The ProAir® HFA inhaler is designed for flexibility and portability. Some inhalers have to be stored in moisture resistant pouches. Some other inhalers need to be stored upright. Some albuterol inhalers have to be re-primed if you drop them.1
The ProAir® HFA inhaler doesn’t have these limitations. It’s easy to carry and store. Even if you accidentally drop it, it’s still ready to go — there’s no need to re-prime the inhaler before using it. Plus, ProAir® HFA is designed to offer up to 24 month expiration. That means you may be able to use the inhaler up to 2 years or 200 doses, whichever comes first.*
Make your own creamy scalloped potatoes for a fraction of the price of boxed scalloped potatoes, with twice the flavor with this simple, yet dirt cheap recipe of potatoes, seasonings, milk, chicken broth and onions.
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