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Waking the World” written and illustrated by local author Doug Routledge

New at Nash Drugs!… “Waking the World” by Doug Routledge, another one of our local authors!
Adding to our collection of Hillsdale County authors which includes Ruth Kyser, Author, Dan Bisher, Bobbi Lee Byrd and Francis Gabriel.


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A New Year… A New You?


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Is there a person on the planet that hasn’t made a New Year’s resolution
and then failed to follow through?
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Setting goals may be the easy part, but turning those goals into results….?.
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Well, we all know how hard that can be. Whether you’re hoping to shed a few pounds, step up your level of exercise, or kick that smoking habit once and for all; you can take steps to improve your chances of success. .
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Here are just a few ideas.


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Merry Christmas from Everyone at Nash Drugs!

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Merry Christmas

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May your hearts and homes be filled with all of the joys the season brings.

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And may your Christmas sparkle with magical moments of love, laughter and goodwill.


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Health Smart December 2016

In this issue…

  • December is Medicare Awareness Month… How Do Medicare Plan Differ?
  • Flu Update.. Are you at increased risk for Flu Complications?
  • Healthy Holidays… Try these delicious desserts that won’t tip the scales.
  • Holiday Safety… Safe Driving Starts With You.
  • Rx Gourmet… Mexican Tomato Soup
  • Your Sleep… A Quick Snooze Can Be Good For You
  • Senior Health… Older Skin Needs Extra Winter Protection
  • Did You Know… Here’s Another Great Reason to Wash You Hands

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13 Days Left Until Christmas!

Check out these sales at Nash Drugs! Better than our Black Friday specials!


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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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