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CVS Caremark Corp. has named CVS/pharmacy beauty retail veteran Cheryl Mahoney to a new post and hired Alex Perez-Tenessa to lead beauty and personal care merchandising.
Senior citizens aren't comfortable with mandatory mail order for their prescriptions, a national survey commissioned by the National Community Pharmacists Association reveals.
Canada's Rexall drug chain has rolled out a new flagship private brand called Be.better.
MinuteClinic has entered a clinical affiliation with Barnabas Health in New Jersey for health care services in Monmouth and Ocean counties.
The National Community Pharmacists Association has sponsored an advertisement that calls on Congress to support pro-patient, pro-pharmacist policies.
A poll from the University of Michigan finds that most parents aren't very concerned about the misuse of narcotic pain medicines by children and teens.
Walgreen Co. has enlisted data and measurement tools from SCIO Health Analytics to help employers get optimal benefit from the drug chain's workplace health centers.
In the wake of some key acquisitions, H.D. Smith has established a new specialty pharmaceutical organization and promoted six executives.
Tony Clement, president of Canada's Treasury Board, has announced proposed changes to the Food and Drug Regulations that are expected to cut red tape for Canadian pharmacies.
Glenn Kraiss, retired executive vice president of store operations for Walgreen Co., died Friday at age 79.
Navarro Discount Pharmacy has added international checkout and global shipping capabilities to more than 200 countries.
Ontario pharmacists have given a thumbs-down to Canada's plan to hold down pricing for some common generic drugs.
Patients expect prompt attention and a concise dialogue with the pharmacist, yet the degree of engagement varies widely by pharmacy type, research from Boehringer Ingelheim shows.