Monthly Archive: February 2017

Feb 28

Pregnancy Nutrition and Diet

Pregnancy is the most beautiful and memorable phase in a woman’s life. However, it is also a time of increased nutritional needs in order to support the developing fetus and to allow for the changes occurring in the mother’s body. The growing baby gets all its nourishment from its mother through the umbilical cord, so …

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Feb 26

Building Your Knowledge Base On Antioxidant Nutrition

Antioxidant is a broad term used to describe a group of minerals, vitamins, carotenoids and polyphenols. They protect the body from cell-damaging free radicals. Vitamins A, E, C and the mineral selenium are well known antioxidants. Lutein, lycopene and beta-carotene are carotenoids that have high antioxidant nutrition and give many vegetables and fruits their color. …

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Feb 26

How To Uses The Options Brought About By A Sterile Compounding Pharmacy

A Sterile compounding pharmacy is about keeping the medicines and other medicinal potions and tablets sterile along with the injections that have to be administered at hospitals to potential patients. A sterile compounding pharmacy has the responsibility to take care of the people free from infection and take care of the day to day medicinal …

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Feb 25

Pharmacy Books A Primary Source Of Knowledge

Books are always a primary source of knowledge, no matter whatever may be the extent of use of internet and other secondary sources. Books in all subjects are released in revised editions to keep up with the changes and newer research being done in various fields to make it more progressive. One such field that …

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Feb 25

How To Succeed In An Online Pharmacy Technician Training Course

Taking an online pharmacy technician training course is a great option that allows people to start a new career while still taking care of other commitments. However, some people find that they have difficulty learning outside of a traditional classroom setting. Anyone can be successful in an online pharmacy training course if they keep a …

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Feb 17

Potential To Decrease Transfusion Rates Following Arthroplasty

Perioperative bleeding is always a major concern in orthopaedics, particularly in major joint replacement surgery. It not only poses major risks to the patients, but also leads to additional costs. Antifibrinolytics (agents that inhibit degradation of fibrin clots) have long been used to reduce perioperative bleeding in other areas such as cardiac and spine surgery. …

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Feb 17

Automated Pharmacy System Create High Standard Safety And Cut Cost

If anybody who is running any pharmacy want to gain customers loyalty and respect then he/she needs to provide services in the most professional and efficient manner. So in order to achieve to upgrading the working system is very important. Pharmacies can retain a faithful following of customers just by giving the best possible persona …

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Feb 17

Surgery With Music – FAQ’s

Are you having surgery? Are you scared of the pain, the anesthesia, the time off work, the side-effects of all the medications you’ll be given? These are all common, and VALID concerns. Surgery is serious business, but there are times that it really must be done to improve quality of life, to prolong life, or …

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Feb 17

Weight Loss !!! through Cellular Nutrition Technology !!!

Click Here!!!”>Most people do not get enough nutrition. The foods we eat have been depleted of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, and are often laced with toxins. The Cellular Nutrition program provides everything out body needs to maintain good health and vitality. Because of bad eating habits, pollution, alcohol, tobacco, toxins and stress, our bodies cannot …

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Feb 15

C Vitamin

A Guide to the C Vitamin The c vitamin has got to be the most widely known vitamin these days. It is not surprising because the body needs c vitamin for over 300 functions. In fact, the c vitamin has been proved to help protect against heart disease, cancer and other serious illnesses. Without the …

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