1. Dr. Mona Vand "The Modern Pharmacist"

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    Dr. Mona Vand has spent her entire career helping patients achieve optimal wellness. Attending the prestigious Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Dr. Vand graduated as a Doctor of Pharmacy in only six years. Upon graduation, she chose to relocate back to the west coast, where she's excelled as a Clinical compounding Pharmacist, tailoring medical treatment to the specific needs of her patients on an individual level. In an era where prescription drugs continue to play an ever-increasing role in the treatment of millions, Dr. Vand's goal is to keep patients informed about the overall benefits -and the potential risk factors - of pharmaceutical products. By expanding the conversation of patient health and traditional medicine, Dr. Vand is helping individuals learn the importance of patient care, food consumption, and making healthier lifestyle choices. While traditional science may consider medication as the first line of defense in the clinical treatment of patients, the modern world requires a pharmacist who can help patients understand that medication is truly only the beginning. Dr. Vand’s mission is to teach her patients that medication; diet, exercise and lifestyle are all equally important factors in the daily fight to live well. Dr. Mona Vand is your resource guide to a contemporary pharmaceutical world, creating a movement called, 'The Modern Pharmacist.’ Her goal is to help educate and empower a new generation of health conscious patients, while still catering to existing generations who often have questions about the medication they take. By creating one forum for pharmaceutical advice, 'The Modern Pharmacist' movement will help patients understand the connection between pharmaceutical science and overall wellness. - See more at: http://www.drmonavand.com

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    • Pet Medications: Compounding

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      Many people consider pets part of the family. From eating “people” food to sleeping in our beds, we share our lives with them! When it comes to their medical care, attention to detail is a must. For this reason, compounding pharmacies are very beneficial and play a huge role when it comes to treating animals. Compounding pharmacies prepare specific, individualized medication to the needs of each patient. This could be in the form of dosage, strength, or flavoring. As much as it is individualized for patients, it is individualized for animals. Specific advantages of compounding medications for animals include: Ensuring the medication is SAFE for your pet While some human medications are safe and effective for animals, others can be very toxic. The physiology of humans and animals differ in many ways (organ function, gene strains, metabolism, etc.), and this effects how certain medication is tolerated. Lets consider antihistamines. Benadryl (generic: Diphenhydramine) is very safe for animals. It can be used to treat allergies, bites, or any other form of itchiness/irritation. However, many antihistamines are in combination products and include ingredients that may not be safe for animals. Decongestants are extremely unsafe and lethal for animals. They simply do not tolerate them, and they can cause vomiting, hyperactivity, and increased heart rate. What makes this even more of a risk is that the packaging can often be confusing. Both products have similar color and are labeled “Benadryl.” Flavoring Most people know how difficult it can be to get your pet to take medication. Compounding gives the advantage of flavoring the medication to the animal’s liking. For example: dog medications often have chicken or beef flavoring, while cat medication has fish flavoring. The amount of flavor added is specifically calculated based on the dose your pet needs. This ensures that each dose given still includes the correct amount of medication along with the correct amount of flavoring. Convenience When a pet rejects taking a medication in pill form, compounding may help. This may include mixing two drugs into the same solution for easier administration and can be done by crushing a tablet into an oral paste or creating a topical solution. Compounded medications are simply modified versions of FDA-approved medications and can be customized to the needs of your pet.

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      • Introducing the new Pfizer Préférence program

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        Introducing a new way for Québec patients to remain on their original Pfizer medication The new Pfizer Préférence program provides substantial savings on the cost of original Pfizer medications http://cnw.ca/6QI7l

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        • How contagious is herpes?

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          Get Herpes Removal - http://www.angionet.org/herpesremoval Herpes medication - http://www.angionet.org/what-happens-if-i-dont-get-herpes...

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          • The Launch of "The Modern Pharmacist"

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            The Modern Pharmacist recently held a launch event at The Four Season in Beverly Hills. Working to bridge the gap between pharmaceutical science and overall wellness, the launch event was intended to introduce the brand as well as give press an insight into the objectives of this multi-faceted web series. Hosted by Russell Simmons, co-founder of Def Jam Records, attendees and supporters were able to sit down with Dr. Mona Vand to discuss her goals for the brand and how the benefits of The Modern Pharmacist can be used for all demographics. A special thank you to Russell Simmons for his wonderful introduction and sponsorship for the event. Russell who is a huge advocate of health and wellbeing, has become an important supporter of this brand and understands that more people need to ask questions when it comes to their overall health/nutrition choices. Additional event sponsors included: Celsius in association Visalus Evian Water Want My Look Never Too Hungover Dr. Daniel Barrett Plastic Surgery Sugaring LA Tikkun Spa Transcend Recovery Community Cycle House On Screen Credits: Russell Simmons Kweku Mandela JD Washington Asher Gottesman Dr. Daniel Barrett Rob Weiss Shannon Decker With the website up and running, our readers are able to experience free videos, articles and more! Additional FREE perks for registered users include personalized content, fun facts, quizzes, and up to date medical news information.

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            • Clip from "Closing Doors"

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              Shot in May 2013 on the Red Epic, Closing Doors is 7 minute long non dialogue film written and directed by Memed Aksoy, produced by Lauren Farley, edited by Gráinne Creighton, shot by cinematographers Rachit Sai Barak and Deema Shahin and sound design is by Elena Toccafondi. Starring Susan Moisan as Natalie Williams and Alain Terzoli as Michael Williams it explores the troubles in a long term relationship in which one member suffers from mental illness, and where there is a lot at stake.

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              • CSF Think Tank 2015: Diagnostic Tests - Provocative Testing, Response to Medication, And More

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                Dr. Peter Rowe discusses the diagnostic and medical tests related to orthostatic intolerance and chronic fatigue syndrome at the 2015 CSF Think Tank Meeting. This medical meeting was meant to begin a dialogue between clinicians and scientists in order to improve diagnostic and treatment techniques for patients; CSF neither endorses nor discredits the research and experience discussed in each of these presentations. Visit csfinfo.org for more information.

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                • CSF Think Tank 2015: Long-Term Medical Treatment & Results of Medical Therapy

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                  Dr. Alan Pocinki talks about the long-term medical management of Chiari, syringomyelia, EDS, chronic fatigue, and other related conditions at the 2015 CSF Think Tank Meeting. This medical meeting was meant to begin a dialogue between clinicians and scientists in order to improve diagnostic and treatment techniques for patients; CSF neither endorses nor discredits the research and experience discussed in each of these presentations. Visit csfinfo.org for more information.

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                  • Dear Billy

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                    Antibiotic is losing their power. One of the cause is by sharing antibiotic. This is a story between a mother who tries to keep her son healthy, by sharing her antibiotic. For more info, please visit http://www.nps.org.au/medicines/infections-and-infestations/antibiotics Follow : @npsmedicinewise #savethescript Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music

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                    • Sleepwalking Past Hope - Final Animation with edits

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                      Concept, Video & Animation: © Rola E.M. 2015 Sleepwalking Past Hope by H.I.M. © Sire 2007

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