1. Common Myths About Flu Season Debunked

    Centuries ago, everybody knew that the world was flat. They knew that the Earth was the absolute center of the universe. They knew that using leeches to suck human blood would cure diseases, and that studying the bumps on the skull told them more about human behavior. As an online pharmacy, we’re first and foremost, scientists. We test hypotheses and, if they are no longer accurate, we get rid o…Read More

  2. Surviving Flu Season, Part 2

    When the seasons change, there are certain things you can anticipate. As summer fades, we get leaves transforming into dazzling shades of bright color. We get colder weather and pumpkin spice flavored everything. We also get flu season, the time of year where people either get flu vaccinations sooner, flu medication later, or both, if the vaccine isn’t so great. But there are more options availa…Read More

  3. Staying Healthy During Flu Season

    In every office, some things always stay the same. There’s always one person who eats too many donuts. Always one person who doesn’t shut the door correctly during winter, allowing freezing air to come in. There’s always one person during flu season who is annoyingly, irritatingly, not sick. How do these people do it? A desk drawer full of medical supplies? The fact is, while you can’t sta…Read More

  4. Wellness Tips for Fall

    Fall is less of a season and more of a transition between summer and winter—this is especially true in Northern Colorado. For a few weeks, the trees turn yellow and orange, the temperature is perfectly mild, and flannel is abundant. Then, the first snow hits. Fall is fleeting, but that doesn’t mean you can stand pat heading into winter. This short season is the perfect time to prepare yourself…Read More

  5. Easing Cold Symptoms

    Colds can be a nuisance and distraction to everyday life, but they’re also an inevitable, yearly occurrence. Instead of trying to avoid the inevitable, here are a few common and effective cold remedies that will help you shed your common cold symptoms. Humidifier For those with dried out, stuffy noses, a humidifier could be a great option. Using a cool mist humidifier can bring life back to drie…Read More

  6. Back-to-School Health Tips

    Summer is basically over, and the new school year is just about here (if it isn’t here already). It’s time to pick up some school supplies, figure out your daily schedule, and get your kids on the right track for academic success. But if your kids are going to succeed in school, they must be healthy and safe. In this blog, your Fort Collins pharmacy team at Good Day Pharmacy will give you a fe…Read More

  7. Staying Healthy in the Workplace

    One sneeze, one cough, and one handshake. This is how the widespread infection of cold and flu symptoms can invade your workplace, and can keep your from performing well and feeling your best. Not to worry—here are a few ways that you can minimize the risk of illness in the workplace, and keep yourself feeling happy, healthy, and productive. Drink water. Water is the foundation of life, so it’…Read More

  8. What is Compounding?

    The science of pharmaceutical compounding has been highly misunderstood (or not understood at all) for decades. In this blog, the Fort Collins Pharmacists at Good Day Pharmacy will help you understand the basics of pharmaceutical compounding and how it helps the general public stay healthy. What is compounding? Compounding is the creation of a “custom” pharmaceutical drug made by a licensed ph…Read More

  9. How to Stay Healthy When Travelling

    Travelling is one of the most rewarding parts of life. However, every adventure comes with its risks, and an elevated chance of contracting foreign illnesses and health problems. Here are a few ways to properly prepare for your trip, and ways to stay healthy when you’re on your adventure. Eat healthy. If you’re destined for airport terminals and hotel rooms, it can be difficult to maintain a h…Read More

  10. Tips For Traveling With Asthma

    Saint Augustine once said, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” He wasn’t wrong, because the act of travel not only provides you with unique experiences, but it profoundly changes your perspectives on the world. By having a pint with the locals in a small Scottish town, feeling the sand between your toes in Tahiti, or watching a magnificent sunrise in Kenya, y…Read More