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DME MEDICAL SUPPLY AND OTC PRODUCTS ONLINE STORE

P.O.Box 7185 Deerfield IL United States 60015
OUR GOAL AS A STORE IS TO TAILOR TO THE NEEDS OF DOCTORS, NURSES AND PATIENTS. WITH A SIMPLE DESIGN IN MIND, WE STRIVE TO MAKE OUR ONLINE MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EASY TO SEARCH, ACCESS AND BUY SO OUR CUSTOMERS CAN FIND THE DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS THEY DESIRE. DME MEDICAL SUPPLY
Our customer’s health is one of our main priorities as a medical supply company. Through our extensive online selection of Medical Supplies and Healthcare Equipment, we can offer medical products and tools that will immediately provide you with a sufficient solution.
Our DME and medical supply online store has a large selection of professional-grade supplies ready to be shipped to hospitals, clinics and medical offices.

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2018-10-18 20:30:10

DME-MED-S shared post via FOXNews.com: Should you get the flu shot? What to know about the 2018-19 flu season

Here's what you need to know about the 2018-19 flu season. [Category: 7df832cc-b034-5cdd-a007-2d092d204ec6, fox-news/health/respiratory-health/cold-and-flu, fnc, fnc/health, article, Fox News, Madeline Farber]

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2018-10-18 20:30:09

DME-MED-S shared post via Reuters: Adult bones healthier when kids participate in organized sports

(Reuters Health) - Young adults who played in organized sports as children and teens have stronger bones than peers who were less active as kids, a new study suggests

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2018-10-18 20:30:09

DME-MED-S shared post via Reuters: Older vets often leave hospital on increased dose of blood pressure pills

(Reuters Health) - Doctors may be overtreating high blood pressure in U.S. Veterans Administration hospitals, a new study suggests.

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2018-10-18 20:30:08

DME-MED-S shared post via Reuters: Long-term safety of silicone breast implants still unclear

(Reuters Health) - Women with silicone breast implants may have a higher risk of certain medical problems than women who don't get implants, but more research is needed to get a complete picture of implant safety over the long term, a new U.S. study suggests.

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