Helping Customers Prepare For Cold And Flu Season: Tips For Expanding Your Convenience Store Inventory

Whether customers in your convenience store's neighborhood are worried about the spread of coronaviruses or dealing with the annual cold and flu season, expanding your inventory can provide much-needed help during troubling times. Here are some ways you can use an expanded inventory to meet the evolving needs of your customers to help them stay safe and healthy. Germ Mitigation End Cap Fighting the spread of germs is essential during cold and flu season and during a pandemic. [Read More]

4 Reasons To Schedule Routine Eye Exams

If it's been some time since you've been to the eye doctor, you want to make sure that you schedule an appointment soon. Keeping up with routine eye exams can improve your health and allow you to get help for problems that you may not even know that you have. Many people think they're seeing just fine, but an eye doctor can help them see even better. Here are the reasons you should schedule routine eye exams. [Read More]

Uncommon Allergy Symptoms In Children

Childhood allergies can cause nasal congestion, sneezing, itchy ears, runny nose, and sore throats. They can also cause rashes, itchy skin, and tingling inside your child's mouth. Talk with a board-certified allergist about these. They may easily recognize these symptoms to be associated with allergic reactions. However, there are other, more uncommon symptoms of pediatric allergies that can be associated with many other illnesses. Here are some uncommon allergy symptoms your child may experience that you should know about. [Read More]

Preparing For An Urgent Care Visit

What do an earache, dog bite, and a minor sprain have in common? They are all good reasons to choose a walk-in urgent care clinic over the emergency room. Not only are the waits generally less at urgent care, the cost may also be much less expensive than the going rates for seeing an emergency room doctor. If your primary care physician can't get you in and you dread the wait at the emergency room, then read through the following to prepare for a visit to the walk-in urgent care facility. [Read More]