Sexual Matrix: ?Take the Blue Pill?

Sexual Matrix: “Take the Blue Pill” ...

 

Sexual Matrix: “Take the Blue Pill”












New York, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2006

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) occurs in men in any age and many circumstances, despite their sexual habits and preferences. It will hit one out of three men over fifty years of age.

Sexual life should be treated as a part of our lives – as important as others. As it is a crucial part of human existence, we should have specific knowledge of it. Impotence is an embarrassing problem for many men, so they tend to use Internet as it is a discreet way to find information about it and possible solutions.

Undoubtedly, Viagra has revolutionized and influenced the lives of many people. This helpful “blue pill” really put the men to do their job despite ED (Erectile Dysfunction).

How the Viagra works? Why does it change life of millions of men around the globe?

An article that has been published recently – ‘How Viagra works’ – explains in as easy way the nature of male physiology, the problem of ED, and describes the effects of Viagra – a pill that is even more popular on the Internet than Aspirin.

The Manager of Pharmacy Center, Peter Bush, says that through their ‘Pharmacy & Health blog’ they provide people with much relevant information concerning health every day. He also says that this article will inform many men what ‘Impotence’ is, how Viagra and other medicines work and will be able to help to understand the nature of this problem and how to cope with it.

Till sexual condition is an important value, there will be no men of success that is impotent. Any possibility to change this problem will be welcomed in enthusiastic way.

Online Pharmacy PharmacyCenter.org – is the online drugstore for FDA approved prescription medications by means of free online Internet consultation. Our offer includes the most popular medicines available through online ordering.

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Shoppers, Drug Mart and Wal-Mart Introduce New Acne Rosacea Breakthrough

 

Shoppers, Drug Mart and Wal-Mart Introduce New Acne Rosacea Breakthrough












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(PRWEB) December 3, 2007

One of the most common yet often over diagnosed facial rashes is rosacea, a chronic, relapsing and potentially life-disruptive disorder of the facial skin that affects an estimated 14 million Americans. Many patients come to the clinic with redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that may come and go. The disease is more frequently diagnosed in women, but more severe symptoms tend to be seen in men.

Facial burning, stinging and itching are commonly reported by many rosacea patients. Certain rosacea sufferers may also experience some swelling (edema) in the face that may become noticeable as early as the initial stage of the disease. It is also believed that in some patients this swelling process may contribute to the development of excess tissue on the nose (rhinophyma), the condition that gave the late comedian W.C. Fields his trademark nose.

It is often thought that fair-skinned patients who tend to flush or blush easily are believed to be at greatest risk, while in fact facial redness from rosacea is simply more obvious in lighter skin. A normal blush or sunburn may appear the same, as can flushing from medications such as niacin or some antihypertension drugs. Flushing occurs when a large amount of blood flows through vessels quickly and the vessels expand under the skin to handle the flow. However, people with extensive sun damage, certain skin types and even treated rosacea patients can still have a red face or blood vessel streaks, which is often misdiagnosed as active rosacea. This is because visible blood vessels (telangiectasia) not only develop with rosacea (or were likely always there), but there may be some residual persistence of redness from the dilation of blood vessels during active disease. Unfortunately these patients continue their medications unnecessarily while more appropriate treatments include camouflage makeup, sunscreens, a vascular laser, or intense pulsed light source.

Unlike some conditions, there are no histological, serological or other diagnostic tests for rosacea. A thorough examination of signs (appearance of bumps or pimples) and symptoms (redness, flushing, and swelling, burning, itching or stinging) as well as a medical history of potential triggers lead to the diagnosis. The National Rosacea Society suggests that the most common triggers of rosacea were sun exposure, emotional stress, hot or cold weather, wind, alcohol, spicy foods, heavy exercise, hot baths, heated beverages and certain skin-care products. In other words, almost anything that is potentially stimulating is bad news for rosacea. Unfortunately for some, certain conditions such as lupus, seborrheic dermatitis, drug eruptions, and even rare forms of lymphoma can look just like rosacea and are often missed by the untrained eye or worse when the patients are diagnosing themselves.

Rosacea is not an infectious disease, and there is no evidence that it can be spread by contact with the skin or through inhaling airborne bacteria. However, there has long been a theory that parasites in the hair follicles or oil glands or the face can stimulate inflammation by their activity or even their presence. One such organism is the Demodex folliculorum mite, which studies have shown to be more prevalent and active in rosacea patients then in control groups. Early vascular and connective tissue changes probably create a favorable setting for a growth of Demodex folliculorum. This may represent an important cofactor especially in papulopustular rosacea, in which a delayed hypersensitivity reaction is suspected, but it is not the cause of rosacea. On the other hand, clearing rosacea signs after oral tetracycline or sulfur ointment may not affect the resident demodex population.

