“Your health is important to us! That’s why we work hard to provide you with the tools and information you need to live a healthy lifestyle. At Clermont Community Pharmacy, we want to be an important part of your health care team. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.”
MedicinePlus :: Learn about your prescription drugs and over-
the-counter medicines. Includes side effects, dosage, special
precautions, and more. A free service from the National Library of
Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
WebMD :: This comprehensive pill identification tool from WebMD
allows you to search prescription drugs based on the imprint, color
and shape. This free tool is easy to use and works well.
RXList :: This extensive pill identification tool from RXList allows you
to search for prescription drugs, vitamins and other medication. This
is another free tool that works very well.
National Institutes of Health :: Basic pill identification from the
National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
Not all drugs and pill pictures are available, but it is still a good tool
for pill identification.
Health and Disease Information
Centers for Disease Control :: The CDC is valuable resource for
information about diseases, their prevention and how to live a
healthy lifestyle. Learn about various types of injuries, health in the
workplace, and emergency preparedness.
Freedom from Smoking :: If you want to stop smoking, the American
Lung Association has established their Freedom from Smoking
campaign to help you quit. The program has helped more than 1
million people quit smoking.
SmokeFree.gov :: A program from the National Cancer Institute to
help you quit smoking and stay quit. Provides you with several tips
and suggestions on how to quit smoking.
QuitNet :: Help quit smoking with an online support community of
other smokers just like you. Provides expert support, quit smoking
resources, and information about various stop smoking medications.
Symptom Checker :: If you’re feeling a little under the weather, try
this free tool from the Mayo Clinic to help identify what ails you. As
always, you should consult a health professional for medical advice,
diagnosis and treatment.
Food and Drug Administration :: Consumer information on dietary supplements with tips on making healthy decisions when it comes to herbal supplements. Also has information on dietary supplements for those over 50.
FamilyDoctor.org :: Tips, suggestions, warnings and other information about over-the-counter herbal products and supplements from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Healthy Living Links