Holiday Eating – How to Have Your Pie and Eat It Too!

By: Registered Dietitian Megan Hall The holidays have arrived! This time of year, I typically hear questions on how to enjoy our favorite holiday treats without going overboard and expanding our waistlines. Rest assured, there are ways to enjoy your holiday favorites without overdoing it on the calories, sugars and fats. Try practicing the seven…

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Pancreatic Cancer | Facts & Figures

Amber Pharmacy’s Oncology Center of Excellence is a dedicated team that provides consistent and exceptional care and clinical expertise for all patients and caregivers dealing with cancer and cancer-related concerns.

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A Time for Gratitude

By: Amber Pharmacy President Mike Agostino Thanksgiving is here, reminding us to reflect on the things that matter most in life. At Amber Pharmacy, we have many things to be thankful for, and I cannot think of a better time to list just a few of the things for which we are truly grateful. First…

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6 Self-Care Tips for Caregivers

By: Kris Admire, Certified Case Manager, Patient Education & Resources Manager November is Family Caregivers Month. Caregivers often put their needs behind the needs of the loved one they care for. It’s no surprise that this extreme dedication to another’s well-being can have some negative effects on your own health if you don’t take time…

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10 Over-the-Counter Medication Safety Tips

By: San Bernardino Pharmacy Manager Teresa Kelley There are several over-the-counter (OTC) medications available to patients today. They include cold medications, medications for headaches and everything in between. It’s easy to pick up an OTC medication from a local pharmacy to treat these ailments, but do you know all you should about the OTCs you take?…

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My Lupus Diagnosis | Tanette Welsh’s Story

By: Oncology Patient Care Senior Lead Tanette Welsh October is Lupus Awareness Month. Research shows that two-thirds of the public knows little or nothing about lupus. In an effort to change that, I would like to share my story about being diagnosed and living with lupus. When I look back, it’s ironic that I ended…

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Colorful Foods May Lower Cancer Risk

By: Megan Hall, Registered Dietitian Nearly 40 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lifetimes, according to the National Cancer Institute. Even though there is no magical food that prevents cancer, a healthy, low-fat diet can help reduce certain risk factors. The good news is that there…

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Thank a Pharmacist this October

By: Chief Pharmacy Officer Micaila Ruiz October is American Pharmacists Month and it’s the perfect time to thank pharmacists for all they do. You may not realize it, but pharmacists do so much more than count pills for patients. Pharmacists focus most of their time and energy on ensuring patients receive safe and effective drug therapy.…

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