3. Be prepared for a cold
You or someone in your family will likely develop cold-like symptoms this winter, so make sure to stock up on cough, cold & flu essentials to combat that first runny nose, cough, congested chest or headache! CVS recently introduced Cold & Flu Relief Single Serve Cups, which deliver the necessary active ingredients to get better through a warm, easy-to-take serving, which you can “brew up” with your Keurig!
4. Look for ways to save
Illnesses can become costly, so be on the lookout for savings on health and wellness products. CVS Health brand products have the same ingredients as brand names, but generally cost less. You also can earn personalized rewards and quarterly ExtraBucks through the CVS ExtraCare program. Some CVS locations even have a Coupon Center, where you can scan your ExtraCare card and print coupons to use during your visit!
THE BOTTOM LINE:
Cold & flu season can be tough on you and your family. Don’t wait until it’s too late to get your flu shot, and be sure to talk with a pharmacist about an over-the-counter regimen for when a cold strikes. CVS is your loyal health and wellness hub, with over 9,600 locations across the country!