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The Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) is pleased to announce that Kylah Bowers who owns Altitude Drug in Pinedale, WY is the winner of the inaugural Woman Entrepreneur Award. The Women’s Council received nominations from around the state including Jackson, Gillette,...read more
Let me tell you something about being a pharmacist. It’s hard. And let me tell you something about the “war on opioids” or the “opioid epidemic” as it’s referred to in the press. It’s real, and it’s a tough battle on all sides of the fence. I’ll start off by saying...read more
It’s Amber Hughes again, the fourth year pharmacy student at Altitude Drug. My last blog discussed diabetes and which medications are used to treat each type. Today I am going to focus on type 2 diabetes and ways to decrease the amount of medication one takes through...read more
Greetings! My name is Amber, and I’m a fourth year pharmacy student spending time at Altitude Drug. Throughout my education, I have encountered many patients with diabetes, as well as individuals that have many questions regarding diabetes. For this reason, I’m going...read more
Written by Katrina Roberts One of the next up and coming topics in the healthcare world is understanding the human microbiome. What is the human microbiome you ask? It is all the microbes that live in or on our body. Which turns out to be a lot, and some consider it...read more
Written by Katrina Roberts Hello! My name is Katrina and I’m a pharmacy student at the University of Wyoming. During my time as an intern at Altitude Drug, I will be writing a weekly blog for you all to read. The first topic I chose to blog about is high blood...read more
Hello, my name is Katrina and I am a fourth year pharmacy student at University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy. I will be spending the next 3 weeks as a pharmacy intern at Altitude Drug and learning all I can while I’m here. I am originally from Wisconsin, but moved to Wyoming in 2011. I have previously worked as a registered nurse but decided to change my career to pharmacy because I enjoyed learning about medications and how they work. When you stop in, I would love to answer any medication questions you may have.