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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month 

We're here to help make it easier for you to manage your Diabetes. November is National Diabetes Awareness Month - and we're more excited than ever to share all the great ways Walgreens helps you stay well year-round.

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Get the Most from Medicare Part D During Open Enrollment

Get the Most from Medicare Part D During Open Enrollment 

If you're eligible for Medicare healthcare coverage, you're also eligible for Medicare Part D prescription insurance. Our expert pharmacists are here to help you compare plans during the open enrollment period.

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Beyond the Flu: Fall Wellness

Beyond the Flu: Fall Wellness 

The beginning of autumn brings crisp breezes and beautiful leaves as the weather cools off. Although the flu might be fall's most talked-about illness, learn how to stay well with these other health conditions that worsen during the fall.

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Stay Relaxed During the Holidays

Stay Relaxed During the Holidays 

The holiday season is a time for friends and family, but it can also lead to stress as well. Here's some great tips on how to stay relaxed even if the grocery store runs out of turkey!

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Recipes Corner
Pharmacist FAQ

 Ring in the holiday season with these delightfully warm dishes!

Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Rich Tomato Sauce Healthy Holiday Treats

Q: Are there any alternative therapies for psoriasis?

A: There are some alternative therapies for psoriasis, but some of these treatments have been tested in very small numbers of people and their usefulness hasn't been proven. However, some alternative therapies can help relieve itching that can result from psoriasis. The disease itself is a chronic skin condition in which skin cells are produced and flake off more rapidly than normal, causing dry and red areas of skin that are covered with silvery scaling. These areas are called plaques. Psoriasis can affect people of all ages, but typically first appears in youth to middle age.

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Q: Can diabetes cause skin problems?

A: Diabetes does cause skin problems for some people. Approximately one-third of all patients with diabetes will develop some type of skin disorder covering a range of severity. The disorders can be as minor as localized itching or severe enough to require amputation. It's important to take all skin problems and conditions stemming from diabetes seriously and remember that even a minor cut can lead to amputation of a limb if left untreated.

Dry skin can affect people with diabetes. High glucose levels and frequent urination commonly cause diabetic patients to become dehydrated. Dehydration, in turn, increases the tendency to develop dry skin. Dry skin can then crack and become infected with bacteria or fungi.

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Keep Your Pets Well at Walgreens

Keep Your Pets Well at Walgreens

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