Menopause is when women stop getting their period. Some people call it “the change.” Menopause is different for each woman, but most women reach menopause around age 50.
As you get closer to menopause, your ovaries make less and less of female hormones called estrogen (“ES-tra-jin”) and progesterone (“pro-JES-ter-own”). Eventually, your ovaries stop making these hormones completely.read more
Customer Testimonials Update taken from our customer surveys, August 2017 Thank you to our valued customers who are kind enough to take the time to write and thank our Pharmacy team for their hard work to providing a quality compounding medication and...read more
Synapsin ® Support neuro-health, one patient at a time A human brain is the most baffling organ of our bodies. The weight of the brain is only 2% of the total body but uses 20% of energy. It consumes energy as much as used by all muscles in the human body....read more
Myopia epidemic among teenagers became a real threat and it spreads fast in worldwide.
Up until now, the most seriously affected areas are in East Asian Countries. Global high tech exporters such as Singapore, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea found that 80 to 90 percent of their late teens were nearsighted. Especially, the situation in Korea was the worst. Of the 19-year-old men surveyed, 96.5% were nearsighted.read more
We all know that sugar and certain chemicals cause kids to go nuts sometimes. Parents avoid the sugar-highs and lows as much as possible to eliminate tantrums and emotional explosions.read more
A long time customer, Jeri has been seeking treatment for chemical sensitivities most of her life. She spent countless hours researching and learning about her ailment.read more
Women most commonly are interested in hormone therapy and balancing hormones because they experience such a roller coaster of hormonal changes in their lives. PMS, Pregnancy hormones, the baby blues and more, can easily send them over to the doctor for some relief...read more
The increasingly popular Hormone Replacement and Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy (BHRT) starts looking like an amazing solution to the turn-around both men and women go through in life. Considering that there is normalcy in the fluctuations of hormones, how do we know if we are really a candidate or in need of BHRT?read more
The American Mindfulness Research Association (AMRA) defines mindfulness as “the state, process, and practice of remembering to observe moment-to-moment experience with openness and without… previously conditioned thoughts, emotions or behaviors.” It is simply the act of being aware of yourself and the way in which you approach situations in a more objective manner.read more
Podcast hosting by HeeJoo Park, RPh, ABAAHP, FACA, MS CEO of Key Compounding Pharmacy Dr. Nina Walsh, ND Specializes in Naturopathic medicine, accupucture, holistic skin...read more
Aspirin is a proven way to help some people prevent a second heart attack or stroke. When aspirin is used this way it is called aspirin secondary prevention. It appears that aspirin also may help prevent a first heart attack or stroke in some people.read more
In a considerable win for patients who need compounded medications, the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP), working with the DQSA Coalition, is very pleased to announce that the President has signed the Congressional Omnibus bill into law, H.R. 244, which provides funding through September 30, 2017, and includes language that addresses the Memorandum of Understanding, office-use, and pharmacy inspections.read more