Our Locations

With locations all over the United States, we are able to service our patients better. Feel free to contact your local pharmacy directly, or call our main line, and we will point you in the right direction.
Florida
4000 Park St N,
St. Petersburg, FL 33709
Phone 727-381-9799
Fax 727-347-2050
Hours: 9:30am-6pm

New Jersey
440 A Raritan Ave
Highland Park, NJ 08904
Phone 732-640-0786
Fax 732-640-0787
Hours: 9am-5:30pm

New York
863 Fairmount Ave
Jamestown, NY 14701
Phone 716-484-1586
Fax 716-488-0073
Hours: 9am-5:30pm

Pennsylvania (Erie)
2936 W 17th St,
Erie, PA 16505
Phone 814-838-2102
Fax 814-838-2103
Hours: 8:30am-6:30pm (M-F), 9am-1pm (Sat)

South Carolina
640 Congaree Rd,
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone 864-241-0477
Fax 864-241-0843
Hours: 9am-5:30pm

Texas
10130 Louetta Rd # C,
Houston, TX 77070
Phone 281-251-0888
Fax 281-251-0889
Hours: 9am-5:30pm

Virginia
4001 Virgini Beach Blvd #110
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone 757-934-0533
Fax 757-228-3991
Hours: 9am-5:30pm

Corporate Headquarters
2535 Johns Place
Jamestown, NY 14701
Phone 716-720-5121
Fax 716-708-6248
Hours: 8:30am-5pm

Health

Patients who suffer from high cholesterol often report feeling like they are walking a tightrope in a death-defying stunt routine. Indeed, they are in a way doing just that. Cholesterol is necessary for the human body. Without it, we cannot live. On the other hand, uncontrolled high cholesterol places these patients at an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.   The most dangerous part is that...

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As the temperature rises, you probably make plans for trips to the beach, family vacations, cookouts, and other fun in the sun. As you’re making plans for your summer recreation, begin to plan for maintaining your summer health as well. These tips for a healthier summer will keep you ready to play all summer long.   With flu season behind you and so much fun to be...

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According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the entire world. That’s right, it’s the number one killer. Researchers link this high rate of heart disease to the fact that we are becoming more sedentary, eating poorly, and living high-risk lifestyles.   Establish a regular exercise program   No discussion of preventing heart disease excludes establishing a regular exercise program. This is...

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Your brain is arguably the most important organ in your body. For, without it, you cannot live. While modern medicine provides us the technology to successfully complete transplantation of the heart, liver, kidneys, and other vital organs, we are unable to transplant the brain.  This means that nourishing your body, and especially your brain, should be a priority for everyone. Yet, many don’t understand what...

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Ah-choo! Welcome to spring allergy season; if you listen carefully, you’ll hear the first notes of returning songbirds, the buzz of a choir of bumblebees, and a melody of sneezing everywhere around you! When these first early signs of spring return, it’s time to look at these 10 tips for prevention and treatment to improve wellness during spring allergy season.   Common Causes of Spring Allergies   As the...

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This flu season is proving itself to be one of the most dangerous and deadly seasons on record. You’ve probably heard countless co-workers and friends share their flu stories. In fact, the very thought of the 3 to 5 days of coughing, aches, and fever might even tempt you to issue a self-imposed quarantine until May! Of course, you know that’s not realistic, but what...

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As you look back at 2017 in the rearview mirror and forward to 2018, you’re probably reflecting on some ways that you can improve your well-being. In fact, it’s commonly expected that you’ll make a New Year’s resolution. Here are the Top 7 New Year’s Resolutions to better health in 2018. Why not choose one of these goals?   You may be asking yourself why you should...

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As the holidays approach, so does flu season. It’s unfortunate, but true. There’s nothing worse than falling ill with a cold or the flu with the holidays coming! There are so many fun activities. You don’t want to miss tree decorating, shopping, or cookie samplings. These 7 ways to stay healthy during the holidays can keep you feeling well throughout the entire holiday season.   1. Hydrate   You...

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Your lifestyle and food intake affect the health of your digestive system. With this, it important to partake on steps to aid in its improvement. Here are six tips which you can follow to improve your digestive health.     1. Avoid high-fat foods   Fatty foods may slow down your digestion process. With this, you are prone in experiencing constipation. With this, it is essential to cut foods with...

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Having a healthy gut can benefit you in several ways. It eliminates certain health issues such as skin concerns, cardiovascular diseases, memory degradation and depression. With this, it is important to note the symptoms of having an unhealthy gut.   Signs of Having an Unhealthy Gut It is important to check if you are experiencing signs of unhealthy gut. This is to prevent further health issues that may...

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