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Compounding Pharmacy | XL Health Blog

5 Benefits a Compounding Pharmacy Provides

Posted on 18. Apr, 2017 by .

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Pharmacy compounding has been around for many years, yet people are just now rediscovering what can happen when art meets science. A compounding pharmacist takes medication dispensing to a new level by mixing active ingredients to create medicine that is tailored to fit your specific needs. While prompt service and professionalism are always important when […]

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Health Benefits of After Hour Clinics | XL Health Blog

Health Benefits of After Hour Clinics

Posted on 27. Oct, 2016 by .

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A survey of primary care physicians in the United States revealed that only 29 percent of these health care providers had made regular arrangements for the treatment of their patients after hours. This statistic and lengthy wait times in emergency rooms have fueled the proliferation of After Hours clinics. The expansion of these clinics meets […]

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Stock Your Kitchen With These Five Super-foods

Posted on 12. May, 2016 by .

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Instead of starting up a new fad diet or exercise program, you may want to take a fresh look at superfoods. Read ahead for a quick glimpse of five great food products that should be in everyone’s kitchen.   Seaweed Unlike most of the plants that are grown on land, seaweed is full of omega-3 […]

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GLOBALGAP Certification | XL Health Blog

The Advantages of GLOBALGAP Certification for Farmers and Food Producers

Posted on 02. May, 2016 by .

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If you are a farmers or food grower then you likely have many pressures from retailers, consumers and legislators to produce food using environmentally safe practices. You may be required to demonstrate that you use farming and production methods that decrease the effect of farming on the sea and land environment. Many environmental groups are […]

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How Global G.A.P. Certification Helps to Prevent Foodborne Illnesses | XL Health Blog

How Global G.A.P. Certification Helps to Prevent Foodborne Illnesses

Posted on 08. Mar, 2016 by .

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Many commercial kitchen managers are concerned about food safety when working with meat products, but produce food safety is also vitally important. In order to maintain the safety of produce such as vegetables, fruits and grains, it is a good idea for restaurant managers to provide training in the proper handling of food. Global G.A.P. […]

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Zika Virus | XL Health Blog

What is the Zika Virus?

Posted on 04. Mar, 2016 by .

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There is a mosquito-borne illness that many individuals in the United States are concerned about because it frequently causes serious complications. The Zika virus was first identified in Africa in Uganda. This disease was common in the Zika Forest during the 1940s, leading to symptoms that are similar to the signs that people experience with […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder | XL Health Blog

Have the Winter Blues? You May Have Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted on 12. Feb, 2016 by .

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects anywhere from one to ten percent of those living in the United States each year. As the days grow shorter and colder during fall and winter, people who have SAD become depressed. New research has brought more attention to the disorder and has brought help with new treatments. Symptoms Symptoms […]

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My Body Transformation – Weight Loss and the Paleo Diet

Posted on 05. Feb, 2016 by .

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* I lost 34 pounds in the past four months. I went from 223 pounds down to 189 (and I’m still losing weight). At 31, I’m in the best shape of my life. I look great, have more confidence, and have actually been dating a lot more (that’s really the best part, lol). A lot […]

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Zika Virus | XL Health Blog

Key Things To Know About The Zika Virus

Posted on 03. Feb, 2016 by .

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What is the Zika Virus? The Zika virus is a type of virus that is spread through mosquito bites. Outbreaks of the Zika virus have been reported in Southeast Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands. There have been a few cases reported in the United States. However, the people in the United States who were […]

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