Yearly Archives: 2014

Visit Express Rx on Cantrell on Small Business Saturday!

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is November 29th and Express Rx on Cantrell is your locally owned and operated pharmacy.  We want you to visit us on 11/29/14 and let us show you that we’re a Faster and Friendlier pharmacy!  We’re getting the ball rolling by shopping locally ourselves so we’re going to offer free $10 giftcards to locally owned small businesses in our area to our 1st 30 customers.  Choose from The Toggery, Sweet Love, or ZAZA!




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Thank You To All The Veterans


40% off all OTC items for veterans 11\11\14.

Thank you for all you have done for our country and our freedom.


Veteran’s Day Sale!


We at Express Rx on Cantrell want to say a warm THANK YOU to all veterans that have served or are currently serving!   We will be offering 40% off all over the counter items to veterans (with military id) on Veteran’s Day 11/11/14 as a token of thanks.  Don’t miss this opportunity to stock up on cold & flu medications, vitamins, first aid supplies, and pain relievers.

Offer valid in store only.

Flu Shot Friday: Protect Your Family Gatherings



It’s already time for another Flu Shot Friday at ExpressRx of Bartlesville!  Did you know that on average it takes approximately 2 weeks for your body to properly mount (or build up) an immune response to a flu shot?  That makes NOW the perfect time to get your flu shot so you are protected in time for those fun family gatherings at Thanksgiving time!


For more information about the types of available flu vaccines as well as who should recieve them, visit- CDC: Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccine

To read more about protecting your family and home from Parent Educator, Elizabeth Pantley, visit Inspired by Savannah.

Wear Purple for November


Did you know that November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month?  Perhaps the most famous sufferer of pancreatic cancer was Steve Jobs, founder and CEO of Apple.  The lives of several other beloved celebrities (such as Dizzie Gillespie and Patrick Swayze) have been cut short because of this devastating illness.  To learn more about their battles, click HERE.  Pancreatic cancer is sometimes referred to as a “silent” disease because the symptoms appear slowly and are usually non-specific (meaning they could be caused by many different underlying factors).  Pancreatic cancer is often not diagnosed until it has progressed significantly, which drastically lowers a patient’s chance for survival.  Advanced disease only has a 5 year survival rate of about 1%.

The good news is that increased awareness of this disease is leading to better treatments and more positive outcomes for patients.  Researchers are exploring better diagnostic techniques such as genetic testing and risk factor analysis for high risk patients.  Scientists are also developing new treatments including combination chemotherapy options and targeted immune therapies.  To learn more about pancreatic cancer, including risk factors, symptoms, and treatments, visit:

The American Cancer Society: Pancreatic Cancer

The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

The Mayo Clinic – Pancreatic Cancer

Good Morning Arkansas!

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See pharmacist Kent Vinson from Express Rx on Cantrell and Summer Rodgers from Express Rx of Sherwood talk about Express Rx and immunizations on Channel 7’s Good Morning Arkansas on October 28, 2014.

Flu Shot Friday: Halloween Edition



It’s time for another Flu Shot Friday at ExpressRx of Bartlesville!  Come in on Halloween Day anytime between 9Am and 7PM to get your flu shot for only $14.99!  You can call 918-876-4204 to reserve your dose if your SCARED we might run out!


You may have seen on our local news that cases of the flu are beginning to be seen here in Oklahoma.  This means NOW is the time to get your flu shot!  Why not remind your family and friends to get their flu shots too?!  Did you know you can send Halloween themed e-cards to remind your friends and loved ones to get their flu shots?  Check out the different varieties of e-card reminders at: or:

Our favorite is this one:

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The “inside” the card it says:

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You can pledge to “Say Boo to the Flu” by visiting:

Grand Opening


Join us for our Grand Opening on Thursday, October 30th from 4pm to 7pm.  It will kick off with the Sherwood Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony followed by free BBQ catered by Whole Hog.  We will be raffling off a 40″ television as well as gift cards from local businesses such as:


  • Whole Hog Buddy Paks
  • $50 to Gadwall’s Grill
  • $50 to Fort Thompson’s Sporting Goods
  • $30 to Two Sister’s Cafe

Halloween and Food Allergies


Do you have a child with food allergies?  If not, maybe you have a niece, grandson, or neighbor with a food allergy.  Some of these allergies can be life threatening for children.  Have you thought about what to do for Halloween to make this festive holiday fun for kiddos with food allergies?  We recently discovered The Teal Pumpkin Project and we think it is a great idea to help reassure parents of children with allergies.  The idea behind The Teal Pumpkin Project is that homeowners offering non-food treats for children can place a pumpkin that has been painted teal on their porch and this will signify to parents that this home offers special treats for children with allergies.  You don’t have to discard (or worse eat!) all of the candy that you have already purchased, simply purchase a few stickers or plastic necklaces and put that pumpkin out on your porch!  Lets make this Halloween safe and fun for all children.

For more information and additional non-food treat ideas visit The Teal Pumpkin Project 

For more ideas like this one on how to decorate your teal pumpkin, simply search The Teal Pumpkin Project.

The Teal Pumpkin Project for a Food Allergy Safe Halloween #TealPumpkinProject #foodallergy




APA Visit


It was great to have a visit from our friends at the Arkansas Pharmacy Association.

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