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Photo credit   For any health concerns we have, there is always a drug or medication we can turn to alleviate our complains. Even in sleeping, people have depended a lot on medication to aid and induce that perfect sleep to help recharge everyday. After much hyped on using sleeping pills between 1993 and 2010 where a reported jumped of 69% on benzodiazepines and 140% zolpidem prescriptions, research found that there has been 31%...
Photo credit   100 million Americans have medical debt according to the recent report by Kaiser Health News. So what are the options available for Americans to avail affordable healthcare? Well, there is no better way to lessen the cost of medical services. However, there are certain states that are considered best in its healthcare services. WalletHub gathered a team of experts to look into the different US States and compared...
Photo credit   The shooting incident that happened happened in Uvalde, Texas recently has been the reason that triggered our lawmakers to tackle the problem in gun violence in America. What are the reasons why gun violence are rampant in America?   Deaths by firearms have been a fixture in America. Research have shown that there were 1.5 million deaths from 1968 and 2017 alone that makes that higher than the number of...