COMMUNITY HEALTH CORNERWith Chief Pharmacist, Samantha Elliott at Thrifty WhitePharmacy, 239 2 Avenue NW in Valley City.Diabetes and High Blood PressureHigh blood pressure is twice as likely to strike a person with diabetes than aperson without diabetes. Left untreated, high blood pressure can lead toheart disease, kidney disease, and stroke. In fact, a person with diabetesand high blood pressure is 4 times as likely to develop heart disease thansomeone who does not have either of the conditions. About two-thirds ofadults with diabetes have blood pressure greater than 130/80 mm Hg oruse prescription medicines for hypertensionPreventing high blood pressureThe American Diabetes Association recommends the following to helpprevent the onset of high blood pressure:. Reduce your salt intake. Exercise regularly. Avoid excessive alcohol intakeEngage in stress-relieving activitiesGet to and stay at a healthy weightMonitor your blood pressure at homeStop smoking and avoid exposureto secondhand smoketroduing oun Diabetes Suppot Phogram/Enroll in our program and see the benefits!Medication scheduling to align your refillson the same day each month, allowing youto pick up all of your medications in one trip.Face-to-face counseling from your localpharmacist, including customized diabetescoaching and condition management.HealthyPack Rx multi-dose packagingavailable to simplify your day.It's easy to enroll! Simply call or stop by yourlocal Thrifty White to get started today!O Employee OwnedR/239 2nd Ave. NWValley City, NDPHARMACY701-845-1763STORE HOURS: Mon Fri: 9am- 6pmSat: 9am-1pm Sun: ClosedBUY ONLINE

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COMMUNITY HEALTH CORNER With Chief Pharmacist, Samantha Elliott at Thrifty White Pharmacy, 239 2 Avenue NW in Valley City. Diabetes and High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is twice as likely to strike a person with diabetes than a person without diabetes. Left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, kidney disease, and stroke. In fact, a person with diabetes and high blood pressure is 4 times as likely to develop heart disease than someone who does not have either of the conditions. About two-thirds of adults with diabetes have blood pressure greater than 130/80 mm Hg or use prescription medicines for hypertension Preventing high blood pressure The American Diabetes Association recommends the following to help prevent the onset of high blood pressure: . Reduce your salt intake . Exercise regularly . Avoid excessive alcohol intake Engage in stress-relieving activities Get to and stay at a healthy weight Monitor your blood pressure at home Stop smoking and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke troduing oun Diabetes Suppot Phogram/ Enroll in our program and see the benefits! Medication scheduling to align your refills on the same day each month, allowing you to pick up all of your medications in one trip. Face-to-face counseling from your local pharmacist, including customized diabetes coaching and condition management. HealthyPack Rx multi-dose packaging available to simplify your day. It's easy to enroll! Simply call or stop by your local Thrifty White to get started today! O Employee Owned R/ 239 2nd Ave. NW Valley City, ND PHARMACY 701-845-1763 STORE HOURS: Mon Fri: 9am- 6pm Sat: 9am-1pm Sun: Closed BUY ONLINE

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