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By its nature, capturing the “big picture” about a universal health issue, like trends in COVID-19 infection rates, involves collecting, collating, and analyzing a lot of data from many sources. Sometimes, by the time it’s all put together, the
Many people regard the skin as simply an outer casing whose main task is to hold everything inside the body. That’s often the case until something goes wrong. The skin is a highly specialized and vital organ that performs
I recently conducted a very informal survey with our staff here at IsraelPharm and asked them a simple question: what healthcare subject are our customers most interested in? 8 out of 10 responded quickly and unequivocally: weight-loss medications. What
When my eight-year-old son was first diagnosed with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) , it was a turning point in our lives. In one way, the ADHD diagnosis shed light on a wide range of his behaviors and challenges that were
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Many years ago, my then five-year-old son was diagnosed as asthmatic. This was a major shock; at that time, effective treatments were only just starting to appear on the broader market. Our earliest signs were that our family doctor
We are celebrating the start of the new Jewish year here at IsraelPharm, and it’s a perfect time to highlight some of the best articles about health we published this past year; great content deserves to be celebrated. As
Each September, the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) declares a World Sexual Health Awareness Day to raise awareness about the importance of sexual health, rights, justice, and pleasure for all. The 2023 theme for World Sexual Health Day
As summer wanes and temperatures moderate, our focus naturally moves from the unprecedented extreme temperatures that have created dangerous weather in so many parts of the country. As healthy as it is to move forward, it is important to
“Extreme weather with high winds” no longer automatically means snowy blizzards battering homes and schools and causing massive power blackouts. It can just as easily conjure up images of melting asphalt on the roads and power blackouts caused by
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to be the leading cause of death among adults in America, not only because of its direct effect on the heart (through heart attacks
Often in the world of medicine, progress is made in unexpected ways. Researchers sometimes find solutions to problems not by carefully planned experiments but by happy accidents. A prime example of this is in recent advancements in treating heart
Osteoporosis is a silent disease. In most other conditions, people may notice signals the body sends, indicating something isn’t quite right. But when developing osteoporosis, the condition doesn’t rear its head until an external event causes a catastrophic outcome.
Phosphatidylserine (PS) has captured the attention of the medical and wellness communities. It is safe to say it’s “trending” after Dr. Andrew Huberman, professor at Stanford, and host of the wildly popular podcast, Huberman Lab, researched its effects as
The transition for most women into menopause is characterized by a complex interplay of hormonal changes, most notably involving estrogen and progesterone. Understanding these transitions is vital because of their profound impact on a woman’s vaginal health, sex life,
Diagnosing and treating clinical depression, also known as Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), involves a comprehensive evaluation since no single test definitively identifies it, and there are several options for treating people once a diagnosis has been reached. You can
Simply put. The answer is yes. Prior to 2018, a pharmaceutical company based in Israel known as Enzymotec produced a very effective oral medication known as Vayarin. It was relied upon as an effective treatment for children affected by
In May 2023, the FDA allowed the treatment of heart failure with Farxiga (dapagliflozin), a sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitor. The first SGLT2 inhibitor to be FDA-approved was Invokana (canagliflozin) in March 2013, followed by the approval of Farxiga
Like most other websites that share resources about common medications and the conditions they treat, we tend to concentrate primarily on health – healthcare, disorders, diseases, treatment or cures, medication developments, and many other aspects of healthcare. But there
As people become more aware of the potentially harmful effects of high-fat food and high cholesterol levels on their health, there is a general feeling that it’s all to do with self-control and willpower and that anyone diagnosed with
Body changes that start with menopause can significantly impact the quality of a woman’s life, affecting her physical and emotional well-being. Recently, doctors have started using the term genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM), replacing vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis.
For most people, when they hear the word “fat,” it immediately brings up negative emotions. But the truth of the matter is that not all body fat is bad! In modern times, the Western idea of the ideal body
What is Zoomind? Zoomind is a dietary supplement, in capsule form, that delivers phosphatidylserine, L-Tyrosine, and Omega-3. Zoomind was formulated to promote clarity and focus and support symptoms of ADHD in adults and children. Zoomind is an over-the-counter dietary
Menopausal women have experienced more severe, persistent, and frequent illnesses that may be attributable to life post-COVID-19 infection. Long COVID and menopause has become an area needing special attention, because of the large numbers of women who are now
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