Wendy future of retail top

February 6, 2023

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Theraflu addition called a ‘medicine chest must-have’

Theraflu addition called a ‘medicine chest must-have’

WARREN, N.J. — The worst of this year’s cough/cold season may be over for some people, but consumers should still be wary of respiratory ailments for the remainder of winter. “We have seen an early and intense ramp-up of flu, RSV, colds and new COVID-19 variants. Consumers may have already experienced the impact of winter

More informative condom displays will drive sales

More informative condom displays will drive sales

Today’s most compelling, and alarming, trend in sexual wellness is the secondary thought given to condom use among Millennial and Gen Z adults. According to both IRI and Nielsen, condom sales at brick-and-mortar have tracked slightly downward or leveled over the last several quarters and years. We know much purchasing has gone to online marketplaces,

Tivity’s Ashworth on the need for agility, adaptability

Tivity’s Ashworth on the need for agility, adaptability

FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Today, companies need to adapt and be more agile than ever. That’s especially true for businesses across all levels of the chain drug store retail landscape, which extends from retail and pharmacy to public health services. Trey Holder, accelerate360’s chief business officer and president of distribution and logistics, recently had the opportunity

Perimenopause should not be overlooked any longer

Perimenopause should not be overlooked any longer

It usually happens when women are in their 40s, but sometimes earlier. Suddenly, a monthly cycle that was predictable becomes erratic. Fluctuating hormones begin to impact aspects of daily life, from sleep to relationships to bladder changes. It’s called perimenopause, and for too long it’s been overlooked in women’s health care. Perimenopause happens before menopause,

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