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A great time to stock up! Buy one Mason or Sundown vitamin item at regular price and get the second vitamin item, of equal or lesser value, for just one cent! Mix and Match!
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All of our Doc's Pharmacy locations carry a wide variety of high quality nutritional vitamin, mineral and herb supplements that provide smart choices for your entire family.
Our selection also includes unique formulas for specific health concerns and conditions. They include:
Doc's Pharmacy supports healthy communities and healthy classrooms. In healthy classrooms, children and their teachers miss less school, which makes for a better learning environment.
For the 2014-2015 school year every child Pre-Kindergarten – 8th grade in your home can receive Doc's Pharmacy Children's Vitamins FREE.
To participate in this healthier classroom offer, stop into your local Doc's Pharmacy, your vitamin headquarters, pick up a Doc's Pharmacy Children's Vitamin punch card and your first 30-day supply of vitamins.
Vitamins and minerals are important elements of the total nutritional requirements of your child. Because the human body itself is unable to produce adequate amounts of many vitamins, they must be obtained from the diet. The body needs these vitamins in only tiny amounts, and in a balanced diet they are usually present in sufficient quantities in the foods your youngster eats.
For some youngsters, however, pediatricians may recommend a daily supplement. If your child has a poor appetite or erratic eating habits, or if she consumes a highly selective diet (such as a vegetarian diet containing no dairy products), a vitamin supplement should be considered.
Always consult your pediatrician before giving your child supplements. And don't leave a bottle of vitamins on the table as though they were a condiment like salt or pepper; taking vitamins should be done with careful consideration.
As much as possible, try to maximize the vitamins your child receives in her regular meals. Following are some of the vitamins and minerals necessary for normally growing children, and some of the foods that contain them.