The incidence of demodex is age related. It was found up to 20 years in about 25%, up to 50 years in about 30%, up to 80 years in about 50% and in all aged 90 or older. In healthy persons, one can find one or more Demodex in every tenth eyelash. This index rise with increasing age. In blepharitis or other external eye diseases, demodex is found in about every sixth eyelash. Therapy of chronic blepharitis in association with demodex may include antibiotics, steroids, Quecksilber 2% or Lindane. Massage of lid margins is essential because local treatment is of no effect as long as the mite remains deep in the pilosebaceous complex.

As rosacea is characterized by flare-ups and remissions, and research has shown that long-term medical therapy significantly increased the rate of remission in rosacea patients, it behooves patients to use a maintenance regimen. In a six-month multicenter clinical study, 42 percent of those not using medication had relapsed, compared to 23 percent of those who continued to apply a topical antibiotic. Therefore, treatment between flare-ups can prevent them. A rosacea facial care routine often starts with a gentle a refreshing cleansing of the face each morning. Sufferers should use a mild soap or cleanser that is not grainy or abrasive, and spread it with their fingertips. A soft pad or washcloth can also be used, but avoid rough washcloths, loofahs, brushes or sponges. The face should be rinsed with lukewarm water several times and blot dry with a thick cotton towel.

A new treatment available is seabuckthorn oil (Hippophae rhamnoides), which is the active ingredient in FACEDOCTOR soap. Its activity is targeted against the mite to reduce the inflammation under the skin and therefore provide relief of the mechanisms that cause the rosacea complex of symptoms. The advantage that patients find with the soap is the elegance of the cleansing vehicle in otherwise sensitive skin, the presence of Vitamin E and aloe Vera which provide additional healing properties, and other active ingredients such as astragalus membraceus and spirodela polyrhiza, useful yeasts that augment the activity of the seabuckthorn oil.

“My patients have found this to be well tolerated and useful either as monotherapy or in addition to their other topical and/or systemic medications. We conducted a small placebo-controlled double-blind study in the office which showed that the majority of patients had a reduction of symptomatic erythema as well as reduction of response to triggers,” says the creator of FACEDOCTOR soap.

In conclusion, this study has demonstrated the Face Doctor line of soaps to be an effective natural weapon against the parasite and therefore the disease.

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Share Results Headed to Affiliate Summit West ’09 in Vegas

 

Share Results Headed to Affiliate Summit West ’09 in Vegas











Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) January 8, 2009

The Share Results team (www.shareresults.com) is headed to Affiliate Summit West (http://www.affiliatesummit.com/09w_agenda.php) in Las Vegas, Jan 11-14 2009. The team will be on hand to meet and network with affiliate and merchants, as well as to cover the event through blogging and video.

“Affiliate Summit is a focal point for the affiliate marketing industry, and we’re looking forward to participating with other attendees,” said Nicky Senyard, CEO of Share Results. “Affiliate Summit offers an opportunity to meet with current partners and build relationships with new ones, and generally participate in the industry on a more dynamic level.”

In addition to educating affiliates about existing opportunities in the Share Results network, the team will also reach out to affiliates with a number of special offers intended to put them ahead of market trends. These offers will span the gamut of the rising verticals, including the family, fashion retail, health and beauty, and insurance.

While affiliates will be able to promote carbon offsets through the 4Offsets affiliate program, the Planning Family affiliate program will allow them to profit from helping new families save money during the recession. Share Results has also secured several prestigious network exclusives, including Education Dynamics, GoNannies and Photobucket.

Affiliates are invited to discuss the latest Share Results merchant opportunities and the variety of placements they support (PPC/search, email, content, co-reg, etc.) to help maximize campaign ROI. Affiliate managers attending Affiliate Summit include Le Nguyen, Maranda Moses, and Kunal Vohra, and those interested scheduling a meeting can contact them by phone (+1 514.849.8595) or email at info @ shareresults.com.

Share Results team member, CT Moore, will also be on hand, conducting video interviews with affiliates and speakers. Anyone interested in scheduling an interview can contact him at chris @ shareresults.com.

For more information on the various merchants in the Share Results network, visit http://www.shareresults.com/featured_merchants.php.

About Share Results

Relationship-oriented affiliate network Share Results works closely with both merchants and affiliate to optimize their marketing campaigns. Dedicated to meeting the unique needs of their partners, they offer three tiers of affiliate marketing solutions: a network of publishers, affiliate programs across several verticals, and affiliate marketing software that’s available for while labeling. Staffed by passionate and hardworking affiliate marketing professionals, Share Results has established partnerships with some of the most trusted and well-established merchants online – including Photobucket, Education Dynamics, and GoNannies.

