Online pharmacies can make getting your prescriptions easy and fast

Online pharmacies may include premium subscription services as they grow.

The markup for a prescription drug is based on both demand and location. The best way to determine how much you can charge is to do research on what people are paying in the markets you serve, and what their insurance will typically cover for each drug.
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iconThe best way to stay fit and healthy during Ramadan is to ensure you have healthy food and get regular exercise and adequate sleep. Also, have a balanced diet for your pre-dawn meal and after breaking your fast. Additionally, take time out to exercise daily. Paying attention to your physical health is as important as taking care of your spiritual well-being.A far bigger risk if you're shopping abroad for medications is that you might not get what you paid for - and it might not be safe. "There's a lot of junk in the pharmaceutical world," says Dr. Ken Croen, a primary care physician at the Scarsdale Medical Group in Westchester County, N.Y., who advises many of his patients on how to buy drugs safely in Canada. And there are plenty of rogue operators, especially in the world of online pharmacies. You will need to do a little vetting. Before doing business with an online pharmacy, confirm it is licensed in its country of origin and that the country has strong pharmacy regulations, says Dr. Aaron S. Kesselheim, a professor of medicine at Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. (Read below for websites that can help with that.)

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