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What Is A Good Skin Care Routine?

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What Is A Good Skin Care Routine? People largely seem to start caring about their skin when it starts to show signs of damage. However, the truth is that you should start caring for your skin by establishing a regular routine for it early in life. One of the biggest issues people face or are […]

COVID-19 Update

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Our pharmacies continue to take abundant precaution to keep our patients and community safe and healthy.

What To Do For Pink Eye

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Pink eye or conductivities colors the eye pink with irritation or infection. Eyes can be itchy, teary, swollen, or have crusty eyelids. Antibiotic eye drops or ointments are often prescribed, but now there is a statement from the American Academy of Ophthalmology that antibiotics can do more harm than good. Do You Have Pink Eye? […]

What’s The Difference in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

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Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are characterized by the body’s inability to properly store and use glucose – an important source of energy. Collected in blood, glucose is not able to reach blood cells, which leads to serious health complications. Though Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are quite similar, there are certain […]

2020 Flu Season Need to Know

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From the coronavirus to the bush-fires in Australia, 2020 has not gotten off to a good start. An overview of this year’s flu strain This flu season has been particularly dangerous with multiple deaths even in very young children. Moreover, the virus is mutating (as usual) and making its way back around, so patients have experienced […]

Back to School Skincare Tips for Teens

Skincare Tips for Teens

As teens, we not only want to look great for our school photos, but we also want to look our best all school year long. During the summer, it’s easy to fall into a routine of forgetting to remove makeup before bedtime, failing to use moisturizer, and just not having an overall skincare routine. After […]

Tips for Fighting a Summer Cold

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Despite the warm weather outside, it’s possible for a virus to infect your respiratory tract. Colds come and go through every season, unfortunately. In the summertime, it can be difficult to distinguish whether you’re experiencing allergies or a summer cold. Allergies, however, usually present themselves with sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, and a watery runny […]

How to Help Calm Your Cough

Coughing occurs when something irritates your throat, which could be anything from dust to postnasal drip. Coughing, although aggravating, helps clear your lungs and throat. Some coughs, such as those that come from colds and the flu, will disappear eventually. Others, however, may be a sign of a serious medical condition and will need treatment […]

Foods to Eat When You Have the Flu, Pt. 1

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Have the flu? That’s unfortunate. It doesn’t have to be completely miserable, however, as there are certain foods that can soothe side effects while also helping boost your immune system. Here are five foods to try when you have the flu. These can soothe a sore throat, swollen throat, and a dry throat. They also […]

Things That Can Damage Your Liver, Pt. 2

Things that Can Damage Your Liver, Pt. 2 Alcohol isn’t the only product in the world that can cause harm to your liver. Here are four more products that do more harm than good, some you may even be surprised to see on this list. While this drug is great for back pain, headaches, and […]