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Guide to Selecting the Right Medical Syringes and Needles

Guide to Selecting the Right Medical Syringes and Needles

Many people need regular injections of medicine for one reason or another. Everyone knows about insulin shots, but medical syringes and needles are also vital for hormone injections, certain cancer medications, and fertility drug administration. In all these cases and more, the person administering the shot needs to get it right, whether they are the patient or a guardian/caretaker. Any mistakes or slip-ups may prove painful.
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How to Stop Snoring

How to Stop Snoring

Did you know that about 45 percent of normal, healthy adults snore on occasion? If you didn't, you do now. Ask your sleeping partner if you are one of those people, and they will likely regale you with stories of being kept awake at night by your buzzsaw of a throat --- that is if you haven't already been on the receiving end of a few jokes.


The good news for your partner, and ultimately you, is there are ways you can ease your snoring without a trip to the doctor. Here are five ways you can put an end to the annoying noise as soon as tonight.



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First Aid Kit Essentials for Seniors

First Aid Kit Essentials for Seniors

When we are children, our parents are always there for us with a kiss and a bandage when we have a banged up knee. Fall off your bike and scrape your arm, a bit of antiseptic ointment does the trick. As we enter middle age, roles tend to reverse. Our parents are no longer taking care of us; we are taking care of them.

Bandages and ointments may still be staples of first aid kits, but do you need something more? If you are taking care of your senior parents, having a first aid kit on hand is essential and stocking it with the right supplies is important. Here are some things to be sure to include in your kit for seniors.


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What to Do With a Full Sharps Container

What to Do With a Full Sharps Container

As we age, we tend to take more medications in order to manage various health conditions. Some of those medications may be oral, and some may be delivered via injection. If you are taking care of your adult parents, knowing what to do with your full sharps container is important.

Learn how to properly dispose of sharps now!


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How to Treat a Simple Cut

How to Treat a Simple Cut

When you got a cut as a kid, an adult washed it off, slapped a bandage on it and gave it a kiss. You were all better. At worst, you had a cool scab to show off to your friends. The older we get, the more careful we have to be about taking care of a cut properly. Our skin gets thinner as we age, and cuts can have more serious consequences.


Learn how to treat a simple cut at home.



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How to Help Your Child Overcome Sickness

How to Help Your Child Overcome Sickness

No one wants their child to be sick, but with the cold and flu season in full swing, it's almost unavoidable. With winter fun comes sore throats, headaches, fever, and other ailments. If your child is sick, there are some things you can do at home to help them overcome their illness.


Here's what you need to know...

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Hospital To Home Transitions: Creating a Strategy

Hospital To Home Transitions: Creating a Strategy

If your loved one has been in the hospital and receiving care, being released and going home can be stressful. This is especially true if the patient has been totally dependent on the medical staff for their care. When a person is returning home from the hospital, they may be anxious about how they will care for themselves.

The good news is that hospitals don't discharge people without a plan in place. The medical staff has no desire to send someone home without the ability to care for themselves or with a care plan in place.

If you have found yourself in this situation or a loved one will be dealing with the need to care for themselves, here are some tips to help you.

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How to Help Your Picky Eater Stay Healthy

How to Help Your Picky Eater Stay Healthy

If you have a picky eater on your hands, you know how frustrating meal times can be. If your little one refused to eat anything but plain hot dogs, chances are you are wondering whether they are getting an adequate amount of nutrition.
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Sanitation 101: How to Change Out a Urostomy Bag

Sanitation 101: How to Change Out a Urostomy Bag

After you have bladder surgery, you may be given a urostomy pouch or bag. This pouch is attached to your skin around a stoma, which is the hole urine will drain from. Your urostomy bag may also be called an appliance. In order to be sanitary and remain healthy, you will need to change your bag frequently.


Here's what you need to know...

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How to Know Your Loved One Needs Adult Underwear

How to Know Your Loved One Needs Adult Underwear

Incontinence is no one's fault. It is a personal topic that many have difficulty coming to terms with. If your loved one confides in you that they are dealing with incontinence, treat them with the dignity they deserve. You can help your loved ones determine if adult underwear would be useful in their situation. Here are a few tips to help you and your loved one make that decision.
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How To Dress Minor Burns

How To Dress Minor Burns

Minor burns can be caused by any number of factors, from sunburns to spilling hot soup on yourself. Regardless of the case, these injuries all have one thing in common: They need to be treated properly to ensure they heal right. For minor burns, this treatment is usually rather simple. If the burn is more severe, however, more advanced treatment, and even professional medical attention, may be required.

Get the right information now!

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Saline and 0.9% Sodium Chloride- What's the Difference?


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Testimonials and Reviews for MedontheGo

“I called in the order and the Customer Rep. was extremely helpful and merchandise was delivered timely. I would highly recommend Mednet to anyone” By Aurora, (Alice, TX)
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