How to transition from college to the real world

How to transition from college to the real world

You’ve made it grad! Your hard work has paid off and you’re ready to start your first job “in the real world.” It’s an exciting time in your life, so don’t let the fact that you have to start adulting bring you down. We’ve got you covered. Below is a quick overview of some things you’ll want to consider as you start this next chapter of life. Continue reading → How to transition from college to the real world

Learn ways to dispose of medications safely

As a pharmacist, I always understood the importance of proper drug disposal, but it wasn’t until I watched my 2-year-old craft a staircase out of a shoebox, a club-sized package of paper towels and a box of cereal in his determination to retrieve an out-of-reach cookie that I witnessed its importance.  What if he climbed high enough to get into the medicine cabinet? So many others have realized this, too.  One of the most frequent questions I was asked in my career as a retail pharmacist was “How do you get rid of old medications?” Continue reading → Learn ways to dispose of medications safely

Committed to Kansas – Midwest Energy and Peerless Products

Committed to Kansas – Midwest Energy & Peerless Products

Commitment makes Kansas workers among the best anywhere. Their commitment shows as they create customized, energy-saving windows and keep power flowing across Kansas.

As part of our 75th anniversary, we’ve featured Kansas businesses that exemplify what it means to serve with compassion and improve lives in their communities. Midwest Energy and Peerless Products are featured in our latest commercial. We asked them to share how they’ve remained committed to Kansans. Continue reading → Committed to Kansas – Midwest Energy & Peerless Products

Managing your diabetes

More than just statistics: Living with diabetes

It’s easy to focus on the numbers – they can be alarming. Diabetes is a costly disease – in fact, diabetes and pre-diabetes cost America $322 billion per year. Diabetes can damage blood vessels, the eyes and kidneys. It can result in poor wound healing and devastating soft tissue infections. Complications from diabetes include heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, hypoglycemia and more. Nearly 71,000 people die in the United States annually due to complications associated with diabetes. Continue reading → More than just statistics: Living with diabetes