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FAA Rules to Know If You Have Diabetes

If you’ve diabetes then you need to be aware of the changes made recently to airport security measures by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Below is the list of information that people with diabetes who need to fly with their supplies and equipment within the 50 states of the US, need to know.

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Know Your Medicines Properly!

Every year in the United States, patients experience 1.5 million adverse medication events, where they become sick or need to go back to the hospital because of a problem with the medicine they are taking.

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Tips to Use Eye Medicines Properly

It’s really important to use eye medicines properly to get the most benefit. Looking for the proper ways to use eye medicines? Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered.

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Things You Need To Know About Unapproved Drugs

Unapproved drugs are those drugs that don’t have the required FDA approval. The US Food & Drug agency has several issues with the drugs that are marketed without FDA approval, as it cannot certify whether these drugs will meet the standards for effectiveness, safety, labeling and quality as of FDA approved drugs.

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6 Common Concerns About Childhood Vaccinations

Infants are given various Vaccinations to protect them from harmful diseases.  Many parents are worried about the side effects of vaccinations.  They may ask their Childs health care provider to delay or not give some vaccines.

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What To Do When Your Child Has Fever?

You can’t take chances when your child has a fever, but you shouldn’t panic either. We will help you to find out what you can do to help your child feel better and keep them calm.

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How To Treat Constipation In Children?

Children by nature are finicky.  And in that case as basic as going bathroom gets tricky. While some of the kids have regular bowel movements, some can go two, or even more days without having any bowel movements.

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How You Can Treat Head Lice?

Head louse is a common problem, especially for children. Approx. 6 to 12 million children in the U.S. get head lice each year. Young lice are clear, but on feeding human blood they become reddish brown to black. They’re contagious, annoying, and sometimes tough to get rid of.

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency: Symptoms And Side-Effects

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) is one of the 8 B vitamins that is required for the proper functioning of nerve tissues, red blood cells, and brain. It also regulates and synthesizes DNA. It also plays an important role in synthesis of fatty acids and facilitates energy by absorbing folic acid from the body.

 

 

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