Pharmacy Information

Spring Forge Plaza
440 N Main St
Spring Grove, PA
(717) 225-9382
Mon and Fri: 9am – 8pm
Tues, Wed and Thurs: 9am – 7pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm
Closed Sunday
11 Grand Drive
Taneytown, MD
(410) 756-6166
Mon and Fri: 9am – 8pm
Tues, Wed and Thurs: 9am – 7pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm
Closed Sunday
520 W. King Street
Littlestown, PA
(717) 359-9899
Mon – Fri: 9am – 8pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm
Closed Sunday

Our pharmacy is staffed with expert, licensed pharmacists who can answer all of your medication and healthcare questions.

Our pharmacists believe in building long-term relationships with customers like you, and always have time to talk to you individually.

Kennie’s 100 Pills for $9.99 Generic Plan

pharmacyHealthy Tips from our Pharmacist

Wash your hands frequently.
It’s one of the best practices you can adopt to keep both colds and the flu from spreading. Stay away from antibacterial¬Ě soaps with triclosan. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Get lots of sleep.
Not getting enough sleep will negatively affect your immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to cold and flu viruses. Be aware of what your body needs (8 hours may not be enough for some people), and supplement it with quick cat-naps of 15 to 30 minutes if you can.

Drink plenty of water.
Staying hydrated is one of the best ways to flush your system of a virus. Living and working inside with that forced heat atmosphere really dries you out, and it’s harder to remember to drink water when it isn’t hot outside.

Stay active.
Regular exercise, especially vigorous exercise, keeps your body healthy and offsets our modern sedentary lifestyle.

Eat more fruits and veggies.
Eating lots of oranges and other vitamin C-rich fruits and veggies is a great way to support your immune system.

Don’t smoke.
It’s been proven that smokers catch colds more often than those who don’t smoke. And those colds often tend to be more severe. Even being around secondhand smoke can wreak havoc on one’s immune system.

Eat plenty of yogurts with probioics.
Researchers think these good bacteria may help support the immune system

Cover your mouth with a tissue when you sneeze or cough.
But don’t do it with your bare hands or you’ll be inhaling your own germs. Using a tissue instead keeps the germs from spreading to others and yourself.

Get your flu shot.
The best form of influenza prevention is the flu vaccine. It’s best to get it early, but any time is better than not at all.

Stay home when you’re sick.
If you or your kids get sick, stay home from work or school and limit contact with others to keep from infecting them. Conversely, avoid close contact with anyone who appears to be sick.

Keep your hands away from your face.
A person may become infected by touching something with germs on it and then touching their mouth or nose or eyes; keep hands clean.

Practice home and office sanitation.
Keep counter tops clean, especially when someone in your family is sick, and avoid shared use of hand towels. Clean the places that harbor the most germs like doorknobs, faucets, remote controls, light switches, telephones and computer keyboards.

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