Price Chopper pharmacist Kim Housner counsels a diabetes patient.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Sixty patients who were counseled by Price Chopper pharmacists and dietitians as part of a yearlong study on diabetes care teams experienced an average decrease of 0.6% hemoglobin A1c, according to the retailer. The measure gauges a patient’s blood sugar and indicates how well they are controlling their diabetes. “When you have diabetes, it’s really confusing to [figure out] how to take medication and what to eat, so our pharmacists and dietitians ...
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