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    PSST!

    Plan to Stay in Shape Today (PSST!) programs are produced by healthcare professionals. The information contained in these guides is provided for information purposes only and in no way replaces the advice and guidance of your pharmacist or of any other healthcare professional.

    New moms' questions and concerns

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    COPD

    COPD or “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease” refers to the many conditions that can affect the bronchial tubes, including emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
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    Asthma

    Asthma is the most commun breathing problem in Canada, affecting some 2.5 million people.

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    Let it snow!

    Ah, winter! Season of snows, frosty cheeks, and shortened days… Familiprix brings you a new guide designed to give you the lowdown on potential winter pains and pitfalls so you prevent and deal with whatever the season has in store.

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    Urinary tract infection

    Familiprix brings you its new guide to help you better understand the role of the urinary system and learn about its diseases, particularly the most common: urinary tract infection. 

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    Understanding shingles

    Not only can you often prevent shingles, but being informed about the disease can make it easier to understand and live with.
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    Screen junkies?

    Computers, the Internet, and smartphones are here to stay! This makes knowing how to use them wisely all the more important. 

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    Women's health

    Vaginal dryness, PMS, vaginitis, and breast cancer are just some of the health issues that can come with being a woman.

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    ADHD Finding the Way

    Familiprix presents its new guide designed to inform parents about attention deficit disorderwith or without hyperactivity (ADD/ADHD).

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