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At Ritzman pharmacy we want to be a partner in your healthcare. In doing this, we strive to provide you with the information you need to make educated decisions about your health. Our Living Well eNewsletter (formerly printed and mailed) contains information on health issues:
  • Q&A with Ritzman pharmacists
  • In-store specials
  • Ritzman Happenings
  • New products
  • Health tips
  • and more!

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Feature Articles

Read the latest feature articles from our Living Well eNewsletter.

July 2015

Staying Safe in the Summer Heat

Feature Article Image Staying Safe in the Summer HeatClimatologists expect the trend of sizzling summers to continue, and predict that more people will be at risk for heat-related health problems. A new report in the Lancet examines the effects of various measures to protect individuals and communities from the harmful effects of atmospheric heat. Read More

 

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April 2015

Is it ok to take medicines & vitamins together? 

April 2015 eNews Feature Article Image

Did you know that everything you eat or drink changes your body chemistry? Your morning OJ. Your allergy medicine. Even a turkey sandwich.

Balance your body chemistry

Disease often throws off your body chemistry, which medicine may help correct. Drugs may replace a missing chemical, block a symptom of the disease, or help fight it off. When vitamins or herbs are combined with a medication, they may interact. Read More

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January 2015

Steps to Stress Less

Feature Article Image Steps to Stress LessChronic stress increases the risk of obesity, sleep problems, diabetes, headaches, anxiety and depression, heart disease, stroke, asthma, and digestive issues. Stress also taxes the immune system, making you more susceptible to infections. Stress is the body's natural response to different types of threats.Read More

 

 

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October 2014

Boning Up On Calcium

Oct 2014 FA pictureSure, calcium builds strong osteoporosis-resistant bones. But most people don't know that getting enough of this mineral also helps keep blood pressure in check, improves cholesterol numbers, makes preeclampsia in pregnancy less likely, reduces the risk of colon cancer, and helps with weight maintenance. Read More

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