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BHRT for Menopause: A Natural Treatment Option

Perimenopause, the phase before menopause, is when the ovaries begin to produce less estrogen and no longer release eggs. Perimenopause typically occurs in women when they reach their 40s, and ends when a woman has gone a full year without...

Compounding Pharmacy Solutions Deliver Peace of Mind to Physicians

The staff at Valor Compounding Pharmacy™, based in Berkeley, CA, customize medications for patients with specific health needs that can’t be met by commercially available drugs. Our pharmacists work with physicians to identify the right compounded formula that works...

Understanding Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects about 30 million men in the United States. ED is more common as men get older. Five percent of men that are 40-years-old or older have complete erectile dysfunction, and that number increases to 15 percent of men at age 70. Even...

How Patients Take Compound Medications

Compounded drugs are medications involving ingredients that are either combined, mixed, or altered in order to meet a particular patient's needs. There are several reasons why a physician and/or pharmacist may recommend a compounded drug, with some being the only way...

Anti-Aging and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

An easy, natural way to restore the health of your youth The aging process is natural. We experience prime health when we’re younger and it declines as we get older. As we age, our natural hormone levels become depleted, which increases...

The Courageous Role Pharmacies can Play during a Pandemic

“When I was young and I would see scary things in the news, I thought to myself, “Who’s helping them?” You will always find people who are helping others,” said Fred Rogers. Mister Rogers was right. Not only do we need our neighbors, but we are living in a...

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