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Should You Adjust Your Birth Control Pill Schedule When Traveling?

If you’ve used birth control pills for any length of time, you may have been told to take it at the exact same time every day to ensure effectiveness. Maintaining a consistent pill schedule at home is as easy as setting an alarm on your phone—but what happens when you travel across several time zones?Read […]

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Eyedrops Are Too Big

We need smaller eyedroppers, stat. As ProPublica has reported, eyedrops are so large that they contain more liquid than can possibly fit into your eye. Fortunately, an adapter may be on the way that won’t waste half of your pricey glaucoma medication.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Find a Pharmacy That Can Prescribe Birth Control

Pharmacists can prescribe birth control in eight states and Washington, DC, meaning you can walk into a pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription and walk out with, often, a full year’s worth of pills. The patch, shot, and vaginal ring can also be prescribed this way.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Prescription Drugs Are Sometimes Cheaper If You Don’t Use Your Insurance

Prescription drug prices are so opaque, volatile, and all-around messed up that sometimes you can get a better deal by just pretending you don’t even have insurance. A ProPublica report says this may be the case up to 10 percent of the time.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Nick Murphy debuts driving new track ‘Medication’

Last month, Nick Murphy emerged from sonic seclusion, as the artist — formerly known as Chet Faker — shared a captivating a capella version of “I’m Ready,” off the Missing Link EP, release in May 2017. Now, Murphy’s followed up with a compelling, experimental track titled “Medication.”“I keep seeing this extreme flawed logic backed by nothing but ego-fueled confidence,” […]

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One of the Cheapest Birth Control Delivery Services Is Expanding

Birth control delivery service Nurx now has an iPhone app and operates in 13 states plus DC, with plans to expand to 20 more in the near future. They have the lowest out-of-pocket cost of all our favorites, since they take insurance and don’t require a doctor visit. Sticker prices of the medications are hidden […]

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