10 Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season

10 Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season Supporting our local community, even in the smallest way, can make a big difference. Investing in our community doesn’t have to cost a lot or take up significant amounts of time. New to getting involved? It can be easy, and it is never too late to start! […]

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Does CPAP Therapy Work for Sleep Apnea?

Do loved ones constantly give you grief about your snoring? Do they complain about the nonstop sound, or the many interrupted nights of sleep your snoring has caused them? Well, it’s time to take action.  What Really Causes Snoring? The direct cause of snoring is vibration of the soft tissues of your mouth and throat. […]

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Are Artificial Sweeteners Safe for Kids?

You’re a health-conscious shopper. When choosing healthy snacks for the kids, you’ll pick up that yogurt container and take a look at the nutrition label. Low in calories and added sugar? Check. And so that yogurt finds a home in your shopping cart.  But you may have overlooked something.  We all understand that most “diet” […]

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5 Reasons You May Need Compound Medication

Your standard, mass-produced medications aren’t the best option for everyone. Some circumstances may mean that a patient fares better with something custom-made for them. Thankfully, Medicap Pharmacy owns and operates our own compounding lab so that we can customize your prescription to better suit your needs. Our professional staff will discuss your needs and the […]

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Is Snoring a Sign of Sleep Apnea?

Sometimes you can do everything right and things still don’t go your way. Just ask Sergeant Hayden. Sergeant Jeffrey Hayden was a cavalry scout in the US Army. He was fit, ate as well as a soldier could, and took good care of himself. After 10 years of hard training, he was strong and had […]

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Loved Ones & Diabetes: How Can YOU Help?

Loved Ones & Diabetes: How Can YOU Help? Diabetes affects millions of people in the US and sometimes those affected are family or loved ones. When someone you love is diagnosed with diabetes, it can be emotional and can cause a million questions to run through your mind, such as; what the medical costs are […]

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PBMs: Bad for Your Health, Your Wallet, and Your Tax Bill

PBMs: Bad for Your Health, Your Wallet, and Your Tax Bill Pharmacy benefit managers, commonly known as PBMs, are third-party administrators contracted by health plans, large employers, unions and government entities to manage prescription drug benefits programs. PBMs are the single biggest influence on the soaring price of prescriptions. Originally intended to process claims on […]

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What’s True About the Flu?

What’s True About the Flu? Influenza (Flu) is a potentially serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Every flu season is different, and the infection can affect everyone differently. Millions of people get the flu every year, hundreds of thousands of people are hospitalized and thousands to tens of thousands of […]

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Summer Fun in the Sun

Summer Fun in the Sun Did you know that the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes? And although some people are at higher risk of getting skin cancer, anyone can get it. People with greater risk include those with lighter natural skin color, skin that burns, freckles, […]

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August is National Immunization Month

August is National Immunization Month August is National Immunization Month, and it is a time to recognize the importance of staying safe, reducing the spread of diseases, and staying up to date on immunizations for each stage of life. Due to COVID-19, it is more important than ever to ensure everyone in your family is […]

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