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Most people think of fleas as strictly a nuisance. In reality, fleas can cause outstanding, long term problems for you pet. Fleas can be responsible for medical problems including flea allergy dermatitis (FAD), secondary skin irritations and, in extreme cases, anemia and the transmission of...

According to newspapers and television programs, the threat of a global pandemic is becoming more and more real. While viruses like bird flu (also known as the avian flu, or the H5N1 virus) are real threats, they aren't necessarily the disaster type movie scenarios you...

Caring for your pet is an important job. A pet relies on you for food, water and quality of life. Imagine your pet scratching and biting trying to find comfort from flea infestation. Not only do fleas attack your pet, the attack your home. Every...

A pet is more than just an animal. A pet is a member of your family and when a family member gets sick you want to find the best treatment possible. DoctorSolve is an online pet pharmacy that combines the convenience of ordering pet prescriptions...

Today not every retailer on the Internet is safe, especially in the pharmaceutical market. DoctorSolve relies on customer satisfaction and knows that if you aren't happy with your shopping experience, you won't return. For that reason, you can take advantage of secure transactions and friendly,...

Reports of Tamiflu resistance in H5N1 surfaced last week. Despite searching, the no one in the flu community could find out where the information came from. It turns out the reports were actually based on old data from an isolated case from Vietnam that seemed...

Japan's Ministry of Health has suggested that it is gearing up to issue another warning of behavioural side effects linked with Roche's immensely successful flu drug Tamiflu (oseltamivir), which is being stockpiled globally in the event of a pandemic of avian flu, according to local...

In people 60 and older, brief gaps in conversation, periods of confusion, blank stares or being unresponsive are often chalked up to harmless "senior moments." But these may actually be signs of epilepsy, which is now more prevalent among older Americans than any other age...

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