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Ladysmith Pharmasave

441 - 1st Avenue
Ladysmith, British Columbia
P: 250.245.3113

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Steve Robinson Owner / Pharmacy Manager
February 10, 2012

Generic Drugs

  Generic Medications work the same as Brand name Medications.Generic drugs must provide the same consistent amounts of activeingredients into a patient’s bloodstream, measured over time. This measure is called bioequivalence. Both Generic and brand name medications are equal in strength, safety, quality and effectiveness. As a result they both provide the same therapeutic benefits. Generic medications cost on average... read more
Steve Robinson Owner / Pharmacy Manager
April 28, 2012

HPV Vaccine

The Government of British Columbia is launching a One-Time Vaccine Program for HPV Vaccine for women born in 1991, 1992, and 1993. This program is in addition to the school-based offering of HPV Vaccine which has been in place since September 2008, through which girls in grades 6 through 12 are eligible. HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccine prevents precancerous changes and... read more
Steve Robinson Owner / Pharmacy Manager
November 1, 2012

Movember

Watch for the hairy lips on the Male staff at Pharmasave Ladysmith! We are growing mustaches (or Mo’s) to raise awareness of Male Health Issues. Putting our upper lip forward towards raising funds to cure prostate cancer, and bring attention to Men’s Health Care Issues:  You can donate to the cause at : http://ca.movember.com/team/781065 The Whys: The average life expectancy... read more
Steve Robinson Owner / Pharmacy Manager
February 5, 2013

Heart Health

February is Heart Health Month. Valentine’s Day and the importance of our heart is a good time to review our own heart health. Our Heart and circulatory system pump 8000 litres of blood through some 96,000 km of blood vessels to provide oxygen and nutrients to all organs and cells of our body. The heart is the key organ in... read more
Steve Robinson Owner / Pharmacy Manager
July 18, 2014

Shingles

Shingles If you have had Chickenpox, you are at risk for shingles. About 95% of Canadian adults have had chickenpox. The same virus that causes chickenpox also causes shingles. The virus stays in your body and can later become active again as shingles. You cannot catch shingles from someone who has it. You can, however, catch chicken pox by direct... read more
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