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Nash News...

Health Smart: October 2016

In this issue…

  • Breast Cancer Update… Reducing Your Risk
  • Talk About Prescriptions Month… Older Adults and Medications
  • Oral Health… How does Diabetes affect your teeth and gums?
  • Diaper Rash… Keep your baby’s skin healthy and comfortable
  • Rx Gourmet… Pasta and Asparagus Salad
  • Lung Disease… You CAN Lower Your Risk
  • Senior Health… Understanding Medicare Supplement Insurance
  • Did You Know… What is a Flexible Spending Account?

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News about the Flu Vaccine

It’s really tough to stay on top of all the health news these days. We’re here to help! Since the flu season is right around the corner, here’s a snapshot of recent news stories about the flu vaccine.

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NEW Intradermal FLU Shots!

During a recent WCSR radio interview, our pharmacist, Rick Searfoss, was able to talk about our new Intradermal FLU Shots which are available to those ages 18-64. Call your Nash Drugs location for more details. Walk-ins welcome at all locations!

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Wellness Advocate: Make Your Emergency Plan Today. Prevent Childhood Obesity. Recipe: Butternut Squash, Shells & Cheese

In this issue… Make Your Emergency Plan Today. Prevent Childhood Obesity. Recipe: Butternut Squash, Shells & Cheese

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Health Smart: September 2016

In this issue…

  • Chronic Pain… What can be done?
  • Your Digestive Health… Lactose Intolerance
  • Home Healthcare… Is it for you?
  • Vaccine Update… Why get a Flu Vaccine?
  • Rx Gourmet… Honey Balsamic Glazed Chicken Breasts
  • Pollen… What allergy sufferers need to know
  • Senior Health… Preventing falls at home
  • Did You Know… Don’t give cough and cold meds to toddlers or infants

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Pharmacy Symbols and Their Meanings

Mortar and PestleThe mortar and pestle has long been used as a pharmaceutical symbol. Pharmacists would use the mortar and pestle to crush and mix ingredients to cure diseases. The mortar and pestle are tools of traditional pharmacy, an easily recognizable visual motif.

Rx is the symbol meaning "prescription". According to most sources, it's an abbreviation of the Latin word "recipere" and appears at the start of prescriptions. Literally, the word recipe means simply "Take..." as prescribed and compounded by the apothecary.

bowlhygieiaThe bowl with a snake coiled around it is called the 'Bowl of Hygieia' with the serpent of Epidaurus and is the internationally recognized symbol of pharmacy (the profession). Hygieia was the daughter of Aesculapius, one of the Greek gods of medicine, and was herself the Greek Goddess of Good Health. Her symbol was a serpent drinking from a bowl, the snake being wisdom, immortality and healing.

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