You have medication questions; your pharmacist has answers.
Pharmacists can help you maximize the benefit and minimize the risk of your medications.
Did you know your pharmacist can explain a medication label, tell you about interactions with other drugs or foods, package your tablets, and be a bridge between you and your prescriber? Pharmacists are easy to reach and ready to help.
Make sense of your medications. Visit your pharmacist.
There are more than 360,000 immunization-trained pharmacists in the U.S. As part of your immunization neighborhood, pharmacists are there for you. In fact, pharmacists plausibly accounted for more than 50% of all COVID-19 vaccinations in the U.S.
Your pharmacist also can talk about other vaccine-preventable diseases, such as pneumonia, shingles, or HPV, and help determine which immunizations are appropriate for you or a loved one.
Protect your health. Visit your pharmacist.
A spoonful of sugar doesn’t always help the medicine go down. Did you know that more than 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and more than 96 million U.S. adults have prediabetes?
You can prevent—or manage—diabetes with help from your health care team, including your pharmacist. Pharmacists use their expertise to help you get your blood glucose under control and reach your goals.
You’re not alone in managing your diabetes. Visit your pharmacist.
It’s time to breathe easier.
Did you know that more than 25 million people in the United States have asthma, of whom about 4 million are children? Or that 15 million people are currently diagnosed with COPD?
You can control your asthma or manage your COPD with help from your pharmacist, including instruction on how to use your inhaler properly to maximize your benefit.
Pharmacists provide care to improve your quality of life. Visit your pharmacist.