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The Not –So- Sweet Truth about What You’re Drinking

December 4, 2015

By Liz Aziz, PharmD Student Cedarville University School of Pharmacy Many Americans have grasped the warning on excessive sugar intake. The problem is, these sugary calories often creep into the average American’s diet through drink, not food. Sugary drinks have already been tied to an increased risk of Type 2... View Article

Teens, Smartphones, and Poor Sleep

December 1, 2015

By Dominic Yeboah, Pharmacy Student Cedarville University Technology has evolved tremendously over the past few years.  The use of cell phones, tablets, and computers among children and adolescents is also on the rise. Schools also use technology in the classroom to help with teaching and learning. Cell phone use, especially... View Article

Strike a Pose to Lower Your Blood Pressure

November 23, 2015

By Kathrine Distel, PharmD Student Cedarville University School of Pharmacy Hypertension or, as it is more commonly known, high blood pressure, is a chronic disorder that is becoming increasingly prevalent. It can be caused by a number of different factors, including a sedentary lifestyle, poor sleep habits, food choice and smoking.... View Article

Can Exercising Every Day Keep Your Allergy Symptoms Away?

November 13, 2015

By Nicholas Rudy, PharmD Student Cedarville University School of Pharmacy Recently, many magazines and online publishers have written articles indicating the benefit of exercise in the alleviation of allergy symptoms. The website Total Gym Pulse reports that the American Academy for Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) indicates warm-up exercises can... View Article

Caffeine intake & bone density..what’s the scoop?

November 11, 2015

By Morgan Bailey, PharmD Student Cedarville University School of Pharmacy In college and even in the workplace, caffeine has consumed our lives. Our generation turns to caffeine to give us the burst of energy that we need to make it through the day. According to Healthresearchfunding.org, almost 90% of people... View Article

Acetaminophen: Is it Really Your Safest Option?

November 6, 2015

By Tori Bumgardner, PharmD Student Cedarville University Acetaminophen has long been a popular over-the-counter product used to treat pain and fever in both adults and children (1). It is recommended to women as the preferred pain medication while pregnant. The FDA has been approved for dosing in individuals of all... View Article

No Gain, No Brain

November 3, 2015

By: Ankit Pandav When someone mentions to you that they are on a “Mediterranean diet”, what kind of foods come to mind? Many people instantly think a Mediterranean diet consists of gyros, lasagna, pasta, pizza, plenty of meat and a lots of wine. Others simply consider it to be a... View Article

Goodnight, Sleep Tight, Make Sure Your Blood Pressure is Right

October 30, 2015

By: AJ Oliver Take a quick moment to think about your typical nightly routine. It most likely includes actions such as washing your face, showering, brushing your teeth or setting aside your outfit for the next day. If you are someone who has been diagnosed with high blood pressure (hypertension), adding... View Article

Darker Isn’t Always Better

October 29, 2015

By: Maame Debrah-Pinamang, PharmD Student For years, the scientific world has been shouting to the masses about the benefits of eating dark chocolate. The health benefits of dark chocolate have been extensively studied to provide us with the knowledge that habitual consumption of dark chocolate will lead to lower risk... View Article