Rite Aid posted its third consecutive profitable quarter Thursday morning as it launched the largest extension to date to its loyalty card program and continued growing the latest iteration of its new store format.
A top executive of Sears and Kmart is among the retail executives appointed to the board of directors of a retail industry lobbying group.
More responsible use of drugs could save the U.S. healthcare system more than $200 billion per year, according to a new study by the research arm of IMS Health.
A large majority of Americans are taking prescription drugs, according to a new study by the Mayo Clinic.
Three new drugs for Type 2 diabetes made by Takeda Pharmaceutical have become available in pharmacies, the company said.
Rite Aid is launching an extension to its Wellness+ loyalty card program aimed at elderly customers, the retail pharmacy chain said Wednesday.
Rite Aid is offering to buy back $810 million worth of debt while increasing the amount of a new bond sale announced Tuesday, the retail pharmacy chain said.
The American Medical Association has officially recognized obesity as a disease, which could affect how healthcare professionals approach the issue, the group said at its annual meeting in Chicago.
Target Corp. is reaching out to Canadian customers preparing to send their children to summer camp with information and resources about allergies.
Spending on health care will slow down in 2014 despite a flood of new patients who will have insurance, according to a new study.