Archive for December, 2014

Three Reasons To Stay Away From Online Pharmacies

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If you haven’t heard about them yet, it’s very possible that you’ll hear about them soon — online pharmacies, that is. As much as the prescription drug industry is controlled, you’d think that something as sketchy-sounding as an “online pharmacy” would be obliterated by the government in a matter of days. Surprisingly, however, government officials seem to have a lot of trouble tracking down these pharmacies and making sure that they’re following all the regulations that traditional pharmacies are required to follow.

If you happen to feel compelled to order a prescription from one of these virtual stores, hold on just a minute and remember these points:

  • As already stated, the government has quite a few problems making sure that online pharmacies abide by certain regulations, whic

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A Few Reasons Why You Should Always Support Your Local Pharmacy

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Back in 2010, something called “Small Business Saturday” became a national event each year during November. Even though it was a pretty elaborate marketing ploy on behalf of American Express, it actually caught on and became really successful. At last, small businesses in small towns had one day where they could draw out local residents, grab a few new customers who never knew the business even existed, and show the community that its small businesses offer services and products that are just as good, if not better, than what the big chain stores offer.

2014’s Small Business Saturday didn’t result in quite as many sales as experts had predicted, but nevertheless, more people than ever before stated that they were looking forward to seeing what their community had to offer. All of those people understand wh

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Fast, Post-Holiday Debt Relief

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The holiday season is often aptly referred to as the most wonderful time of the year, and it’s easy to see why. However, for holiday shoppers and consumers, it’s also the most wonderful — or worst — time of year to accumulate more credit card debt than anticipated.

Consumers aren’t entirely to blame. After all, retailers gear up for the holiday season by offering tempting store credit card offers that allow shoppers to receive an even bigger discount on top of enticing seasonal sales. Also, in their pursuit of the perfect holiday gifts and decorations, consumers often feel pressured to spend beyond their means in order to create a picture-perfect holiday season.

Once the new year rolls around and the Christmas spirit has waned, consumers must come face-to-face with the stark reality of

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