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Jerry Rosa
· July 25, 2013
Robert is extremely knowledgeable about getting your body healthy using natural supplements! Very informal seminar on gut health tonight! Looking forward to upcoming seminars on healthy food intake an...d brain health! See More
Leticia Perez
June 28, 2013
Robert Moore has been COMPOUNDING my Med's for years and have been exceptionally happy with his awesome work I PROUDLY RECOMMEND Moore's Pharmacy!!!
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During this Holiday season, remember to eat in moderation, drink your water and take your supplements, and squeeze in a walk or two. Merry Christmas from the Moore's family to yours.

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Wishing all our customers, friends and followers a blessed Thanksgiving!

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Poorly controlled blood sugar can lead to diabetes complications such as heart disease, kidney disease, retinal damage, or even death. A new study suggests that people with diabetes who take medication as directed and exercise at least four times a week were at a significantly lower risk of poorly controlled blood sugar. Talk to our pharmacist about diabetes management. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releas…/2017/…/170613102019.htm

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Adolescent acne is common and usually caused by hormonal changes in puberty. Adult acne isn’t as common and can be a sign of another underlying health problem. The most common health problem associated with adult acne is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) which affects women around reproductive age. If your doctor has diagnosed these conditions, talk with our pharmacist about treatment options.

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The first order of JellyCat has arrived! The rest will be here later this week or early next...

Come visit our Sinton location for all your 🎄Holiday🎅🏼 shopping needs !!🙋🏼‍♀️🎉😉

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Delicious red and purple foods such as berries, red onions, red grapes, and red cabbage are packed full of nutrition. Red cabbage is extremely versatile and can be eaten raw, fermented, cooked, or used as a food wrap. Red cabbage also fits most diets such as Paleo, low carb, ketogenic, low fat, and vegan, and is a good source of manganese, potassium, and vitamins C, K and A.

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Replacing saturated fats with healthier dietary fats can reduce cholesterol as much as some statin medications, according to the American Heart Association. Some healthier poly-unsaturated and mono-unsaturated fats are found in oils such as avocado, olive, canola, corn, and peanut. Talk to our pharmacist about options for managing high cholesterol.

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