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18 Mar: How to Save Money on Prescription Medications

With the cost of health care rising, knowing how to save money on prescription medications is important if you want to lower your health care bill. It is even more important if you find yourself without health insurance, as medication costs can take a large chunk out of your income. You want to be able to afford your medications without compromising safety or your standard of care. There are three principal ways to save. It is possible to save money on brand name drugs, on generic drugs, and to use special programs to get discounts. Two simple ways to save money on brand name drugs: Check prices online at Canadian pharmacies: Buying medications from other countries makes it easy to…

21 Feb: Are There Any Legitimate Online Pharmacies?

Despite the increasing popularity of online shopping, many people still hesitate to use the Internet to fill their medical prescriptions. Because using one batch of fake or low-quality medication can be potentially dangerous to your health, it’s only natural to fear buying drugs from pharmacies you have never been to. The fact that many online pharmacies that offer the best selection of products at the lowest prices are located abroad only makes buying prescription drugs on the Internet even more difficult. The truth is that there is no right answer to whether buying medication online is safe. It all comes down to learning the difference between legitimate online pharmacies and fake pharmacies that operate as illegal pill mills. Shopping as…

17 Jan: How to Safely Buy Prescription Drugs Online

While many consumers are interested in online pharmacies and how to safely buy prescription drugs online as a means of saving money, they are often concerned about whether they can trust the quality and safety of online medication. eDrugSearch.com is the leading prescription drug guide for those who seek to safely buy prescription drugs online from licensed U.S. and Canadian pharmacies. Go to eDrugSearch.com and compare prices today – it’s safe, easy and 100% FREE! Or you can use our FREE directory to find a safe and licensed Canadian pharmacy online.

27 Oct: Study: Prescription drugs cost more in poor neighborhoods

One of the biggest advantages of shopping for prescription drugs online is price transparency, which empowers the consumer to easily find the best price among available options. As healthcare consumers well know, it is very difficult to comparison shop among brick-and-mortar pharmacies, because pharmacies typically don’t advertise their prices for prescription drugs (with the exception of the Wal-Mart generic drug program and similar programs, which generally include a list of covered drugs on the retailer’s Web site.) Because it’s difficult to compare prices, particularly for expensive, brand-name drugs, most consumers buy at their corner drugstore, assuming the price isn’t much different from the next corner — or the other side of town. This simply isn’t the case. What’s worse, the…

18 Jun: Over 11,000 “Canadian pharmacies” on the Internet are fake

Here’s a scary statistic: Only a few hundred of the more than 11,000 Internet pharmacies advertising themselves as Canadian pharmacies are actually licensed by government authorities in Canada. The rest are frauds — often not located in Canada or licensed by any government entity. Making matters worse, many of these fake pharmacies claim to be licensed — even cutting and pasting the seals from government agencies and accrediting organizations on their sites. You can be assured that the Canadian pharmacies in our drug search engine are properly licensed and accredited. Our members also rate and review the pharmacies based on their experiences. So don’t take any chances when you buy drugs online from Canada. Use eDrugSearch.com.

14 Jun: 72 million Americans now either uninsured or underinsured

Think Progress reports that a new study from the Commonwealth Fund shows that the number of Americans forced to pay high medical expenses has grown dramatically since 2003: The report found that 25 million working-age Americans were underinsured last year, up 16 percent from 2003. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, family premiums have jumped 78 percent since 2001, while wages have only risen 19 percent, barely keeping pace with inflation. Add that 25 million underinsured to the approximately 47 million Americans with no health insurance at all, and we now have about 72 million who are struggling — and often one calamity away from losing everything. When people are underinsured, high-priced prescription drugs are typically something that are out…

08 Jun: Avoid fake meds; shop at licensed pharmacies

Here’s a disturbing news report on the growing problem of counterfeit prescription medications, often sold through organized crime syndicates in Third World countries: How do you protect yourself against fake meds when you buy drugs online? Make sure the pharmacy you choose is properly licensed and accredited, like the Canadian pharmacies in the eDrugSearch.com system. All pharmacies in our database must pass a 10-point test to become part of our system. If you choose to work with a pharmacy outside our system, please make sure to follow these safety tips.

