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What Asthma Medications in My Canadian Pharmacy are Good for Self-Treatment

What Asthma Medications in My Canadian Pharmacy are Good for Self-Treatment

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease, the prevalence of which has greatly increased in recent years. It is believed that many people are not aware of having asthma, and therefore do not receive proper treatment. At the same time, most asthmatic patients can gain complete control of the disease with the help of treatment, and…
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Prescription Medications store

The Best Way To Store Prescription Medications

The statistics gathered by the American Food and Drug Administration shows an alarming tendency. The users of prescription medications tend to expose these to light, water, and oxygen; the three substances associated with life in most humans, yet being the enemies when it comes to prescription medications. It the following article, we will see what…
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Negative Image pharmacy

Do Ads Impose the Negative Image for all Canadian Pharmacies Working Online?

As expected, strong competition in the field of online pharmacies drives the distributors to promote their products in a rather aggressive manner than cannot but detrimentally affect the image of entire e-commerce segment of online Canadian pharmacies. Aggressive promotions in online drugstore business: the consequences Aggressive commercial practices constitute an unfair practice because of repeated…
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Independent Pharmacies

Independent Pharmacies: What Do We Know about Them?

The rapid growth of retail pharmacy chains in the U.S. and Canada in recent years has marked the transition of the pharmaceutical distribution market to a qualitatively new level of development. The economic situation in the pharmaceutical market allows networks to formulate strategic objectives for the short and medium term, and to predict the direction…
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Health Engagement: It’s About Time

by Rachel Moore, Social Media and Digital Strategist at Colorado HealthOP I work in digital communications, which basically means I really enjoy saying things online to reach people’s eyes and leave a mark (hopefully). I also work in the healthcare industry — have done so for going on almost nine years cumulatively. So you can imagine my…
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All Things in Moderation – Especially Halloween!

What a timely message to send out before you venture forth tonight to enjoy the holiday! Yet, as you prepare for your special festivities, we wouldn’t be your health partner if we didn’t remind you that “all things in moderation” is a great policy for enjoying life and choosing health at the same time. Candy…
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Being CO-OPy: A Silly Little Word

When I started my job here at Colorado HealthOP, they kept using the word “CO-OPy” to describe their culture. I thought to myself, “well, that’s a strange and silly little word.” There is probably no hard definition for what it means to be “CO-OPy” but that’s the point. There is a unique definition to every person…
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3 Things to Ask at Your Primary Care Visit

People ask me medical questions. And I like questions.  As a doctor, I realize people in my professional and personal life don’t just come to me for my winning personality and witty repartee. I’ve been to medical school, and sometimes it’s nice to know someone in the medical field as a go-to for questions about…
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Members First: Doing Our Job

by Hannah Speights, Colorado HealthOP 2014 Summer Outreach Intern After a recent community meeting in Summit County, Colorado HealthOP’s Kristin Van Horn received a voicemail message on her phone. It was from one of our members. The member thanked us for coming all the way to the Summit County area to listen to their voices…
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Being CO-OPy: 5 Ways to Broaden Your Horizons

You don’t have to be a part of a CO-OP to be CO-OPy—but you do have to be willing to have fun, be flexible, think outside the box and, on occasion, say so-long to your comfort zone. While these values make for a progressive and unique work environment, I highly recommend they be adopted as…
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