Summertime brings warmer weather, backyard barbeques, and most importantly – vacation! Many families choose to plan trips around school summer breaks where the weather is nice and the worry about catching up on schoolwork is nonexistent. While there’s much fun to be had and the memories will last a lifetime, the planning alone can be stressful. Amongst the flurry of packing bathing suites and enough socks for everyone, there’s one item that often gets forgotten: medication.
As women enter different life stages, their healthcare needs change. Be healthier with one, or all, of the steps below! Get the conversation started at your next well-woman - It’s a time to check in on how you’re doing, how you’d like to be doing, and what changes you can make to reach your health goals. In addition to talking with your doctor or nurse about your health, you may also need certain vaccines (shots) and medical tests. You do not need every test every year!
With springtime flowers blooming and warmer weather here to stay, it’s no wonder that the month of May is seen as a time of renewal. As we focus on spring cleaning and summer plans, we shouldn’t forget about revisiting the most important thing of all: our health. This month celebrates National Women’s Health Week – and what better way to renew your spring spirit than to take control of your daily and future healthcare needs?
There’s nothing more important than your health, but it’s easy to get caught up in life and put health on the back burner. That’s why healthcare awareness days, weeks, and months are crucial not just for those living with those issues, but for those who might not be aware of their healthcare risks. May is filled opportunities to observe any health concerns and take action! Pharmacists, you can get in on this too! Take this opportunity to utilize our disease state cards with patients and physicians alike to build the case for the Medicine-On-Time solution.
During the international month of love, make sure you give your own heart some affection. American Heart Month, a federally designated event, is an ideal time to remind Americans to focus on their hearts and encourage them to get their families, friends, and communities involved.
The month of July brings the hot sun, picnics at the park, and maybe even a beach trip or two. Summer is a prime time to be as active as possible, especially children. However, for some children, those fun-filled months can mean depression.
Don’t spend your mornings, afternoons or evenings organizing medication regimens: That’s what Medicine-On-Time is for!