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Arthritis Drug Returns to TV, While New Study Shows High Risk Cardiac Patients with Osteoarthritis Taking Ibuprofen Have Nine-Fold Increased Heart Attack Risk

 

Arthritis Drug Returns to TV, While New Study Shows High Risk Cardiac Patients with Osteoarthritis Taking Ibuprofen Have Nine-Fold Increased Heart Attack Risk












Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) May 3, 2007

After lengthy hiatus Pfizer is running their Celebrex arthritis drug on TV again after pulling their ads due to the controversy surrounding Merck & Co.’s Vioxx. But instead of launching into the benefits of Celebrex, the narrator of the ad initially explains the risk – including the word “death.” In addition, in the first study of its kind, a team of researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine recently have shown Ibuprofen puts high risk cardiac patients with osteoarthritis at risk for heart attack nine-fold due to drug interaction. It’s no wonder, according to a study from Bayer HealthCare – one of the largest marketers of over-the-counter dietary supplements in the world – that more than 100 million people have searched the Internet for information on dietary and nutritional supplements. What is the consumer to do once their drug has been pulled off the market or they can’t take a simple aspirin or Ibuprofen for joint discomfort?

“Millions of Americans with joint discomfort and arthritis are desperately seeking a natural alternative to harsh pharmaceuticals and anything that can cause drug interaction,” said Ria Romano, PR Manager, LaKOTA-USA. “It has become an issue of trust for the consumer. They are looking for tried and true arthritis dietary supplements and topical solutions they can trust. The LaKOTA brand of products have been leading the way in Canada since 2003 and are trusted by million of Canadians to alleviate their joint discomfort. Americans can look to Canada with great confidence for what works. Best of all, LaKOTA products are conveniently available immediately for U.S. consumers at mass retailers, Walgreens stores, Walgreens.com, CVS.com, and Costco.com,” concluded Romano.

LaKOTA Maximum Strength Joint Care Formula provides 1500 mg per serving of Glucosamine HCL with a proprietary blend of boswellia extract, collagen type II, white willow bark, yucca root, devil’s claw root, sarsaparilla root, feverfew leaf, and bromelain. Taken orally twice daily it helps facilitate the renewal and lubrication of cartilage for both men and women, while promoting joint comfort, range of motion and flexibility. Also available immediately in the U.S. nationwide is the LaKOTA Topical Pain Relieving Gel – Arthritis Formula – which has been Canada’s #1 selling topical pain reliever for arthritis according to ACNielsen 2006, Drug. The topical roll-on provides penetrating pain relief for minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with arthritis, simple backache, strains and sprains.

“LaKOTA products are based on the knowledge of traditional Native American formulas,” Romano continued. “Recent years have shown a surge of interest in the therapies of traditional cultures. Some hospitals have even included traditional Native American healers as part of their staff. Numerous studies demonstrate that a Native American inspired treatment approach can be beneficial for consumers of non-Native cultural backgrounds with positive effects.”

LaKOTA Joint Care Formula Maximum Strength with is available at mass retailers nationwide, Walgreens stores, Walgreens.com, CVS.com and Costco.com. In LaKOTA Topical Pain Relieving Roll-on – Arthritis Formula – is now available to consumers nationwide at Costco.com in a special Twin Pak, at Walgreens.com and in the future at CVS.com. For more information, visit www.lakota-usa.com.

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New Website, PatientAssistance.com is Helping Uninsured Patients Get Free Medication

 

New Website, PatientAssistance.com is Helping Uninsured Patients Get Free Medication












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Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) March 5, 2008

Visitors to the new website, www.PatientAssistance.com can find over 1,000 different Patient Assistance Programs to choose from. Even though these programs are not mandated by the government, pharmaceutical companies offer many popular drugs in these programs at low prices. Medication offered include: Allegra, Lipitor, Zoloft, Viagra, and more. The comprehensive catalog offered by PatientAssistance.com allows visitors to find the exact medication they need and what requirements they must fulfill in order to get the drug.

After a member of PatientAssistance.com identifies the program they want, the web site helps the visitor enroll into the program. PatientAssistance.com makes it easy for individuals to find and fill all the correct forms so that they can receive their medication. For those who do not qualify for PAPs or those who are waiting to qualify, the web site offers alternative medication help that these people can try.

Rex Bowden, owner and lead developer of PatientAssitance.com, said, “We are trying to help those that are uninsured get access and knowledge to help that is out there. Over 80% of the people that qualify for these programs don’t even know and end up going without their medication which is a real concern”

The innovative PatientAssistance.com is sure to spark a revolutionary change in the way patients find the medication they need. The web site is totally free, members are provided the tools to keep notes about programs they are enrolled in and set reminders for when they need to resubmit enrollment forms.

You can find the list of over 1,000 Patient Assistance Programs and sign up for a membership at www.PatientAssistance.com.

About Group Net LLC

Group Net LLC has been the expert in helping individuals find the inexpensive medication they need. CountyRxCard.com, a company owned by Group Net LLC, has been featured in the Associated Press for providing members with up to 90 percent in discounts depending on the drug and the pharmacy.

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