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Pfizer & Moderna Immunizations Available

Pfizer & Moderna Immunizations Available

Pharmasave Valleyview is now administering both the Pfizer and Moderna Vaccine to those eligible. If you’re interested in getting the vaccine, please contact your health care provider, or local public health unit for more information. You will be screened for COVID -19 symptoms and risk factors using the Alberta Health COVID-19 screening criteria. If you […]

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SECOND DOSE OF THE COVID-19 VACCINATION

Pharmasave stores are now administering the second dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine to eligible individuals. If you’re interested in getting the vaccine, contact your health care provider or local public health unit for more information. You will be screened for COVID -19 symptoms and risk factors using the Alberta Health COVID-19 screening criteria. If you […]

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Boost Your Immune System

One way to boost your immune system is by decreasing your stress levels to help keep your immune system at its best, especially during cold and flu season. When you are stressed out, your body is on overdrive and it can bring your immune system down, which will put you at a higher risk of […]

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Insomnia

Insomnia is very common, however rather than being a condition it is actually a symptom of something else. There are several types of insomnia. Some have trouble falling asleep, while others have trouble staying asleep or waking up too early. Sleep problems can be short-term, lasting a few days or weeks, or chronic, lasting for […]

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Fevers

  Although normal body temperatures can vary throughout the day, the average adult normal body temperature when taken by mouth with a thermometer is 37°C (98.6°F). When someone has a fever, the body raises the normal body temperature above 37.5°C (99.5°F). Fever is actually the body’s natural way of defending itself from invaders like viruses […]

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EAR me out (Otitis Media)

What is Otitis Media? Otitis media is a middle ear infection that is most common in infants and young children, especially those between the ages of 6 months and 3 years. Antibiotics are often used to treat ear infections. What are some Common Symptoms of Otitis Media? Common symptoms of acute otitis media are fever, […]

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Oh My GERD

GERD stands for gastroesophageal reflux disease, which is the backflow of stomach contents upward into the esophagus. The stomach lining protects itself from the effects of its own acids. Because the esophagus lacks a similar protective lining, stomach acid that flows backward (refluxes) into it causes heartburn. Many people experience heartburn occasionally; however, people who […]

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High Blood Pressure

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and people who have abnormally high blood pressure or hypertension in their arteries are far more likely to die prematurely of heart disease. Hypertension is one of the main risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Primary hypertension is when the cause […]

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