Important NoticeThank you for your continued support of our family-owned business. In light of the governor's lifting of the Stay at Home order, we are planning a gradual reopening.

We will be taking the three weeks following the lifting of the Stay at Home order to assess the degree of community COVID-19 spread and tentatively plan to reopen in a limited fashion after that.

What do you need to know now?

Our store remains closed to the general public in order to keep our employees and community members safe. We will continue to wear proper PPE and take extra sanitation precautions when dispensing prescriptions and interacting with customers. Please continue to use our drive-thru, curbside pickup, and delivery services for all of your pharmacy (and other) needs.

We miss you and look forward to serving you in person again soon.

Colds vs. Allergies

It can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the common cold and allergies. However, making that distinction is key to identifying the proper treatment for timely relief.

As we head into the cold, winter months, keep this chart handy to help you determine if you are dealing with the common cold or airborne allergies.

Common Cold

Airborne Allergies

Symptoms Last

Up to 2 weeks

As long as the allergens are present

Symptoms Include

Stuffy, runny nose; sore throat; cough

Stuffy, runny nose; itchy, watery eyes

Treated With

Rest, fluids, over-the-counter medicines to ease symptoms

Antihistamines, decongestants, nasal steroids

Source: National Institutes of Health

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