MANHASSET, N.Y. — In her 35 years as a pharmacist, Helen Maser has never experienced times as challenging as these — or as rewarding. When the coronavirus began spreading in March 2020, and as it became clear that it was a full-blown pandemic, pharmacists like Maser kicked into high gear and demonstrated why they are
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As more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19 every day and hope for a restoration of pre-pandemic conditions intensifies, pharmacy operators are thinking about how their stores will fit into the retail landscape as the new normal takes shape. Consumer behavior has changed considerably over the past 12 months, as restrictions on businesses and risk aversion
The chain drug industry has yet to meet Karen Lynch. But that’s about to change — for the better. In an industry that has made its considerable reputation, at least in part, on the strength of its leaders, Lynch is both a logical extension of that reputation and a pleasant surprise for those who have
The Coronavirus has had numerous impacts on the ear care category, from new causes of ear health challenges to different ways the industry can stay connected. Physicians have encountered many cases of patients over the past year who have lost their sense of hearing as a direct link to COVID-19. Tangentially, this commonly also leads