Advice On Aging Well
Using one “pharmacy home” can mean a stronger, closer relationship with the pharmacist, who can provide advice and guard against harmful drug interactions.
(NAPSI)—Every day for the next eight years, 10,000 people in the U.S. will be turning 65. These baby boomers are expected to face new health challenges and concerns, such as managing chronic health conditions.
Fortunately, there’s a resource they can turn to for such help—the pharmacist. By forming a close relationship with a pharmacist and having a single “pharmacy home” for all prescriptions, people are twice as likely to take their medications as prescribed and more likely to stay on their medications, which can reduce their health care costs by thousands of dollars annually.
For example, the pharmacists in CVS stores can help you understand your medication and other health information so you not only feel better, you may even save money.
To find a nearby CVS/pharmacy, visit www.cvs.com or call (888) 607-4287.