Lighting up your path to better health
We’re living in exciting times. Never have more people had the opportunity to pursue the life of their dreams. But to be able to enjoy a richer quality of life, you need your health. Our team of highly trained pharmacists offers educational classes on a wide variety of topics - from diabetes to heart health. We take great pride in our excellent customer service and look forward to providing you with the knowledge and tools you need to to transform your health and circumstances.
Are you suffering from diabetes?...
Diabetes affects over 25 million people in the US alone, and is one of the most common diseases in the world today. Over 10 million more have symptoms that relate to the onset of diabetes. Control the risk before diabetes controls you!
Debilitating and life-threatening, diabetes is a health threat to all, especially to anyone who has a history of the disease in the family, is in their mid 40s, has a Body Mass Index above the average and suffers from high cholesterol and blood pressure.
Even if you are at risk for developing diabetes or already suffer from this disease, you can still live your life to the fullest! Birdsboro Pharmacy offers Diabetes Education classes to help you understand the disease, how to adjust your lifestyle with the tools you need to control your diabetes, and live a long and happy life. We also carry an extensive line of diabetic supplies and offer free training on all blood glucose monitors sold.
...Or want to learn more about heart health?
The key to a healthy heart is lifestyle management and reducing your risk factors. Our wide variety of resources can help you get healthy and stay healthy. We offer:
- Wellness resources - Classes, events and support groups designed to help you learn about heart-related matters and other wellness topics.
- Risk factors for heart disease - Understanding the risk factors is essential for prevention. We encourage you to learn about the risk factors, including the ones you can control, and the importance of risk assessment.
Medication alone is not enough