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Prevent and Restore Health
Both Patients and Doctors Practicing Integrative Medicine, Focusing on Prevention and Regeneration Through Lifestyle Approach and Nutrition, is a Much-Needed Paradigm Shift in Healthcare.
“Our healthcare system is in critical condition. Worse than it’s ever been before.”Patients deserve to have access to credible health information, supplements, as well as affordable prescription medications, or proven complementary and alternative therapies, which may often be safer and more effective. ” Dr. Joseph Mosquera, SuReceta Co-Founder.
Natural Remedies For A Sore Throat That Work Fast
It’s that time of year. Everyone has a sore throat. Sore throats are commonly triggered by the fluctuations in temperature brought by the winter season, but sore throats are also a common symptom experienced due to a variety of conditions. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine: “Your throat is a tube that carries food […]Read More
Suing for Malpractice: When You Should & How to Do it
Healthcare & Insurance
When something goes wrong with your medical care or the outcome of a procedure is not the one that was expected, some people investigate how to sue a doctor to recover compensation for their injuries and damages. However, not every treatment error is a good candidate for a medical malpractice case. A 2016 report published […]Read More
Do you know the warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurological disease that affects over 5.5 million Americans over the age of 65. Alzheimer’s is more than just a tragic disease, however. It is also an international pandemic that is expected to see an increase in cases, from 47 million worldwide to over 135 million, by 2050. The cost of […]Read More
Spanish-Language Hotline for Hispanics with General Health Questions
Health Phone Hotline
Have general medical questions you need answered now? Dial 866-SU-FAMILIA The HHS has a Spanish-language health helpline for Hispanics called “Su Familia.” The toll-free helpline, 866-SU-FAMILIA, was developed and is operated by the National Alliance for Hispanic Health. It is designed to provide Hispanic families with basic health information that helps prevent and manage chronic […]Read More
7 Natural Ways to Get Rid Of Warts For Good
No – you can’t get warts from kissing toads, but you can get rid of them by using natural treatments. Warts are small, fleshy, benign bumps on the skin that are caused by different strains of the human papillomavirus, or HPV, according to the U.S. Library of Medicine (NIH). Turns out warts are a very […]Read More
Vitamin Supplements: How Long It Takes To Feel Effects & Why
Have you ever wondered how long it takes to feel the effects of a vitamin or supplement you swallow? It turns out, the length of time it will take for you to feel the effects of a supplement depends on a lot of factors. The 3 Most Common Nutrient Deficiencies The three most common nutrients […]Read More
Amino acid and saline shortage continues months after Hurricane Maria
It’s been over 100 days since Hurricane Maria made landfall, but Puerto Rican prescription drug manufacturers are still experiencing drug shortages. The saline shortage and amino acid shortage, though improving, is still a great work in progress. The US Food and Drug Administration is working tirelessly to assist in improving the productivity of drug manufacturers in […]Read More
Name-Brand Versus Generic Medications: Big Difference?
The world of prescription medications can be hard to navigate, but it’s so important that you know what you are putting into you body and how those drugs will affect you. And it’s not as simple as picking up a prescribed medication and BAM your cured— you have options regarding the medicine you take. Many […]Read More
How to find the lowest prescription price with or without insurance
Healthcare & Insurance
It’s a question we find we’re all asking a lot lately – how much does a prescription cost? The answer? It varies. Prescription drug costs vary widely, mainly because there are so many brands and generics out there. That’s not the only reason though. We’ll cover other reasons for why drug prices vary, but we’ll […]Read More
Ever wonder why pill bottles are orange? Here’s your answer.
It’s something you don’t really think of, until someone asks the question. Why are pill bottles orange? Pill bottles are translucent orange to mimic amber-colored bottles that used to be used years ago. The orange coloring helps keep UV light from damaging the medications that are kept inside the bottle. Medications can be photosensitive, meaning […]Read More
A Doctor’s Take On Mental Illness, Gun Violence, and Hispanics
Following the tragic and deadly shooting that recently took place inside Ft. Lauderdale InternationalAirport, it became clear that the gunman, Esteban Santiago, was struggling with mental illness. Early reports disclosed he was able to carry a gun even after voluntarily seeking mental help in Alaska. Clearly, public safety needs better laws governing gun ownership with […]Read More
How to Prevent Prediabetes From Becoming Type 2 Diabetes
Getting diagnosed with prediabetes can be scary. After all, prediabetes is an indication that you could develop type 2 diabetes, increasing your risk of heart disease or a stroke if you don’t make some serious lifestyle changes. But If your doctor or healthcare practitioner tells you that you have prediabetes, you should actually consider yourself […]Read More
Women’s Health: The Medical Screenings & Tests Every Woman Should Have
In honor of Women’s National Health and Fitness day, I’ve put together a list of all the health screenings women should have through the decades. After all, exercise isn’t the only preventive medicine to keep women healthy and happy. Routine health screenings are important too. They make a woman’s ability to keep tabs on health a […]Read More
First Aid: Treating Minor Cuts and Scrapes at Home
Minor cuts and scrapes from everyday injuries can usually be treated at home and don’t require a costly trip to the ER. But with antibiotic-resistant infections on the rise, minor cuts could turn fatal. In fact, antibacterial ointments may be one of the factors behind the spread of an especially lethal strain of MRSA (methicillin-resistant […]Read More
The Health Benefits of Honey: 8 Reasons Why Winnie-The-Pooh Is A Nutritional Guru
It’s time to take a page out of Winnie-the-Pooh’s book for nutritional advice and talk about honey. Honey is indeed a sweet, tasty snack, but it is so much more than just a sweetener. In fact, honey has been used by humans for countless health benefits for the past 2500 years, and was even referred to as […]Read More