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Back-to-School Medicine Cabinet Must-Haves

Posted on: August 11th, 2015 by CarePro Blogger

Back-to-school season brings fall allergies, common colds and playground bumps and bruises. This means the contents of your medicine cabinet is more important than ever. You don’t want to have to make a late night run to the store, so today’s CarePro Health Services blog is about back-to-school medicine cabinet must haves. All of these […]


Important Kids Vitamins

Posted on: August 11th, 2015 by CarePro Blogger

If your child is young, you know they are growing like crazy, but they may not be getting all the necessary nutrients to help them grow. Today’s CarePro Health Services blog has the benefits of a multivitamin and how it can bridge the nutrition gap for your child. Benefits of a multivitamin for children: Bridges […]


CarePro Health Services Launches New Website

Posted on: May 7th, 2015 by CarePro Blogger

  Have you seen lately?!  Last month, CarePro Health Services revealed a new website which they have been quietly working on for the past few months with web marketing provider, VGM Forbin and creative agency, North Forty.  The new CarePro Health Services website,, provides visitors with resources and tools that will make it […]


Four Easy Tips for a Healthy School Year

Posted on: September 2nd, 2014 by CarePro Blogger

Back-to-school time means dealing with an abundance of germs. Every high-five, drink at the water fountain and shared box of crayons could lead to a cold for your child. Stay ahead of the game this school year with four simple tips to help your kids stay healthy. Show your child the “vampire sleeve” (bend your […]


Corridor Seniors Give Back!

Posted on: August 14th, 2014 by carepro

In 1988, President Ronald Reagan deemed August 14 National Senior Citizens Day to honor the contributions of senior citizens to society. Senior citizens are a valuable part of communities in the Corridor. Their contributions provide much needed assistance and opportunities for their families, friends and neighbors that may be otherwise unavailable. Corridor seniors have ample […]


Take the Guesswork Out of Supplements

Posted on: July 15th, 2014 by carepro 2 Comments

Are you interested in vitamins and supplements, but not sure where to begin? After all, there are hundreds of brands and formulations to choose from. How do you know which supplements are the best for you and your family? Simple! Start by taking our FREE assessment online at Just answer a few short questions […]


How to Choose a Good Sunscreen

Posted on: June 16th, 2014 by carepro

Too much sun exposure can cause painful sunburns, premature skin aging and other health problems. Although moderate sun exposure is good for your body, too much exposure over time can lead to skin cancer. Protect yourself this summer with a high quality sunscreen from your local CarePro Pharmacy. The following ingredients are found in high-quality sunscreens: […]


Men: 4 Easy Tips for a Healthier Summer

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 by carepro

Living a healthier lifestyle doesn’t mean that you eat only salad and your house is full of gimmicky workout equipment. A few simple (and manageable) lifestyle upgrades can make a big difference in your health and happiness. Here are 4 easy things you can do to stay healthy this summer: 1. Take care of your […]


5 Tips for Better Sleep

Posted on: March 11th, 2014 by carepro 1 Comment

Sleep is a favorite hobby for many people, but it is also necessary for living a healthy, fulfilling life. Millions of Americans do not get enough sleep every night due to overwhelming schedules, imperfect sleep environments and sleep disorders. Symptoms of lack of sleep Most adults need around 8 hours of sleep per night to […]


Four Ways to Prevent Falling at Home

Posted on: January 29th, 2014 by carepro

  Staying safe and healthy at home is likely one of your goals as you get older. However, one bad fall may compromise your independence. Falling at home can lead to serious injuries like broken bones or head trauma that may affect your ability to live independently. Falling is not something that “just happens” as […]