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The Basics on Compliance Packaging

Compliance packaging is a great way for you to organize your medication. It can be helpful to keep everything in one place, to know what medication you need to take, and when you need to take it. Through compliance packaging or blister packaging, we can make taking meds simple and hassle-free. So how does it … Continue reading

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Convenience with Pharmacy Delivery

Whether you are looking for medical supplies in Canada or if you simply do not feel like going out to pick up your medication, then our pharmacy delivery may be the best answer for you. Shoprite Pharmacy is a pharmacy in Ontario that offers reliable, fast, and easy pharmacy delivery services. There are a number … Continue reading

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Helpful Medicines that You Should Keep in Hand During the Summer Season

June is here, and it is that time of the year again. Open skies, azure seas, and salty breezes. Yes, it’s official, summer is at hand! Are you ready for your very own getaway? If not, better start packing and never forget the essentials. Summer is hot, and it can get even hotter. Due to … Continue reading

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Pharmaceutical Breakthroughs this 2017 that will Amaze Canada

Canadians are statistically one of the healthiest races in the world. Accordingly, the state’s Chief Public Health Officer confirms back in 2016 that almost 90% of the citizens are considered healthy. Evidence to that is the long life expectancy of the Canadians. The life of a Canadian may last for an average of 82 years. … Continue reading

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Canada May Save Billions of Dollars through Expanded Pharmaceutical Services

There are 5 things our country is known for: (1) maple, (2) winter, (3) our hot prime minister, (4) “nice and polite” Canadians and (5) hockey. But among all these 5, we will not argue that free healthcare is the coolest of the bunch. However, we cannot make one of our citizen’s primary needs free … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Special: The Link between a Mom’s Healthy Diet and her Child’s Liver Health

Did you know that the diet of your mom during the time of your conception may bring influence on the health of your liver? Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD is a serious health issue in the world. And what is worst is that it is a growing problem in this present day and age. … Continue reading

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3 Things to Remember When Taking Antidepressants

So many people battle against depression nowadays. There are several factors that are causing this, and without proper intervention, can lead to some health risks that need immediate medical attention. Medical professionals recommend different treatment methods to be administered to people who are suffering from either short-term or long-term depression. Along with the treatments they … Continue reading

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Controlling Birth: The Major Benefits Of Taking Pills

Our Pharmacy in Ontario has several loyal female customers who keep on buying contraceptives to control birth. However, we want to make sure that these people know what they are buying before we give it to them. One of the most in-demand female contraceptives is birth control pill. Ever since, this contraceptive is known to … Continue reading

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What’s New with Oral Anticoagulants?

Oral anticoagulants are created to prevent the increase or occurrence of unwanted blood clots. Compared to Warfarin, novel oral anticoagulants (NOACs) don’t require frequent monitoring and have less intra- and inter-patient variability. Although issues exist between these medications, NOACs have overall similar indications like reducing the risk of systematic embolism and stroke as well as … Continue reading

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Opioid Medicines Not Safely Stored in Homes, a Survey Reveals

A study conducted by researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health revealed that most prescription of opioid drugs kept in homes that have kids aren’t safely stored. A survey was conducted on 681 adults who used opioid pain relievers in 2016 with kids age 17 years and younger. Of these subjects, only 31% … Continue reading

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