Rite Aid has become the exclusive retailer of a new line of home fitness products, the retail pharmacy chain said Wednesday.
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The number of consumers using iPhones to gather medical information has grown by 94% since 2011, according to a new study by online medical publishing company The Patient's Guide.
American Greetings has a new line of cards that include detachable, musical felt magnets in the shape of cartoon characters.
Frozen food maker Alexia Foods has introduced new rolls made with sweet potatoes, the company said Tuesday.
Hiding tobacco product displays at the point of sale may help reduce smoking among young people, a new study suggests.
Pharmacy technology provider QS/1 has entered a contract with CoverMyMeds to automate a process often required by insurers to dispense specialty drugs.
The Food and Drug Administration will review an acid-reflux drug made by Eisai for use in children, the drug maker said.
Merck has started a clinical trial that it hopes will eventually enroll 1,700 patients to evaluate an experimental drug for Alzheimer's disease, the company said.
Women with ovarian cancer and diabetes who took the generic diabetes drug metformin showed better survival rates than those who did not take the drug, according to a new study led by the Mayo Clinic.