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Medical conditions and diseases have significant impacts on your life. They affect millions of people every year and result in billions of dollars in medical expenses.
Maybe you’ve lived with a chronic health condition your entire life, or maybe you’ve recently developed a new medical condition. Either way, you need resources to learn more about how to treat and manage your condition. RxLess is here to help.
A medical condition impacts your life whether you are healthy and well or sick. Examples of medical conditions include celiac disease, high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or psoriasis.
A disease negatively impacts your health and changes specific functions of your body. Examples of diseases include heart disease, thyroid disease, diabetes, or cancer.
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No matter how medical condition or disease affects your health, early detection and treatment are key to living a long, healthy life. Our blog explains health conditions in ways that are easy to understanding, highlighting the symptoms of the condition and ways you can make lifestyle changes to improve your health.
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Join us this August for Psoriasis Awareness Month as we enhance understanding, debunk myths, and empower those affected with crucial information.Read more - Get to Know Psoriasis Better This August: Psoriasis Awareness Month 2023
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May is National Blood Pressure Education Month, a time to learn more about hypertension, its management, and the lifestyle changes.Read more - National Blood Pressure Education Month: Raising Awareness and Taking Action Against Hypertension
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National Autism Awareness Month is an important time to raise awareness about autism and to promote acceptance and understanding of individuals with autism.Read more - National Autism Awareness Month: What You Need to Know
The American Diabetes Association observes Diabetes Alert Day every year on the fourth Tuesday in March to raise awareness about the seriousness of diabetes.Read more - American Diabetes Alert Day - March 28th
March is Multiple Sclerosis education and awareness month. A time for people to gain accurate information and a better understanding of the disease.Read more - Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week helps educate people about eating disorders and provides resources to those affected by them.Read more - National Eating Disorders Awareness Week – What You Should Know
“Tripledemic” is the term used to refer to the co-existence of influenza, COVID-19, and respiratory syncytial virus. Here’s what you should know.Read more - What You Need to Know About the Tripledemic
National Glaucoma Awareness Month is observed in January to educate people about glaucoma, its causes, and available treatments.Read more - Glaucoma Awareness Month: What should I know?
There are two primary ways to treat nausea: medication and home remedies. Keep reading to find out what you can take and do to relieve nausea.Read more - How to Relieve Nausea - Medications and Home Remedies
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Normal temperature is between 97.6 F to 99.6 F for adults. Higher than that may be a sign of an illness or infection. Keep reading to find out more.Read more - What temperature is considered a fever?
National Cholesterol Education Month is observed from September 1. Read on to learn more about cholesterol, its dangers, and what you can do.Read more - National Cholesterol Education Month 2022
World Asthma Day and Allergy and Asthma Awareness Month are this May. Learn about these events and how RxLess can help!
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April is National Autism Awareness Month. Celebrate it by learning about the disorder and how to save money on any prescriptions you may need to treat it.Read more - Learn About Autism To Honor National Autism Awareness Month
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GERD is an acid reflux disorder that affects millions. This GERD Awareness Week, November 21-27 2021, learn the symptoms of GERD and how to treat.Read more - Gerd Awareness Week: What You Need to Know to Stay Healthy
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Learn about how preventive screenings can help boost your chances of a successful recovery.Read more - Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Be Aware, Be Prepared
?Learn about lymphoma, a cancer that impacts cells known as lymphocytes, and how to treat it on World Lymphoma Awareness Day.Read more - What is Lymphoma? Learn More on World Lymphoma Awareness Day
August 1st is World Lung Cancer Day. Keep reading to find out what lung cancer is, how it is treated, and how to prevent it.Read more - World Lung Cancer Day - Lung Cancer Symptoms and Treatments
Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week is dedicated to educating the public about misconceptions and treatments available for the deaf-blind.Read more - Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week June 27 - July 7
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Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder that affects nearly 1 million people in the US alone. March is designated to help bring awareness to MS.Read more - Let's Talk About MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
February is American Heart Month. Learn the causes of heart disease, some medications used to treat it, and steps to improve your heart health.Read more - Keep Your Heart Healthy in American Heart Month
September is Sepsis Awareness Month. Get the scoop on what Sepsis is and how to afford treatment with the coupons and discounts found at RxLess.Read more - Surviving Sepsis: Symptoms and Treatment of a Silent Killer
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