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Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Reading Time: 3 minutes Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – What you need to know. Who does ED affect? ED can be an embarrassing and challenging problem for men. Athough this disorder is highly age dependent, it affects men of all ages. Up to 10% of men below the age of 40, 20% at the age of 40, and increases every decade until 50% are affected by the age of 70. It affects approximately 50% of men during their lifetime..
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Sick Days

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sick Days are Important for Your Health. You realize that you’re feeling sick, or just not feeling yourself, and probably should take a sick day, but don’t. Right? A sick day is often thought of as a last resort when a headache or cold symptoms have us feeling tired or unable to focus on work. Employees feel pressure to go to work for many reasons. They may even feel guilt for calling in sick..

Prescription Refills

Reading Time: 3 minutes Prescription Refill IMPORTANCE OF MEDICATION REFILLS Studies and surveys have demonstrated that over half of the prescription medicines dispensed in the United States are not taken as prescribed and 24% of patients do not keep up with their refills. Nonadherence to a provider recommended medication regimen, as well as not keeping up with timely refills, can be detrimental to one’s health, especially for people with cardiovascular risk factors and/or diabetes. What’s a Prescription Refill?.
Woman with a urinary tract infection (UTI) or bladder infection holding her lower stomach appearing to be in pain

UTI 101:  Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Reading Time: 3 minutes Urinary Tract Infection Each year, urinary tract infections (UTIs) cause more than 8 million visits to healthcare providers and are one of the most common bacterial infections. At best, a UTI is a short-lived and painful inconvenience, but left untreated, these infections can spread, causing much larger problems. Formerly, medical providers could only treat these infections at an office visit. Telemedicine now provides an avenue for expedited treatment! Telemedicine helps reduce the number of.