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Tips on How to Reduce Cholesterol Levels

Most people think of the new year as a great opportunity to turn over a new leaf and re-assess their lifestyles. If you are one of those individuals who are interested in finding out how you can reduce your cholesterol levels in order to remain in good shape, these easy, practical steps from Prescription Center … Continue reading

The Latest Cholesterol Guidelines from the Experts

The most anticipated time of the year is here. Many people find the New Year ideal for setting health-related resolutions for themselves and their loved ones. So, to aid you in achieving your goals, your local compounding pharmacy in Union City, New Jersey is sharing the latest cholesterol guidelines set out by the American College … Continue reading

Diabetes Management Tips for the Holidays (Part Two)

The holidays are here, and indulgent foods are everywhere! Are you wondering about how you can keep your blood glucose levels in check this festive holiday season? We at Prescription Center Pharmacy have provided some ways to help you do so in our previous blog article. But there are other strategies you may want to … Continue reading

Diabetes Management Tips for the Holidays (Part One)

Bring on the festivities! While we at Prescription Center Pharmacy recognize that it can be difficult for diabetic patients to stick to their regular meal plans when everyone else is busy splurging on delicious holiday treats, diabetic patients can still set themselves up for success. How? Simple: plan ahead! Your local compounding pharmacy in Union … Continue reading

Anal Cancer – A Rare Form of Cancer You Need to Know About

Anal cancer occurs when cancer cells develop and become benign or malignant tumors in the anal tissues. Anal cancer, though rare, may spread to other body parts. Some of its noncancerous forms may also gradually turn cancerous. There are different forms of anal cancer depending on the kind of tumors that develop. A compounding pharmacy … Continue reading

Understanding the Causes of Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Contrary to popular belief, gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is not a disease. Rather, it is a serious symptom of a digestive disorder. The digestive or GI tract consists of the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, rectum, and anus. Bleeding may occur in any of these regions, but its signs will depend on the location and … Continue reading