Like many pharmacies today, we are always wondering how we will have enough time in the day to focus on what our patients really need! They need our knowledge and expertise in providing clinical services and not just filling their medications. Well for us, the answer is medsync. It has been wonderful at streamlining our workflow process. It has allowed us the opportunity to be more proactive and less reactive in filling medications. Medsync has granted us more time in the day to focus on all the services we want to provide to our patients.
At a couple of our retail locations,...more
Information was just released by Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing regarding vitamin D supplementation recommendations for older adults. "Vitamin D supplementation has been shown to have modest beneficial effects in older adults in reducing falls, fractures and perhaps other maladies such as respiratory infections, possibly including COVID-19. At this time, there are no definitive studies to indicate vitamin D supplementation prevents COVID-19 infection, or reduces severity of illness; however, there are studies showing an association between low vitamin D...more
EpiPens with a current expiration date between Feb 2019 - Oct 2020 have been granted an extended 4 month expiration from the FDA. This means, your EpiPen will last you 4 months from it's prior expiration if it falls between the dates mentioned above. If you have questions, feel free to call us or ask the next time you visit our Northern Colorado local pharmacy!more
When it comes to preventing and treating high blood pressure, one often-overlooked strategy is managing stress. If you often find yourself tense and on-edge, try these seven ways to reduce stress.
- Get enough sleep. Inadequate or poor-quality sleep can negatively affect your mood, mental alertness, energy level, and physical health.
- Learn relaxation techniques. Meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery, deep breathing exercises, and yoga are powerful relaxation techniques and stress-busters.
We can dispense birth control from our Fort Collins pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription.
Consult with one of our Clinical Contraceptive Pharmacists who are certified to review your options & be protected today! We’re here for emergencies. Out of refills and can’t get a doctor appointment fast enough? Don’t have a physician yet? We can dispense your birth control same day.
We offer the following birth control options:
- birth control patch
- birth control pill
- emergency contraception (morning-after pill)
Visit any one of...more
Colorado pharmacists are now authorized to dispense safe and effective tobacco cessation medications without a doctor visit.
With recent legislation that allows Colorado pharmacists to prescribe pills, patches, inhalers and nasal sprays, Good Day Pharmacy is paving the way in Northern Colorado to help Colorado residents quit smoking. Establishing a smoking cessation program by the end of 2018 was a goal of Northern Colorado-based Good Day Pharmacy, and it’s kicking into full swing just in time for 2019 New Year’s resolutions.
Since approximately 5,100 Coloradans die...more
Holidays are a time for celebrations, parties, and get-togethers. But sometimes the holiday season can also be a source of the blues, especially for older people, who may think about how quickly time has passed, or miss loved ones more during this time of year. Health conditions or concerns about money can also make it harder to enjoy the holidays. Good Day Pharmacy is here to offer tips to help cope with the melancholy that may accompany the holidays.
Get out and about Ask family and friends for help traveling to parties and events. Invite family and...more
Unfortunately, medication errors occur relatively often — and they can harm you and your family. The good news is there are ways to avoid medication errors.
By following these eight safety tips, you can help prevent medication errors at home and keep yourself and your family safe.
1) Ask Questions and Disclose as Much Information as You Can
Ask your doctor or Good Day Pharmacist questions about your medications and what they treat. Knowing what medications you take and why can help you identify possible problems. These potential issues include duplicate...more
A recent study analyzed rates of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and HPV-related cancers in the United States. Lower vaccination and pap smear testing rates were found among the uninsured and those in Southern states. Highest rates of...more