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March 2022 - GymFitly - Health and Fitness

Month: March 2022

MAC Lung Disease: Managing a chronic lung disease during the COVID-19 pandemic

The past few years have reinforced the importance of overall health, particularly respiratory health. For those living with a chronic lung illness, such as Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) lung disease, taking precautions against respiratory illnesses is nothing new. However, for those living with MAC lung disease, the pandemic has reinforced how critical it is to …

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Navigating High Cholesterol Management Through a Health Crisis

Almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, people have adjusted to the “new normal,” finding ways to safely continue to work, socialize and manage their health. But while many have managed to keep their health routines at the top of their priority list, a national survey conducted in late 2021 by research vendor SurveyHealthcareGlobus and …

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Aspirin 101: What You Need To Know About This Foundational Therapy

There is no more familiar item in your medicine cabinet than a bottle of aspirin. In fact, aspirin has been sold for over a century as an over-the-counter medication and millions of people take aspirin. Aspirin is used to help treat pain associated with headaches and arthritis, and for fever reduction. People also take low …

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For Individuals with Prostate Cancer, “Creating Space” During Radiation Treatment Could Make All the Difference

Three years ago, Alex Lamb, an active retiree just shy of 80 years old, was happily preparing for a big move to be closer to his son. Then he received a prostate cancer diagnosis. “It was a total shock to me. I found out by going in for a regular check-up,” said Alex, who didn’t …

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The Powerful Relationship Between Patient and Provider When Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and unpredictable disease of the central nervous system (CNS) and is thought to be an immune-mediated disorder, in which the immune system attacks healthy tissue in the CNS. Erika, who works in Government and Public Affairs, was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS (RMS) six years ago. All forms of MS, …

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Could importing medicine save you money? 5 facts about personal prescription importation

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of having access to safe, reliable and affordable medications. This is especially critical for Americans with underlying medical conditions who struggle to afford medications. To offset rising drug costs, many Americans import pharmaceutical drugs from Canada and other international pharmacies. According to the Campaign for Personal Prescription Importation …

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Frustrated with acne? A first-of-its-kind prescription cream recently became available

Did you know that acne is the most prevalent skin disease, affecting up to 50 million Americans?1 If you are one of the millions of people who have “acne vulgaris,” a skin condition commonly known as “acne,” you may have already tried a number of over-the-counter (OTC) products. While some OTC products may help in …

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