Eat This Not That: Furry Friends Edition! Happy Take Your Dog to Work Day! As we celebrate with our furry companions by our side today we are reminded that “dogs are Man’s best friend.” Like with any friend, we hope they stay happy, healthy, and safe.
Whether you are looking to start birth control for the first time or you're unhappy with your current birth control method, your pharmacists at Moose Pharmacy can help!
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year. It is considered to be the start of summer. When we think of summer, we think of being outside, barbecues, being near or in some kind of water, and having the sun on our skin.
Many of us heard that certain supplements such as Fish Oil (Omega-3 Fatty Acids) and Magnesium might be good for our heart. But not many people know about one very interesting, and still newly emerging supplement in the market today– CoQ10.
When was the last time you checked your blood pressure? At home? At the doctor’s office? May is National Blood Pressure Education Month and it’s important to know how you can take control of your blood pressure!
For a limited time only, Moose Pharmacy patrons can purchase the special edition Moose Family collector’s series! That’s right—all the Moose owners from previous generations in glass bottle form!
In the midst of the global pandemic, it’s no surprise that this World Health Day will be centered around patient health and COVID-19. While the threat of the virus may be daunting at times, on this World Health Day, we challenge you to shift your mindset towards bettering the health of yourself and others.
April is National Garden Month, and what a time to start gardening so you can smell the flowers throughout this Spring season! While we are trying to limit our exposure to COVID-19, gardening is a recommended hobby to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 since it is outdoors.
Women’s History Month was established in 1987 to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture, and society. Every year, Women’s History Month has a theme, this year the theme is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope”.
In our current age, we often find ourselves replacing our current possessions with the newest and latest device. National Old Stuff Day is a day to appreciate things that are old and vintage.
March is the month that highlights how important it is to make healthy food choices! However, sometimes it can be difficult to make sure you are getting enough essential nutrients to maintain or improve your health. That is why taking dietary supplements can help with filling in the gaps in your diet! It is important to note, however, that supplements are regulated as food and not as medications.
Do you want to begin the New Year with a new healthy habit? Then eat oatmeal as a part of your New Year’s resolution! Oatmeal is associated with lowering the risk for heart disease, lowering cholesterol, and helping to control blood sugar levels.
The start of a new year is always an exciting time, and also provides an excellent opportunity to make a positive change in our lives. According to the CDC, adherence to medications for chronic conditions such congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol can reduce annual healthcare spending by as much as $7,800 per person.
MoosePacks are like an advent calendar for your health! The best gift of all this holiday season for you and your loved ones is the ease of mind that your health is being cared for.
Approximately 34.2 million adults in the U.S. and 422 million people worldwide have diabetes. In observation of World Diabetes Day, stay informed by learning about the risk factors, prevention, and treatment of diabetes.
Ask your pharmacist what calcium and vitamin D supplements are right for you, and how to determine how much you get from your diet. Our Moose Pharmacy Calcium +D supports bone health through a balanced formulation of calcium, vitamin D and magnesium in an easy-to-digest softgel!
Have you ever felt stressed or overwhelmed? Of course you have! Whether it is school, a job, or a personal situation, stress is everywhere! Stress is defined as anything that causes emotional or physical strain or tension. There are many ways to reduce and prevent stress in one’s life.
The time of year has come when the cooler weather makes breathing a little more difficult. Are you tired of coughing so much? Do you already have an inhaler or inhalers at home? Is your breathing waking you up at night? Don’t let your asthma and/or COPD ruin your pumpkin festivities!