Good Neighbor Pharmacy
June 26, 2015
Locally Owned. Locally Operated. Locally Loved.
We conclude our 4-part series on improving healthcare for you and your family, with the help of your pharmacist. Today we’re talking about asthma and allergies; many sufferers have both. Having the right pharmacist on your healthcare team is essential. Someone who knows you by name, and can help make health recommendations. They can help you manage disease, offer ongoing counseling, and even quit smoking. Join our guest Michelle Peral from Good Neighbor Pharmacy, which operates a network of over 3200 locally owned community pharmacies, and learn about helping you or a loved one manage asthma and allergies.
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