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Helpful tips to save money on your prescription medication

Millions of people all around the globe take one, or more, medications every, single day. It is even common for people over the age of 65 to take more than five medications each day. The fact is, even if you have insurance coverage, the cost of these prescriptions can be high. If you don’t have insurance, you may not be able to afford the medication that you, or your loved ones need. While you can shop around, and visit both local pharmacies and even try out a pharmacy online, there are some other tips you can use to help you save money on your medication costs. Use the tips and information here to make it more affordable for you to take your medication and maintain great health. 1. Talk to Your Doctor The bad news is, that the way that the healthcare system is set up, it can be extremely…

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Foods that will support your Adderall dose

So you’ve just finished sopping on Pharmacy Online and now you’re preparing to go through the whole Adderall phase again. You are surely wondering what you can do in order to make the best of the situation and to ensure that none of the drug’s characteristics are wasted. Food plays a huge role in determining just how drugs react in our bodies, and the food that you eat after you have taken your Adderall dose is fundamental for a smooth ride. There aren’t many that know what foods go well with Adderall though, so it can be difficult to determine what your diet should look like. If you’re in a similar situation, don’t fret. We are here to give you some insightful tips on what you should concentrate on in terms of food, so that your Adderall dose may operate at full effectiveness. The carbs dilemma Carbs are a very…

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Indian Meetup celebrating the free spirit of India on I-Day

India’s 71st Independence Day was a huge celebration not only in India, but wherever Indian diaspora has a presence and Qatar wasn’t an exception. For the second year in a row, the Indian Meetup Family celebrated the special day with an extravagant event while adding a cultural touch to it. A large group of members from different cultural backgrounds and with diverse professions gathered as a family at The Golden Ocean Hotel, Doha for celebrations with patriotic fervor and gaiety.  Amongst those present were several young and enthusiastic men and women from different walks of life. With dreams in their eyes to make it worth living, they turned up in their Independence Day-inspired attires and Indian flag pins to adorn the evening. Celebrations started with speech from Hapreet Dev, Co-Admin of IMF bringing in the true spirit with best lines extracts, followed by singing of the Indian National Anthem. All…

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139 facts about Instagram one should be aware of in 2017

This is a guest blog from WebsiteBuilder.org, a group of passionate tech enthusiasts, dedicated to help you find the best tool for your every website-building need. Instagram is a mobile photography application that Facebook bought for $1 billion in 2012. Let’s see how it all started and lead to the BIG take over and how the company is doing now. This infographic contains 139 facts and stats about the app that shook the mobile photography world. It is time to start planning your instagram marketing strategy. This is a guest blog from WebsiteBuilder.org, a group of passionate tech enthusiasts, dedicated to help you find the best tool for your every website-building need. You can find more infographics at WebsiteBuilder.org

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10 things to remember while buying a home in India

This is a guest blog post written by Prachi Varshney, who is a food blogger, writer and content writer based in Doha. You can find more about Prachi and her blog beneath this post. 1. Check your family and office travel mode first Do you travel a lot via metro, highways, railway stations or airports? Choose your prospective properties according to your mode of travel. Living near railway station when you travel via flights is total useless. Check your priorities to see if you wish to take home near office or near your kids’ school or near your relatives. Do not stay away from all three. 2. Online IP address frauds If you are checking online property portals, keep a pen and paper nearby to take notes of the properties on the beat. Property portals save ur IP address and when they feel that your are highly interested they start increasing that particular property rates slowly.…

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On International Men’s Day, Middle-East NRIs demand Gender Neutral Law & Men’s Commission

Everyone knows about International Women’s day, but very few people know that there is also an International Men’s day. On Women’s day, Social media sites are flooded with messages harping on women empowerment, their remarkable achievement & sacrifice. But on the contrary, people laughs out at the very idea about the existence of International Men’s day and question the need for such day. There was a time when women were allegedly oppressed and discriminated and so during the course of time they were given more rights, attention & power in the name of equality. But time has changed and today men are at the receiving end and subjected to reverse discrimination. “Men’s don’t cry” or “Men are stronger” are some of the phrases; are as offensive and regressive to Men that feminist feels otherwise. Albeit feminists also feel that women rights are human rights but men rights are not. Men…

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Guest Blog : Exploring Doha’s MIA Park Bazaar

This is a guest blog post by Doha-based blogger Nina Mathew. Her blog NinaNotNow.com features some interesting perspectives and shares insider tips on life in Doha. You can find more about Nina and her blog beneath this post. The MIA Park Bazaar opened on 1st of October. Almost a hundred stalls have been set up in the park, with the beautiful museum building serving as the perfect backdrop. This year, the Bazaar will be open every Saturday from 12 pm to 7:00 pm up until April 2017. Now that the weather is finally better, it is the perfect family activity for a Saturday. The first section is for food. They have a variety of home-made ethnic foods stalls where you can taste authentic home cooked food. They had Malaysian, Syrian, Lebanese, Filipino, Indian, and Iraqi food on display. Every week, there will be different variety of food stalls. They also had…

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10 hotel booking tips to save money and avoid hassles

This is a guest blog post written by Prachi Varshney, who is a food blogger, writer and content writer based in Doha. You can find more about Prachi and her blog beneath this post. Whenit comes to booking a hotel for vacation, families want comfort, cleanliness and amenities – and all at a budget they can afford. Can you have it all? Yes! By following a few money-saving tips. Let me tell you that whatever we learnt so far from our online hotel booking experiences is really shocking and heart breaking. Here are some useful tips to not get trapped in the money-making tactics practised by hotels and booking websites: 1. The truth about rack rates Several big luxury hotels publish high rates on their websites but same hotel rooms are available at much cheaper rates on various travel booking websites. For example, if you check a hotel for direct booking they will…

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10 Traits of a Non Resident Indian (NRI) in the Middle East

This is a guest blog post by Doha-based blogger Nina Mathew. Her blog NinaNotNow.com features some interesting perspectives and shares insider tips on life in Doha. You can find more about Nina and her blog beneath this post. So first things first, NRI or Non Resident Indian is a citizen of India who holds an Indian passport and has temporarily emigrated to another country for six months or more. I’ve been one all my life. And be it through sudden bouts of realisation or friends of different nationalities pointing it out, I’ve realised that we have a few particular traits, especially those of us living in the Middle East. I’ve listed down 10 of mine. 1. ‘Yes I speak fluent English. No it’s not just cos I live outside of India.’ I find myself constantly explaining to people that it isn’t a thing of miracles that I speak fluent English. And it isn’t…