Paul's Pharmasave
990 River Road
Manotick, Ontario
K4M 1B9
P: 613.692.0015
F: 613.692.0023
Store Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9am-8pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sundays: 10am – 4pm
Holidays: Closed

 

Blog

July 6, 2020

July – Sun Care / Healthy Skin

Sun protection for your skin There is a bewildering array of skin and hair care products confronting men and women in magazine and television advertising, at cosmetic counters, and in pharmacies. The manufacturing and sales of these products is a... read more
June 4, 2020

June – Stroke

Are You at Risk for Stroke? Stroke is the third-largest killer of Canadian adults, after heart disease and cancer. It’s also the primary cause of physical disabilities and is second only to Alzheimer’s disease as a cause of mental disability.... read more
May 11, 2020

May – Heart Health

May – Heart Health Heart disease is the leading killer of Canadians. There are some risk factors you can’t change, such as family history, age, and race. However, there are many important risk factors that you can work on: high... read more
May 11, 2020

April – Cancer / Oral Health

According to the American Cancer Society, if you engage in moderate-to-vigorous exercise five days a week, typically for 45 minutes each time, it may protect against colorectal and other forms of cancer. To keep your intestines healthy and at lower... read more
March 2, 2020

Travel Immunization Facts

Travel Immunization Facts The Facts Immunizations are among the most important and effective ways to prevent travel-related infections. Immunizations for travel include: the routine childhood or adult immunizations that you would receive in Canada those that are required to cross... read more
February 13, 2020

February – Heart Health

Heart disease: 10 things you should know Heart disease can cause different symptoms in women. Although women experience classic symptoms of heart disease such as chest pain, nausea, sweating, and other symptoms, women also experience other symptoms. For example, women... read more
January 2, 2020

January – Smoking

Have you tried quitting smoking and then relapsed? It’s normal for people to need a few tries before successfully remaining tobacco-free. Relapse regret There’s no doubt about it, quitting smoking isn’t easy. Relapses often happen. If you can’t stay away... read more
December 6, 2019

December – Happy Healthy Holidays!

Stay Stress-free this Holiday Season Stress piles up around the holidays. What should be a time of peace, joy, and giving can become a time of hurrying, rushing, and worrying. It’s important to find a way to balance holiday stress... read more
November 1, 2019

November – Diabetes

Your Diabetes Care Team It is not clear what all the exact risk factors are for type 1 diabetes, although it is known that if other people in your family have type 1 diabetes, you are at higher risk for... read more
Fight the Flu
October 2, 2019

October – Cold & Flu

Treating and preventing the seasonal flu The normal treatment for flu is rest, plenty of liquids, and acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or acetylsalicylic acid (ASA)* to help with headache, muscle aches, and fever. Children and teenagers with flu shouldn’t take ASA or... read more
Fall Meal Planning
September 17, 2019

Fall Meal Planning

Fall can be a super busy time of year—kids go back to school, and it takes everyone some time to settle in to the routine of homework, sports, and after school activities. All this added bustle can stretch time even... read more
Arthritis
September 9, 2019

September: Arthritis

Over 6 million Canadians have some form of arthritis. In fact, it’s one of the leading causes of long-term disability in Canada today. Appropriate treatment, as well as learning how to manage this chronic condition, can go a long way... read more
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