Never Miss Out on a Needed Immunization
As life forms on earth evolve, so do the diseases.
Medical complications unheard of in a not so distant past have become commonplace these days. Certain diseases develop into more virulent forms after a period of time. This may be because the strains of the viruses that carry or cause them likewise evolve.
Take the case of mosquito-borne diseases. Before, we only used to hear of malaria, West Nile virus, yellow fever or filariasis. Now, there’s dengue, chikungunya and Zika fever.
In recent years, it seems the strain of dengue virus is constantly evolving. Just when our medical experts and scientists have found a way to figure out the characteristics of the virus, another trait shows up, and so on.
But we are thankful that with the advancement in medical science and researches on health, mankind is keeping in step with the evolution of the disease-causing microorganisms.
The Blessing Called Vaccine
We owe so much to the people who had sacrificed a lot to find the needed antidotes for such diseases. Foremost of their discoveries are the vaccines which are administered through immunization. This affords us protection from serious or potentially fatal diseases.
This is what Wikipedia has to say about it: “Immunizations are often widely stated as less risky and an easier way to become immune to a particular disease than risking a milder form of the disease itself. They are important for both adults and children in that they can protect us from the many diseases out there.”
“Immunization not only protects children against deadly diseases, but also helps in developing children’s immune systems. Through the use of immunizations, some infections and diseases have almost completely been eradicated throughout the United States and the World.” (Please see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immunization.)
“Active immunization/vaccination has been named one of the “Ten Great Public Health Achievements in the 20th Century,” Wikipedia adds.
Check Out Our Immunization Products and Services
Knowing the importance of vaccination or immunization in helping prolong our lives, here in our drugstore, St. Mary Pharmacy, the Pharmacy in Palm Harbor known for our local customer care but balanced by world class pharmaceutical products and staff, we maintain an impressive list of vaccines for different illnesses. Here are just a few of them:
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis A and B Combination
- Rubella Vaccine
- Mumps Vaccine
- Flu Vaccine
- Tdap Vaccine
- Measles Vaccine
- Family Planning / Birth Control
- Td Boosters
- Varicella Expand
- Pertussis Vaccine (Whooping Cough)
We carry immunization products for everyone, but we give special preference to infants, children, and pregnant women because they are more susceptible to certain diseases.
Drop by St. Mary Pharmacy, the neighborhood but globally competitive Pharmacy in Palm Harbor, Florida and get your immunizations – for you, your patient, or your family. We can administer immunizations that increase your immunities to keep illness at bay.
Never miss out on an immunization. It may mean your life or the life of a loved one.
We would be glad if you take the time to drop by our store. We are conveniently located in 30606 US-Hwy. 19 N, Palm Harbor, Florida 34684.
Please take note of our store hours:
- Monday through Friday — from 9am to 6:30pm
- Saturday –from 10am to 2pm
If you’re too busy to do that, please give us a call at 727-773-9000. You can also fax us your orders, inquiries, or requests at 727-773-9001. You can do the same via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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