services, and why, if you are a doctor or patient, you should take a closer look at the future of market-driven care.

To our Google+ audience, we would like to know what you think. Are you going to do more research on this new health care model or do you think it's preposterous? #healthcare  

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Our owner, Gopesh, recently finished his second blog for Pharmacy Times. This blog focuses on how pharmacists can help patients who suffer from low testosterone (low T). Low T is often overlooked because its symptoms are mirrored by other conditions like depression, thyroid disorders, or aging.

Even if you aren’t a pharmacist, we highly encourage you to read this blog because education and being aware are the first steps to helping yourself or someone you know who might suffer from low T. #lowtestosterone   #hormones

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Be sure to check out the latest products we added to our online store! #rogaine #flonase #viviscal  

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Honey and dark chocolate are two guilt-free treats that have tons of positive benefits. Find out what these benefits are in this infographic...

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"Women with close male relatives with prostate cancer are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer, a new study confirms. These findings, from the large Women's Health Initiative, reinforce the results of a 1994 study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, the authors write.

"This is not the first study to examine this relationship, but it is one of the larger to date, if not the largest study," said lead author Jennifer L. Beebe-Dimmer of Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit.

Cancer is a disease of the DNA, she said, and family clustering indicates that breast and prostate cancers may have genes in common." To read the rest of this article, click the link below. #breastcancer #prostatecancer #cancer  

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To give you a better sense of what's behind the various boxes and bottles on your drugstore shelf, here are some of the basic differences (and, frankly, similarities) between some of the most popular OTC pain meds on the market. #OTC  
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