22 May: Don’t blame the Internet for prescription drug abuse

Yeah, I know; I’ve written about this topic before — more than a few times. But I feel compelled to do so again. Frankly, I’m mad as heck and I can’t take it any more. Just as there have been past hysterias blaming the Internet for sexual predators, pornography, political polarization, celebrity obsession, obesity (go outside and play!) and every other social malady facing our nation, now it seems the media is whipping itself into a frenzy over the dangers of Internet pharmacies for prescription drug abuse. The latest blog post I flagged on this topic, “Internet Pharmacy Websites the New Drug Dealers,” referenced a sad tale on CNN.com headlined, “My husband died from online drugs.” Don’t get me wrong….

02 Apr: Top 25 prescription drug searches for March 2008

Here are the top 25 prescription drug searches on eDrugSearch.com for the month of March, including searches for both medications and medical conditions, starting with the most popular search. eDrugSearch.com visitors have conducted more than five million searches since our launch in January 2007. Viagra Vytorin Glucophage Cialis Synthroid Fosamax Finasteride Amoxicillin Lotrel Wellbutrin Lipitor Levitra Naproxen Singulair Loestrin Valtrex Yasmin Ibuprofen Quetiapine Allegra Lamisil Alendronate Plavix Bactrim Nardil

17 Jan: Top 25 prescription medication searches for December 2007

Here are the top 25 drug price searches on eDrugSearch.com for the month of December: Accupril prices Nexium prices Viagra prices Combivent prices Acyclovir prices Prozac prices Propecia prices Actos prices Yasmin prices Plavix prices Lipitor prices Crestor prices Levitra prices Synthroid prices Azithromycin prices Valtrex prices Topamax prices Vytorin prices Remeron prices Xenical prices Imitrex prices Levaquin prices Byetta prices Celebrex prices Strattera prices As we state each month, the list isn’t a perfect reflection of the most popular drugs purchased online, largely because of Google. For a variety of reasons, eDrugSearch.com  appears very high in the organic search results for some drugs, but not as high for others. This obviously skews our results. With this caveat, however, we…

03 Dec: Top 25 prescription medication searches for November 2007

Here are the top 25 searches on eDrugSearch.com for the month of November: Accupril Crestor Viagra Plavix Yasmin Lipitor Acyclovir Zyprexa Vytorin Diovan Strattera Climara Levitra Imitrex Simvastatin Zetia Latisse Crestor Abilify Synthroid Topamax Amoxicillin Zetia Combivent Valtrex As we state each month, the list isn’t a perfect reflection of the most popular drugs purchased online, largely because of Google. For a variety of reasons, eDrugSearch.com appears very high in the organic search results for some drugs, but not as high for others. This obviously skews our results. With this caveat, however, we hope that over time our results will shed light on trends in online drug sales. We’ll post our December results next month.

24 Nov: Top 25 prescription drug searches for October 2007

Here are the top 25 drug price searches on eDrugSearch.com for the month of October: Abilify prices Vagifem prices Yasmin prices Lipitor prices Zyprexa prices Synthroid prices Simvastatin Vytorin prices Viagra prices Wellbutrin prices Actos prices Lamisil prices Zoloft prices Crestor prices Levitra prices Plavix prices Strattera prices Zetia prices Avandia prices Xenical prices Celexa prices Topamax prices Cialis prices Prevacid prices Flovent prices The list isn’t a perfect reflection of the most popular drugs purchased online, largely because of Google. For a variety of reasons, eDrugSearch.com appears very high in the organic search results for some drugs, but not as high for others. This obviously skews our results. With this caveat, however, we hope that over time our results…

23 Jul: Why are our medical records still being kept on stone tablets?

From Ezra Klein, political blogger and frequent commentator on healthcare reform: I just called UCI Medical Center where most of my health records are stored to see if I could get a copy to take back to DC and transfer to my doctor there. No humans answer the phone, of course, I have to leave a message and wait for a future call back. I am informed, though, that getting the records will entail a $15 “clerical fee” and a per page fee, which, given how many pages can be in records, could prove substantial. Additionally, the request will take 10-14 days to process, and then an undetermined number more to mail. You’re telling me this wouldn’t be a thousand…

20 Jul: Adderall, Ritalin among prescription drugs abused by college students

College kids are abusing prescription drugs more than ever before, and clearly shady Internet dealers are part of the problem. From UWire: According to a Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse report, the percentage of college students abusing prescription drugs has increased dramatically over the past two decades … Heidi Cuda, the regional director for Iowa City, Iowa’s Mid-Eastern Council on Chemical Abuse, named Adderall and Ritalin as two prescription drugs commonly abused by students. The number of students taking these ADHD medications has increased 93 percent from 1993 to 2005… “They are stimulants; they give you confidence and make you more alert,” she said. “People take them to stay up longer, but they usually crash, bringing their energy level…