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Katz Group Canada's Rexall and Rexall Pharma Plus drug stores are offering a lower-priced version of the Hemocode food intolerance system.
Rite Aid Corp. is expanding the Load2Card capability for its growing wellness+ customer loyalty program.
Walgreen Co. has partnered with University of Chicago Medicine to launch "Food Rx," an initiative to help people with diabetes improve their eating habits by making better food choices more accessible and affordable.
Major pharmacy chains have joined with other leading U.S. retailers to form the Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), a new company that aims to provide consumers with a mobile wallet solution that would combine the convenience of paying at the register with customized offers.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has teamed up with leading retail pharmacy chains to inform consumers about new Medicare benefits available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health care reform law.
Kroger Co. plans to deploy self-use health screening kiosks at all of its 1,950 pharmacy locations nationwide.
Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy has began offering vaccinations for flu, whooping cough, pneumonia and shingles on a walk-in basis at all of its locations.
An online poll from Target Corp. found that more than half of U.S. adults don't plan to get flu shots, with about a quarter of those people citing fear of needles as the reason.
Kinney Drugs Inc. has wrapped up an acquisition of four independent pharmacies in central New York and Vermont.
London Drugs plans to pilot a noninvasive skin cholesterol test from Miraculins Inc. this fall.
Kerr Drug and Navarro Discount Pharmacy have been approved for reaccreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC), a nonprofit standards organization for providers of home health care.
Rite Aid Corp. recognized one of its drivers after he won the company's annual Driver Skills Challenge for the first time.
As community pharmacies across the country continue to search for ways to drive patient compliance with their medications, Thrifty White Pharmacy has introduced what it calls the HealthyPackRx.
Lewis Drugs, one of America’s most successfully innovative drug chains, is celebrating its 70th anniversary.