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Many children are not getting the exercise they need, according to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services which recommends at least 60 minutes of physical activity per day. Making exercise a family activity can be more fun for the kids. Visit http://buff.ly/2tRMZjh for a list of ideas such as making an exercise schedule, becoming a members of your local YMCA or visiting your town’s Parks and Recreation Department. Plan vacations and weekends around outdoor activities.

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Lower back pain is one of the most common forms of chronic pain among adults. Most doctors recommend specific exercises that don’t put much strain on your back and can help regain some of your mobility, including partial crunches, hamstring stretches, wall sits, press-up back extensions, knee to chest and others. Visit http://buff.ly/2uLbXgV for more exercises, and talk to our compounding pharmacists today about our topical pain therapy.

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About 50% to 90% of women have stretchmarks, but men can get them, too. Stretch marks can occur for a variety of different reasons such as growth spurts, pregnancy, and weight gain. Our compounding pharmacists can work with you to help improve the appearance of stretch marks. Call us today!
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently issued new guidelines on fruit juice. They recommend zero fruit juice for children under 1 year or age. AAP also stated that toddlers age 1-3 should have a maximum amount of 4 oz. per day, kids ages 4-6 should have 4-6 oz. a day, and children age 7-18 only 8 oz. per day. For more guidelines and tips, visit http://buff.ly/2uqANDh.
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Patients with chronic illnesses or who are nearing the end of life frequently seek relief from problems such as nausea and vomiting, severe constipation, diarrhea, and decubitus ulcers (bedsores). We can work closely with physicians and caregivers to customize medications that meet the needs of each patient so that patients can enjoy precious time with loved ones.
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Have you fallen victim to late night snacks? It’s easy to give in to mindless munching. Stop late-night cravings by always eating breakfast, jam packing your meals with protein and fiber throughout the day to feel fuller longer, and making sure you have a balanced dinner at a reasonable time. Talk to our pharmacist if you have questions about weight management.
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Eating various types of non-fried fish may help reduce joint pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis, according to a study recently published in Arthritis Care and Research. The lead author, Dr. Sara K. Tedeschi, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, noted that the observed reductions in pain and swelling from the lowest to the highest group in fish intake were clinically significant: “The magnitude of the effect is large — about one-third of the expected magnitude of the standard drug treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with methotrexate.” For more information, visit http://buff.ly/2tRZ0FG and, ask our pharmacist about the benefits of fish oil supplements.
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Poorly controlled blood sugar can lead to diabetes complications such as heart disease, kidney disease, retinal damage, or even death. A new study suggests that people with diabetes who take medication as directed and exercise at least four times a week were at a significantly lower risk of poorly controlled blood sugar. Talk to our pharmacist about diabetes management. http://buff.ly/2uLl94W
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Adolescent acne is common and usually caused by hormonal changes in puberty. Adult acne isn’t as common and can be a sign of another underlying health problem. The most common health problem associated with adult acne is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) which affects women around reproductive age. If your doctor has diagnosed these conditions, talk with our pharmacist about treatment options.
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Delicious red and purple foods such as berries, red onions, red grapes, and red cabbage are packed full of nutrition. Red cabbage is extremely versatile and can be eaten raw, fermented, cooked, or used as a food wrap. Red cabbage also fits most diets such as Paleo, low carb, ketogenic, low fat, and vegan, and is a good source of manganese, potassium, and vitamins C, K and A.
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