(Adapted from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
September signifies the beginning of fall and the start of a new school year. We can also make it a time to start incorporating healthy habits into our daily routine. September is National Child Obesity Awareness Month, which means it’s also a perfect opportunity for families to think of new ways to keep themselves healthy. Here are some ways you and your family can enhance your health and well-being this fall:
Reduce your cost of care and improve your condition with Gatti Pharmacy's medication management services.
According to the World Health Organization, only 50% of patients take their chronic medications correctly. However, at Gatti Pharmacy, the average rate patients take medications correctly for chronic conditions is 95% when enrolled in our medication synchronization program, and roughly 88% even for those who are not.
Simplifying medications is not impossible, and we're here to help.
Whether you are on multiple medications or you are caring for someone who is, it's important to know that there are simpler solutions for managing more than one prescription at a time.
Debbie, an Indiana County resident, witnessed first-hand how difficult it can be when she and her family noticed how her father-in-law struggle to remember what medications to take and when.
Did you know August is National Immunization Awareness Month? It's important for people of all ages to be vaccinated to protect us (and those around us) from serious, and sometimes deadly, diseases. In addition to the flu shot, here are a few tips on which ones to get:
Making the decision to breastfeed your baby is not only extremely beneficial for your baby but can also provide benefits to you! You should feel proud of your decision and know that your Gatti staff is here for support. You can find a variety of nursing bras, breastfeeding pumps and supplies at Gatti Pharmacy where our staff can assist in finding the best products for you.
The Gatti Team
Information, tips and more from the Gatti Pharmacists and staff.