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Five Reasons To Be Thankful You Are A Pharmacist!

By AHS | December 14, 2017

We all have days when we wonder why we chose our professions. We are under pressure to get things done, the stress is building or things are going wrong. Sometimes it gives us second thoughts.

When this happens to you as a pharmacist, take a moment to remember what makes your job so special and important. Think about the reasons why you can be thankful you are a pharmacist. Here are a few!


You help people.

And you help them in the most important way possible – maintaining their health. You help them to feel better and regain their health as quickly as possible. You work directly with patients to make them well, and you can do it in a variety of different environments &


By AHS | December 13, 2017

We have an immediate opening for a Pharmacy Tech in Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS

Waltham is a city along the Charles River in Middlese


By AHS | December 13, 2017

We have an immediate opening for a Pharmacy, Customer Service Rep in Albuquerque, New Mexico! 

At the heart of New Mexico beats the pulse of a vibrant city. In Albuquerque, diverse culturesauthent


By AHS | December 06, 2017

We have an immediate opening for a Pharmacist Technician in Lynchburg, Virginia! 

Lynchburg, Virginia is a city which remembers its past while focusing on the future - a vibrant central city fostering a strong sense of community, economic opportunity for all citizens and responsive, results-oriented local government. 

Lynchburg is a city of 50 square miles located near the geographic center of the state, bordered by the eastern edge of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. It is located approximately 180 miles southwest of the nation's capital, Washington, D.C

Creating a Stress Free Environment During the Holidays!

By AHS | November 30, 2017

We tend to think that stress is caused by external factors: people, things, situations, and expectations. Sometimes its family members coming to dinner empty handed, or worse, their pet Fifi eats the family turkey.

Stress is a physiological response. The part of our brain responsible for the stress response is the amygdala, an almond-shaped nuclei located in the temporal lobes that manages our memory, decision-making, and emotions.

So how can we stop stress in its tracks? Without getting too deep into medical jargon, something called the parasympathetic nervous system acts in opposition to the sympathetic nervous system, the one that revs us up and sets us up for fight or flight. Therefore, to blunt the stre




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