Jun 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
The temperatures are climbing and so are the dangers of heat exposure for your medications. Fortunately, our friends from Cannon Pharmacy are here to help!Read More »
Is Laughter the Best Medicine?
May 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
We all love to laugh, but could it actually help our overall health? Our friends and sponsors at Cannon Pharmacy explain!Read More »
Apr 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
April is National Stress Awareness Month. Most have heard the importance of managing our stress and how this can improve our overall health. Sponsored by: Cannon PharmaciesRead More »
Prediabetes: What Does it Mean and What Should I Do?
Mar 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
Nine out of 10 Americans most at risk for diabetes don’t know it. Taking 60 seconds to find out if you are one of them is the first step toward a healthier life. Sponsored by Cannon PharmacyRead More »
In This issue: February, 2019
Feb 01, 2019 ● By Kevin
What does Community Activism really mean? This month, we look at some local people and programs that are making a difference in Cabarrus County!Read More »
The Link Between Diabetes and Heart Disease
Feb 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
Did you know that diabetes or pre-diabetes is one of the top 10 reasons for U.S. deaths? However, most don’t realize these deaths are from related heart diseases. Cannon Pharmacy explains.Read More »
Are You One of the Six Out of Ten People?
Jan 01, 2019 ● By Jason Huddle
More than 12 percent of the world’s population will develop a thyroid condition in their lifetime. Thankfully, our friends at Cannon Pharmacy are here to help.Read More »
Don’t Struggle to Pay for Medications
Dec 03, 2018 ● By Jason Huddle
The Holiday season can be less joyous when you're trying to figure out how to buy presents and purchase your medications too. Our friends at Cannon Pharmacy are here to lend a hand!Read More »
Are You Living With Diabetes Unaware?
Nov 05, 2018 ● By Jason Huddle
According to the CDC, diabetes is a medical condition that affects 30.3 million people in the U.S., and 7.2 million people in the U.S. have diabetes and don’t know it.Read More »