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As the vibrant colors of spring emerge, so do the dreaded symptoms of seasonal allergies. For millions, this time of year brings the beauty of blooming flowers and sneezing fits, congestion, and relentless sniffles. However, you can implement these simple yet effective strategies to keep seasonal allergies at bay. On windy days, it's best to hang indoors as much as possible to avoid pollen exposure. Avoiding outdoor activities like lawn mowing or gardening that stir up allergens can help minimize symptoms. Wearing a face mask while doing outdoor chores can also reduce pollen inhalation. Make sure to change clothes and

As the days get longer and the flowers bloom, it's the perfect time to tackle that often neglected space in your home: the medicine cabinet. Neighbors Pharmacy believes that spring cleaning isn't just for decluttering your living spaces; it's also an ideal opportunity to refresh your medicine cabinet. A clutter-free medicine cabinet makes finding the medications and supplies you need when you're not feeling well easier. Imagine the convenience of knowing that your pain relievers, first aid items, and daily vitamins are neatly organized and readily available. One of the most crucial reasons to clean out your medicine cabinet is

As we welcome a brand-new year, many of us reflect on the past and set new goals for the future. It’s the perfect time to focus on self-improvement and self-care, and Neighbors Pharmacy is here to support you in your journey to a healthier and happier you. Taking care of your physical and mental health should be a top priority in the new year. Neighbors Pharmacy can provide you with prescription medications and help you make informed decisions regarding your health. We’ll take the time to talk with you, one-on-one, about your health concerns and regularly review the medicines you are

As the holiday season approaches, finding the perfect gift for your loved ones can be delightful yet daunting. But you don't need to worry. Neighbors Pharmacy Gift Shop offers unique gifts for you and your family! Neighbors Pharmacy Gift Shop offers an array of home décor items that can add a touch of warmth and personality to any home. From detailed art pieces to cozy throw pillows, these items are perfect for those who love to embellish their living spaces. Our gift shop features a beautiful selection of accessories. From stylish headbands and bags to elegant earrings and bracelets, these

November is a significant time of the year as it marks National Diabetes Month. Communities all across the U.S. come together to raise awareness about diabetes, a health condition that affects approximately 37 million Americans, including both adults and youth. For this year's National Diabetes Month, we want to focus on ways that you can take proactive measures to prevent health problems associated with diabetes. Diabetes, often called high blood sugar or hyperglycemia, is a chronic disease when your blood glucose levels are consistently elevated. This

Fall is here again, and so is cold and flu season. While pumpkin spice lattes and cozy sweaters are delightful, the cold and flu season is less so. However, you can stay ahead of those pesky viruses with the proper preparation. The common cold, influenza (flu), and COVID-19 are caused by different viruses but share many symptoms. While cold symptoms include a runny nose and sore throat, the flu and COVID-19 can cause fever, body aches, and a dry cough. The onset of symptoms varies, with cold or flu symptoms appearing 2-3 days after exposure, while COVID-19 symptoms can take

September is recognized as Self-Care Awareness Month, a time to remind us that taking care of ourselves, first and foremost, is essential. With busy lives, juggling work, family, and many other responsibilities, it becomes easy to neglect our well-being. While it's crucial to meet our obligations and be there for our loved ones, it's equally vital to prioritize our own needs. When we practice self-care, we're not just adding to our well-being but ensuring that we're at our best when interacting with the world around us. Self-care refers to a conscious act to promote one's physical, mental, and emotional health.

It's that time of the year again: the school bells are ready to ring, and anticipation for the new academic year is here! As we welcome the return to school, we at Neighbor’s Pharmacy find it crucial to provide our children with some essential health techniques to ensure their well-being throughout the year. Here are some tips for maintaining good health during the back-to-school period to begin a successful school year. Before you start the school year, ensure that your child is up to date with their health check-ups and immunizations. Regular health examinations are crucial to detect potential health

The adage "Sleep is the best medicine" is more than a saying. It is backed by scientific evidence confirming the multifaceted benefits of a whole night's sleep. Firstly, adequate sleep is a pillar of good health. During sleep, our bodies perform vital functions such as repairing tissues, releasing growth hormones, and consolidating memories. This rejuvenating process is essential to maintain physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being. Sleep not only heals our bodies but also fortifies our minds. It enhances our cognitive abilities, including creativity, problem-solving, and decision-making capabilities. Moreover, it plays a crucial role in memory consolidation, helping us retain learned information and

With warmer, sunny days upon us, it is vital to be aware of ways to protect yourself from the factors that can cause melanoma. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that can be fatal if not detected and treated early. However, there are several ways to prevent melanoma from developing in the first place. Melanoma is caused by the uncontrolled growth of pigment-producing cells called melanocytes. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning beds is the most common cause of melanoma. Still, other factors can increase your risk of developing this type of skin cancer. These include