Prescription transfers

At one point, you may want to transfer your prescriptions to another pharmacy, for example, after you move. This can be done for most medications when you have a valid prescription. Find out more about this useful service.

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Medication review

Health and medication are complex subjects! It’s often difficult to get the information you need and can trust. Fortunately, your pharmacist can provide you with a medication review to explain each of your medications in detail.

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Help managing your medication

Following your prescription isn’t always easy. When you take multiple drugs or have memory, vision or dexterity problems, taking medication can be that much more difficult. Your pharmacist can come up with some practical solutions to help!

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Streptococcus tests

A sore throat can be a symptom of a cold, which is usually caused by a virus. However, throat pain can also be caused by the Streptococcus bacteria. Many pharmacies provide rapid strep tests.

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Your medication list

Your pharmacist can provide you with an updated list of your medications at any time. Also called a medication record , this list includes the names, strengths and dosages of your prescriptions on file. Don’t hesitate to ask for your list!

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Home visits

Your pharmacist provides many services to help monitor or manage your medication. To provide these services, your pharmacist needs to meet with you in person, which can be difficult or impractical. The solution: ask for a home visit!

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Advice about natural health products

Contrary to popular belief, natural health or homeopathic products aren’t automatically safe. Any product can have side effects or cause drug interactions. Ask your pharmacist for advice!

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Large-print labels

Do you find medication labels hard to read because the print is so small? Ask your pharmacist for labels in larger print. You’ll see things much more clearly!

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What to do with expired or unused medications

After cleaning out your medicine cabinet, you may have a collection of expired and unused medications. What do you do with them? Don’t throw them in the garbage or flush them down the toilet! Instead, return them to the pharmacy.

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Flavour for liquid medications

Does your little one spit out medication because of the unpleasant taste? Ask your pharmacist if it can be flavoured. As Mary Poppins would say, “Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down!”

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