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Summer will be here before you know it, and with it comes vacation and travel. However, if you take prescription medications on a daily basis this can be a bit of a challenge. So, let’s spend a few moments and talk about traveling with your medication. After all, if your luggage is lost, so is your medicine. Plus, there are several other things you need to be mindful of as well.  more

It’s no secret, most lactation experts encourage breast feeding for mothers, particularly if they are physically able. The reason? Simply put, a mother’s milk is like super food for an infant. Breast milk contains proteins, antioxidants and a host of other beneficial health ingredients that are super easy for babies to process.  more

Millions of people suffer from wounds that fail to heal properly each year. The result is an economic impact of just over $25 billion each year.  And to clarify, this does not factor in the number of patients who seek immediate treatment for acute wounds. Thankfully, compounded medication can help with both aspects. Here are 3 reasons you should consider compounded medicine as part of your wound care treatment plan.  more

When excess uric acid builds up in the body it can cause swelling or pain in the joints of your feet. This medical condition is known as gout (typically affecting middle aged to elderly individuals), and it is sometimes nasty. Gout pain can make your feet feel as if they are on fire. The attacks are intense and can manifest at the most inopportune times. more

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act set forth in 1996 created national privacy standards for your health information. The goal of the act was to protect individual health information from falling into the wrong hands. At the heart of the act was an effort to put patients in control of their personal health information. HIPAA gave them more control. So what type of information is  protected?  more

Compounding has been proven useful for sports medicine. In fact, it’s in high demand. The reason stems from the fact physicians and sports trainers find compounded medicines to be far better than traditional commercial formulations. The reason for this is compounded medicines can be customized to a specific dose, number of active ingredients, method of administration, and absorption among other factors.  more

Thousands of children in the United States are diagnosed with autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As such, these children can have very specific sensory processing issues/preferences which makes daily life more difficult than it is for the average person. For instance, certain textures might bother them, colors or tones, maybe they have a preference for certain tastes, or avoid things altogether if they are perceived as extremely uncomfortable.  more