Address:333 W Center St.
Pocatello, ID 83204

Phone:(208) 233-MAAG (6224)
Fax:(208) 233-6158
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  • Address:333 W Center St.
    Pocatello, ID 83204

    Call:(208) 233-MAAG (6224)
    Toll Free:(800) 333-2062
    Fax:(208) 233-9600

It's That Time / Maag Welcomes

Written on November 24th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS

The 2015-2016

Influenza Season has arrived.

Stop in for your yearly shot. We are able to bill your insurance, most insurances have zero co-pay for flu shots. We are also able to give you the pneumonia, shingles and whooping shot if required.

Wesston earned his pharmacy degree at Idaho State University in 2013. He was previously employed in Onterio, Oregon. He is a native of Rupert, Idaho. Wesston is married...

The Changing Face of Sleep

Written on May 5th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS
We have all suffered through a poor night's sleep. However, if you suffer from Sleep Apnea you experience this every night. Sleep disorders affect the quality of daily living for millions of adults and children. There are an estimated 50 million people who suffer from Sleep Apnea while only 1.8 million have been officially diagnosed. And of those 1.8 million people, only 10% are receiving treatment.

The good news is that although it is a chronic disease, Sleep Apnea is very treatable and serious related health risks like heart disease, increased risk of stroke, high blood...

What Can You Do to Minimize Suffering from Seasonal Allergies?

Written on April 15th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS

While the thought of spring may be a welcoming prospect with warm weather and flowers in bloom, spring may be your least favorite season if you are a seasonal allergy sufferer. Springtime is the peak of allergy season, since plants are awakening and releasing massive amounts of pollen into the air, which may irritate your nasal passages and leave you in tears. If you dread the arrival of spring because you know allergies will come...

Medication Variation for Chronic Pain

Written on March 11th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS
Directed and Targeted Use Works BestIt is not uncommon to think that pain can be relieved by a drug. With short-term pain—such as headaches or a minor injury—pain medications or other forms of pain control work well. But, when pain becomes chronic, these medications may not have the same helpful outcome. With the long term use of these medications, some lose their efficiency and in some cases, can make...