Carrying around pills in the blister packs that they come in can be a nightmare. The pills pop out really easily, and you end up with them all at the bottom of your bag or pocket. The orange containers medications come in aren’t ideal either as they’re so easily identifiable. Pill organizers can help, but if you’re a fan of the outdoors you’re going to be exposed to the elements, so you need one that’s waterproof. That’s where this roundup can help.
Have you taken your pills today? If you take a myriad of medications and supplements, then we know that sometimes it can be hard to remember to keep track of them. Perhaps you just need a handy, portable storage system for your pills. A pill organizer can help solve these problems. In this article, we review the Weekly Waterproof Pill Organizer from Zannaki, to see if this popular model could be the right pill box for your needs.
Vitamins and supplements are consumed around the world every day. From the common vitamins like C and E to exotic exracts and oils, taken individually or as multivitamins, this multi billion dollar industry exists because people are driven by a natural instinct to protect, preserve, and improve their health and wellbeing. But simply purchasing supplements is a waste of money or even potentially dangerous if they are not consumed properly. What is the best time of day to take vitamins? What are the medication interactions to watch out for? What if you’re pregnant? We address these questions and more to help you get the most from vitamins and supplements.
Having a clearly laid out workplace wellness program is one of the most effective ways of having an engaged and productive team in any organization. In addition, offering extended health benefits plans, your workplace wellness programs may include health awareness activities or organization-wide incentive plans to encourage healthy behaviors among employees.
In the face of microbial resistance and newly emerging infectious diseases, health authorities have declared travel health an important issue. Millions of people travel daily as tourism has becomes increasingly important for economic growth, development, jobs, cultural preservation, environmental protection, and recreation. While the ever-growing tour and travel industry may not shrink anytime soon, we as individuals can minimize the travel health risks. A proactive approach can minimize the risk of acquiring diseases. Read on to learn about why we get sick, what are the travel health risks, and what steps you can take to stay healthy during your next trip.