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Which Type of Migraine Do You Suffer From?

Around 38 million people across the Unite States suffer from migraines. Did you know that there are multiple different types? Some can be treated with help from your local pharmacist while others may require more in-depth intervention. Early Warning Signs of Migraine Some migraine sufferers get an early warning known as a prodome, that lets them know […]
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Everything You Need to Know About Measles

As of today, there have been 127 confirmed cases of measles so far this year across 10 different states. Tennessee has not been affected yet, but cases were reported in the latter half of 2018 and the state remains one of 21 on alert for the disease. With that in mind, it is worth knowing […]
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Are You Suffering from a Cold or the Flu?

If you are feeling a little under the weather, it can be easy to assume that you are suffering from the flu. However, many people mistake the much less serious common cold for a case of the flu during the Winter months. The cold tends to be a milder respiratory illness that lasts for a few days, […]
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Identifying and Treating Strep Throat

Strep throat starts to become more common in the Winter months through to early Spring. It is not usually dangerous but can cause some more serious complications if left untreated. Let’s take a look at how to spot strep throat and how Vaughn Pharmacy can help! What is Strep Throat? Strep throat is a painful […]
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Winter First Aid Tips

As the Winter months begin to approach, it is a great time to think about some seasonal first aid tips. Our minds immediately go to it being cold and flu season and stocking up on our tried and tested remedies for these ailments, and it is undoubtedly a good idea to visit your local pharmacy […]
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Last Year’s Deadly Flu Season Prompts Vaccination Push

It’s that time again when flu begins to rear its ugly head! This year, public health officials are calling for the public to ensure they get vaccinated following last year’s deadly flu season. In 2017-18 approximately 80,000 people across the United States died as a result of flu according to the US Surgeon General, Jerome […]