Mira Healthcare Resources
Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.
What Are the Side Effects of the Flu Vaccine?
Some people may experience mild side effects from the flu vaccine, such as muscle aches, a low-grade fever, or a runny nose.
What Is Virtual Primary Care?
Virtual primary care reduces barriers in access to preventative care for those with transportation challenges or lack of insurance.
How Do COVID-19 Antiviral Drugs Work?
COVID-19 antiviral drugs work by slowing or halting the virus’s replication process. This stops the spread of the virus throughout your body, reduces disease severity, and allows your body to focus on recovering.
How Much Does Blood Pressure Medication Cost Without Insurance in 2022?
Our research shows that the average cost for 30 tablets of a typical dose of blood pressure medication costs $329.03.
What Are the Best Antibiotics for UTIs?
The best antibiotics for treating a UTI depend on the type of UTI and the severity of the symptoms. Nitrofurantoin, trimethoprim, and cephalexin are common antibiotics prescribed to treat UTIs.
Which COVID-19 Vaccines Are Authorized for Children?
The adult version of the Pfizer vaccine is approved for children aged 12 to 17 to help protect against COVID-19.
How To Treat Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?
There are several ways to treat symptoms of SAD, including cognitive behavioral therapy, antidepressants, and socializing with others.
How to Save Money on Insulin in 2021
There are many ways to save money on insulin, including patient assistance programs, insulin alternatives, and matching services.
What Is Fixed-Indemnity Health Insurance?
Fixed-indemnity insurance is not regulated under the ACA, therefore it does not require essential health benefit coverage, may discriminate based on pre-existing conditions, and does not require a cap on annual out-of-pocket spending.
When Should I Get An STD Test?
While it’s important to get tested if you are experiencing any potential STD symptoms, you should always get tested at least once a year if you are sexually active. If you don’t always have protected sex, you should get tested every six months.
How To Cope With Health Anxiety
There are both short-term and long-term ways to cope with health anxiety. Short-term ways include breathing, exercising, and journaling, whereas long-term ways include practicing cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), identifying triggers, and instilling mindfulness into your day.