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Mr. Bill Semchuk, BSP, M.Sc., Pharm D, FCSHP, Pharmacist Treating Obesity with Lifestyle and Medications

There are a number of specific medical conditions that increase the risk of obesity, and that list will include depression, chronic pain syndromes, sleep disorders, individuals who have limb problems, lower limb problems and you can’t walk or exercise, or in men a specific cause is actually low testosterone, which has been shown to increase the risk of weight gain and, in fact, diabetes.

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Alan Low, BSC (Pharm), PharmD, ACPR, FCSHP, CCD, RPh, Pharmacist Asthma and The Importance of Good Device Technique

If you’ve been told you have asthma, there’s lots of things that you can do to fully control it. You can live a normal lifestyle. You don't have to take days off work. You shouldn't be waking up at night, and you should be able to control that asthma and the symptoms actually quite well.

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Robert Roscoe, BSc. Pharm, ACRP, CDE, CPT, Pharmacist and Certified Diabetes Educator Insulin Injection and Lipohypertrophy

Lipohypertrophies, or lipos, are the development of scar tissue in the subcutaneous fat layer where you do your insulin injections. They feel like a thick, rubbery consistency underneath the skin. The issue with those is that sometimes you can feel them more than see them.

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