Here’s a video we made that gives some background information and how to mix up a dose of Dukoral. If you are looking for some additional information about whether Dukoral is right for you, check out this blog post: Is Dukoral Worth Taking Before My Trip?
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Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy is proud to announce they will be donating $1 to the Airdrie Health Foundation for every flu vaccine they administer at their clinic until November 15, 2016. “There are a lot of places you can get your flu shot in the community,” says Jason Kmet, owner/pharmacist at Polaris. “At Polaris, Continue Reading
Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy in Airdrie is looking for the oldest expired medication in Airdrie and is offering a $25 gift card from the Chopped Leaf to the winner. This contest is a part of our program to encourage the public to properly dispose of expired medications. As part of this program, Polaris Continue Reading
The 2016 Summer Olympics will be held in Brazil from August 5 through August 21. Events will be held in 6 different cities (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Brasilia, and Manaus); Rio will be the first South American city to host the Summer Olympics. If you are planning on traveling to Brazil Continue Reading
We have been asked a lot of questions about Zika virus, which has been in the news. Here is some general information about Zika virus. What Is Zika Virus? Zika virus infection is spread by mosquitoes and is caused by a virus closely related to dengue, West Nile virus, and Japanese encephalitis. Less commonly, the virus Continue Reading
The provincial flu vaccination program starts on Tuesday, October 20. We will be providing no charge flu shots as long as you provide us with your Alberta health care card. Our clinic in Airdrie will be open on Tuesday to accommodate the extra demand. We will be open from 9am to 5pm. We will accept Continue Reading
Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy is accepting applications for a pharmacy assistant or medical office assistant. Our clinic sees patients in advance of their travel, and we provide consultations, immunizations, prescriptions and other travel-related retail items. Our office looks and feels like a physician`s office even though it is considered a pharmacy. The successful candidate Continue Reading
Today European regulators declared that the malaria vaccine Mosquirix is safe and effective in preventing malaria in small children. This is the first malaria vaccine that has ever received this approval. Will we see this vaccine in Canadian travel clinics anytime soon? That seems to be very unlikely. Why won’t we see this vaccine in Continue Reading
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