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The Dangers of Self-Medication

Some people tend to self-medicate instead of going to a doctor when they are feeling unwell. It is because they find it cheaper compared to consulting with a professional. However, it is a misconception and can cause further problems for us. Here are some negative effects of self-medicating: Misdiagnosis of disease. Some diseases have similar … Continue reading

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Terms to Know in Your Prescription Insurance

Insurance policies can contain numerous jargons that can confuse you. Especially if this is your first time getting commercial prescription insurance, it’s better to learn what these insurance terms are before making your purchase at the nearby pharmacy in North Carolina. Here are some of the common terms to pay attention to before you get … Continue reading

Signs and Symptoms of Dry Eyes

If you work in front of computer screens every day, you will be familiar with the uncomfortable sensation that dry eyes bring. Luckily, you can buy eye-drops from our retail pharmacy to help soothe the discomfort. Dry eyes are the result of your tear film getting disrupted. Your tear film has three layers: fatty oils, … Continue reading

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Vital Questions to Ask Your Pharmacists

To improve the quality of life is the main reason why you take your medications. However, sticking to your routine of taking the right dose at the right time, in the right way and frequency, takes a lot of discipline. Maybe you are wondering what’s wrong with taking initiative through personal research? Keep in mind … Continue reading

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Avoid Medication Errors or Mix-ups

Sometimes, things can get confusing if you have multiple prescriptions. However, there are ways you can do to reduce the risk of medication errors or mix-ups. Try first to make a detailed list of your medications, from their names and descriptions to their drug indications and prescribed dosages. You may then leave a copy at … Continue reading