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Warning Signs of Food Poisoning

According to the CDC, different classifications of foodborne diseases have different symptoms. However, people who contract foodborne diseases usually exhibit the following symptoms:

1. Nausea, vomiting

2. Diarrhea

3. Stomach cramps

4. An upset stomach

5. Fever

Symptoms can range from mild to life-threatening, depending on the type of germs you swallowed. Don't hesitate to give us a call if you require meds for food poisoning.

#FoodPoisoning #Signs #FinchPharmacyInc
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Have a Heart-Healthy Valentine's Day

It is important to remember that eating your meals constitutes only one part of your day. So, with Valentine's Day not only being about delicious food, try to create a more memorable February 14 by taking up the following heart-healthy activities:

1. Ice skating

2. Dance lessons

3. Rock-wall climbing

4. Yoga

5. Biking

#HappyValentinesDay #HeartHealthyActivities #FinchPharmacyInc
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Happy Valentine's Day

Your beloved may hold the keys to your heart, but exercise and a healthy diet are the keys to a healthier you! Celebrate love and life this Valentine's Day by keeping your heart and health in mind.

#HappyValentinesDay #HealthyDiet #FinchPharmacyInc
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Food Poisoning: When Should You See Your Doctor?

Individuals who develop a foodborne illness usually get better without needing medical treatment. However, the CDC recommends seeing your doctor if you have severe food poisoning, including:

• Blood in your stool
• High fever of over 101.5°F (measured orally)
• Diarrhea for more than three days
• Frequent vomiting
• Signs of dehydration (e. g., an obvious decrease in urination, feeling dizzy when one tries to stand up, and a very dry throat)

#FoodPoisoning #FinchPharmacyInc
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Heart Health Month

Chocolate seems to be the food of focus every Valentine's Day, but why not try indulging in other foods that have added health benefits? With February also being Heart Health Month, incorporate some red foods packed with cardioprotective nutrients into your diet! Foods such as the following go a long way in keeping your heart healthy, according to Finch Pharmacy, Inc:

• Tomatoes
• Red bell peppers
• Strawberries, cranberries
• Cherries
• Red beans

#HeartHealthMonth #FinchPharmacyInc
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Protect Yourself from Food Poisoning

People often want to make sure that they impress their dates when going out for a special lunch or dinner. However, we urge you to be mindful of food hygiene, too, when enjoying your romantic meals out.

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Eyedrops for Glaucoma

“Beta-blockers were at one time the drugs of first choice in treating glaucoma. These drugs work by decreasing fluid (aqueous) production in the eye and now are often prescribed as an adjunct to or in combination with prostaglandins.

These eye drops have the potential to reduce heart rate and may cause adverse side effects in individuals with certain heart problems, lung problems (such as emphysema), diabetes, depression or other conditions. For these reasons, make sure you discuss your medical history in detail with your eye doctor before using beta-blockers.”

(Source: www.allaboutvision.com)

#Glaucoma #FinchPharmacy
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Causes of Birth Defects

While some birth defects are pretty much harmless, there are instances of birth defects that require long-term medical treatment. They are usually caused by genetics, infections during pregnancy, lifestyle choices and behaviors, and exposure to certain chemicals or medications. They may even be caused by a mix of all these factors.

As an organization offering excellent pharmaceutical services, we at Finch Pharmacy, therefore, remind you to be wary of taking in medicines without consulting your healthcare providers beforehand if you're pregnant.

#BirthDefects #FinchPharmacy
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The Importance of Winter Sports Brain Injury Prevention

Millions of individuals in the U.S. participate in winter sports every year. While these sports can be thrilling and fun, you need to make sure that you take steps to avoid brain injury.

#BrainInjuryPrevention #FinchPharmacyInc
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Common Birth Defects

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