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    Missouri Pharmacies and Roe v. Wade

    There has been a lot of confusion about the legality of certain medications in Missouri since the Supreme Court as removed protections afforded under Roe v. Wade.  There have been several news reports and stories about people having issues getting medications from pharmacies.  Our goal is give some explanation as to what is legal and...
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    Virus vs Bacteria

    Bacteria and viruses are all around us in our everyday lives. Both of them can cause us to get sick. They are very small and cannot be seen by the naked eye. Though the two are different from one another in a lot of ways.  Bacteria can be both good and bad for the body....
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    What is the difference between Ibuprofen (Advil) and Acetaminophen (Tylenol)?

    Many people are familiar with ibuprofen and acetaminophen. These are two over-the-counter drugs that are typically used for pain. You may be wondering though, are these two medications the same? Do they work the same way? You may be surprised that there are some important differences between these two medications. Ibuprofen is in the drug...
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    Taking your medication on time

    Taking your medication on time is very important. There are many reasons why it might be difficult to take your medication on time. Here are a few that we hear of most often.  “I don’t know how to take my medicine.” When you receive a prescription, it is always important to read the directions on...
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    Type 1 vs Type 2 Diabetes – What’s the difference?

    Diabetes is a disease that happens when your body has trouble with insulin. Insulin is a hormone that regulates the sugar in your blood. When you have diabetes, you are at higher risk of infections, kidney problems, and heart disease. It is important to understand the difference between the two types of diabetes. Type 1...
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    Blood Pressure Meds – when should I take them?

    This is a very good question. Usually blood pressure is the lowest while you sleep. Blood pressure is usually highest in the mornings and throughout the day. It makes sense to take blood pressure medication in the morning then, right? Not necessarily! New studies have found that this may not be the case. They show that...
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    Presumed Positive COVID Results

    There are many different COVID tests on the market. There are rapid tests that take 15 minutes to get your result. There are also tests that get sent to a lab which may take 2-4 days to get your result. The rapid tests are unfortunately not as reliable as the lab tests. The rapid tests...
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    Medicare Donut Hole

    Medicare drug plans are widely used by older adults. There are many different plans available to people. They can usually find a plan that works best for them and their situation. What a lot of people may not know about is that most of these plans have a coverage gap (also called the “donut hole”). ...
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    Long Acting Medications

    Extended Release Meds Vs. Regular (Immediate Release). What’s the difference? Many medications come in different forms. It is not always clear which medications are regular and which have special release forms. The regular or “Immediate Release” are more common. After a pill is swallowed and makes its way through the digestive tract. It works by...
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    Holiday Eating

    The holidays are coming quickly and this means spending time with family and friends whether in person or on-line. One of the hardest things about the holidays is making sure you are eating healthy to keep a healthy weight. This is a hard time for everyone to manage what we are eating. With a few...
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