Q&A With a Pharmacist

September 27, 2021 | Uncategorized

This month we are celebrating our local pharmacists. From communicating with patients and physicians to filling prescriptions and keeping track of inventory, there’s no doubt the life of a pharmacist is busy busy busy. We were fortunate enough that Jonathan was able to squeeze us in for a little chat about why he enjoys the pharmacy life in Aberdeen, SD. […]

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Gearing Back Up for School

August 20, 2021 | Health, Kids, Uncategorized

The lazy days of summer are coming to an end and moms are mentally (and emotionally) preparing their kiddos for the new school year. August is the perfect time to gear back up for school and help the transition go as smooth as possible. Here’s a few things you can do. […]

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Achoo! It’s Allergy Season

June 16, 2021 | Health

Picture this: it’s a beautiful day and you’re spending it at the park with your family. You’ve packed a picnic. Birds are chirping. Life is good. You take a deep breath in to smell the flowers and the freshly cut grass when it hits you….allergy season. We’ve got five tips to make the outdoors enjoyable […]

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Cats. Hate. Pills.

May 18, 2021 | Pets

You’ve tried cheese. You’ve tried treats. You’ve tried literally sticking the pill down your cat’s throat. If you’ve learned one thing in your years of cat ownership, it’s that a cat won’t do what a cat doesn’t want to do. When it’s for the good of their health, like taking an important medication, you may […]

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Should I be Taking a Multivitamin?

April 22, 2021 | Health

We’ve all heard the doctors orders: exercise, eat an apple a day, and take your multivitamin. How important is that last one really, though? Some consider it a “best practice” while others never miss a pill. In fact, nearly half of Americans take a daily multivitamin. We’re here to tell you, it’s difficult to get […]

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Workouts That Don’t Feel Like “Workouts”

March 29, 2021 | Health

The majority of Americans have already dropped the ball on our New Year’s Resolutions to get fit. In fact, 91% of us chose health-related goals and around 80% quit back in February. Instead of setting unreasonable expectations like losing 30 pounds in a month, try moving a little more as part of your daily routine. […]

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Our Expert’s Take on Compounding for Kids

February 25, 2021 | Kids

If you’ve ever been to State Street Pharmacy, you’ve probably seen or met Victor, our compounding wiz. He’s the man in charge of creating a wide assortment of custom prescriptions. Here’s what he has to say about compounding for kids. “Big drug companies only make a few different strengths of medication in order to stay […]

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Mental Health During COVID-19

January 21, 2021 | Health

You wouldn’t need a crystal ball to have predicted the toll COVID-19 would take on mental health. Fear, illness, job loss, isolation, and loss of others have contributed to a staggering increase in anxiety and depression. Sadly, self-harm, suicide domestic abuse, and addiction all surged last year. It’s important to keep your mind healthy while […]

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