If you could make a lifestyle change that reduced your risk of chronic disease by as much as 80%, would you do it? If not, what’s holding you back? We’ve got suggestions for changes that will improve your long-term health.
The thyroid gland is small, but it has a big job. If you’re taking thyroid hormone for an underactive thyroid, what food and drug interactions should you watch for? And how do you know if the dose is right for you?
Incorporated businesses with 10 to 199 employees that want (or are required) to carry out workplace COVID-19 testing for employees can register for a federal program to receive tests at very little cost.
COVID-19 rapid antigen test kits are now available at the pharmacy. These publicly funded tests are currently being offered to B.C. residents aged 70 years of age and over who have active MSP coverage. The age limitation will be lowered as more kits arrive in B.C.
We often consider how drugs interact with each other, but we may overlook how foods interact with our medications. From coffee to energy drinks, caffeinated beverages are a popular stimulant that can affect many common medications.
We’re now offering COVID booster shots in the pharmacy. In this article, we’ll address questions about whether a booster dose is really needed, whether Moderna is okay after Pfizer, and how to book your appointment with us.
Soon the holiday season spanning Christmas to New Year’s Day will be here and we can look forward to celebrating and spending time with family and friends. Check out our 10 tips to help you stay on course for healthier holidays.