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How to Deal with Hay Fever

With Spring most definitely in the air, it is time for trees to blossom and the grass to grow. Sounds great, right? However, if you are one of the unlucky 20% of all Americans who suffer from hay fever, then it can be a time of year where you wish you were able to simply […]
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Should You Have the Shingles Vaccine?

As we get older, the risk of contracting shingles increases. That is one of the reasons why the CDC currently recommends that anyone over the age of 60 years should have the shingles vaccine to reduce the risk that they will get shingles or Postherpetic Neuralgia (PHN). Statistics show that the vaccine reduces the chance […]
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Creating a Home First Aid Kit

One of the most essential medical supplies that every family should have close at hand is a first aid kit. With an adequately stocked kit accidents and injuries can be dealt with quickly and efficiently, often without the need to visit a doctor! The key is having the right items in the kit, and the […]
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New Year Resolutions for Your Health

It’s that time of year again when our thoughts turn to making New Year resolutions. Some of them you may break before the month is out, but others you may find yourself sticking to in the longer term. If you are not yet sure what sort of changes you would like to make, then Vaughn Pharmacy has […]
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Tips for Controlling Your Blood Pressure

Being diagnosed with high blood pressure can be a daunting prospect. Many patients have concerns about taking medication to lower their readings, especially if it is only mildly elevated. The good news is you can manage blood pressure effectively by making some lifestyle changes. Your local pharmacy can offer some great advice to help lower your blood […]
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Are You Ready for Flu Season?

Flu season is already upon us and physicians and pharmacies everywhere are starting the annual flu vaccination process with their patients. This year, the recommendation from the CDC is that only the injectable vaccine is given to anyone over the age of two, rather than the nasal spray option that was previously offered to younger […]