The Lifecycle of a Pinworm

Without experiencing pinworms firsthand, many people have never heard of them. Pinworms are the most common intestinal parasite in the United States. It is safe to say that many families have had to deal with worms in kids from time to time. Although caregivers tend to be embarrassed when their children have pinworms, they shouldn’t […]

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Garlic: Good for Bad Breath, Not for Pinworm

Recently, while perusing the internet, we came upon some pretty bad advice for how to treat a pinworm infection. Rather than recommending consulting a doctor, or following basic sanitation techniques, the recommendation they gave? Chew a clove of garlic. WHAT DO WE HAVE AGAINST GARLIC? Absolutely nothing! Garlic is great and you should season your […]

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Everyone Should Be Able to Afford Medicine

Prescription drug prices have become more transparent. And to the surprise of few, they’re high. The exorbitant cost of prescription drugs can leave consumers in a precarious situation. Everyone should be able to afford medicine, but unfortunately that is not always the case. As consumers begin to pay more attention to their drug costs with […]

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This Thanksgiving, Be a Bad Host

As October rolls away into November and another page falls off the calendar, Halloween fears become a time to give thanks. Children are coming home with hand-painted turkeys and pies are being baked, giving off an aroma that wafts through the house. Toward the end of the month, everyone will gather their loved ones close […]

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Pinworm Hosts the Parent-Teacher Conference

Good evening Mr. and Mrs. Billy’s Parents. Thank you so much for joining us for tonight’s Parent-Teacher conference. And during October of all months! Halloween! Oh, I’m just squirming in the dirt thinking about it! Mr. Teacher was feeling a little under the weather, so his good pal Pinworm has decided to fill in. Don’t […]

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