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Posts Tagged ‘cheapest pharmac’

Local Pharmacy Closes Its Doors – KRGV


KRGV
Local Pharmacy Closes Its Doors
KRGV
Pharmacy Owner Bruce Gangrich said, "It's just the lower reimbursements we are receiving from the insurance." Gangrich has over 30 stores in Texas. He said he is closing seven stores because of Managed Care. “That decrease in reimbursement has …

Dog stolen outside Kensington drugstore – Philly.com


Philly.com
Dog stolen outside Kensington drugstore
Philly.com
A man stole a woman's dog that was tied up outside of a store in Kensington on Monday morning, police said. The pooch, a white-and-gray five-month-old pit bull, was stolen from outside a Rite Aid store on the 2500 block of Aramingo Avenue around 11 a.m

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Foetal alcohol damages case rejected

A child born with foetal alcohol syndrome is not entitled to compensation after her mother drank excessively while pregnant, a court rules.

Drug dealers allege graft in state pharmacy council – Times of India

Drug dealers allege graft in state pharmacy council
Times of India
The tiff began in 2009 when the registrar of the council and the drug controller of the state declared that licences of most of the pharmacy shop owners were invalid due to non-submission of proper documents. Following submission of papers, provisional …

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CVS Pharmacy Gives Customer Wrong Prescription – WTVC


WTVC
CVS Pharmacy Gives Customer Wrong Prescription
WTVC
In the six years Lisa Ridge has had her prescriptions filled at CVS Pharmacy on Brown's Ferry Road, she's never had major problems. Until Tuesday, when she called to fill her prescription for muscle relaxers. "I went to pick them up yesterday. Got home

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CVS stops selling tobacco in stores, changes name – azcentral.com


Wall Street Journal
CVS stops selling tobacco in stores, changes name
azcentral.com
CVS stores nationwide have stopped the sale of tobacco products, well ahead of the Oct. 1 target date it announced this year. CVS Caremark Corporation, the second-largest pharmacy chain in the nation, also announced it is changing its name to CVS
CVS Renames Itself CVS Health as It Ends Sale of Tobacco ProductsWall Street Journal

CVS Stops Selling Tobacco Products, Changes NameNBCNews.com
Here's Why CVS' Decision To Stop Selling Cigarettes Makes Perfect Business Business Insider
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Study Links Viagra(R) to Skin Cancer – SYS-CON Media (press release)

Study Links Viagra(R) to Skin Cancer
SYS-CON Media (press release)
DALLAS, TX–(Marketwired – August 12, 2014) – A recent study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association found that men who take Viagra® have an almost 84 percent greater risk of developing melanoma, one of the most aggressive forms …

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Pharmacy robber hits Broken Arrow shop – Broken Arrow Ledger

Pharmacy robber hits Broken Arrow shop
Broken Arrow Ledger
The Broken Arrow Police have reported that at 8:45 a.m. a robbery was reported at the pharmacy located at the 3600 block of W. Washington Street. Subscription Required. Accessing full articles on BALedger.com requires a Digital Subscription, only $1.00

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Cut-price Viagra available on the NHS after price fall – The Independent


The Independent
Cut-price Viagra available on the NHS after price fall
The Independent
Before this month only those who suffered from impotence as a side effect of illness or had been assessed by a specialist could be prescribed Viagra, but now hundreds of thousands of impotent men across the country have become eligible to be given the …
Britain braced for a bargain 'Viagra' boom: Thousands more to get impotence Daily Mail

More men will be able to get it up as prices for Viagra go down by 93 per centMetro
NHS decides to dish out much more Viagra on prescriptiongulfnews.com
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No full-fledged pharmacy at Chennai Central station – The Hindu


The Hindu
No full-fledged pharmacy at Chennai Central station
The Hindu
Lack of prospective bidders for a full-fledged pharmacy at Chennai Central station has put the Southern Railway in a fix. The station has not had a medical shop since 2011 after the licenses of the two pharmacies that were operating at the station got

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