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Type 2 Diabetes Has Just Met Its Match – Welcome to HabitNu

Diabetes affects nearly 10% of the US population. 89 million, one in three of the adult population in the USA is pre-diabetic (at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes). Currently, more than 30 million people suffer from the condition, although one in four don’t even know they have it. Of those, 90%-95% involve the “type 2” version... (Read more)
medication therapy management

All You Need to Know about Medication Therapy Management Program (MTM)

In recent years, medication therapy management (MTM) has been a hot topic in pharmacology. As a patient-centric approach, MTM aims to bridge the gap between pharmacists and patients, maximizing outcomes for both. MTM is an umbrella term used to describe a variety of services such as pharmacotherapy consultation, anticoagulation management, health and wellness programs, immunizations... (Read more)
Influenza protection

How To Protect Yourself From Influenza

As the holidays approach, so does the flu. While we’re busy eating turkey, hosting family and exchanging gifts, this highly contagious influenza virus spreads through homes, workplaces, and schools. The flu can cause complications such as dehydration, pneumonia, infections and, even, death. Yet many Americans continue to put themselves at risk through flu season. To... (Read more)
Flu V/s Cold - How do know which one you are suffering from?

Do I Have A Cold Or The Flu?

It’s that time of year. Social events, cold weather, family gatherings and the inevitable stress often bring symptoms like a sore throat or body aches. However, you are unsure if you have the flu. If you should go to the doctor. Common cold symptoms and signs of the flu often look very similar. After years of... (Read more)
mesothelioma, a rare type of Cancer

Friday Facts: Things Everyone Should Know About Mesothelioma

According to the American Cancer Society, cancer is an umbrella term used to describe a collection of diseases which are identified by the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells. Although 87% of U.S. cancer diagnoses are in individuals 50 years of age or older, there are certain lifestyle factors that are known to increase the risk... (Read more)