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According to CBS Miami, the Florida Board of Pharmacy has adopted a rule change that looks to help pharmacists ensure that patients who need prescribed controlled substances can get them. “Instead of starting out with trying to find a reason to doubt a prescription, you start off with an assumption that everything in the prescription is good, and you work towards achieving patient access,” Florida Pharmacy Association EVP Michael Jackson said. (CBS Miami)
Janssen has launched a new video series with the goal of breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illness that features mental health advocates and experts.
Twenty-year Walmart veteran Laura Phillips is set to become the company's senior VP of sustainability, effective Jan. 1, according to GreenBiz. “"She was part of the original group of key leaders that our former CEO Lee Scott assembled in 2004 to help develop Walmart’s sustainability strategy, initial goals and principles," Walmart’s chief sustainability officer Kathleen McLaughlin said in a memo about Phillips’ new job. (GreenBiz)
Just a Drop odor eliminator has been getting high-profile exposure lately, being featured on “Dr. Oz” and “The Doctors.”
Fred's total sales for the year-to-date period increased 9% to $1.4 billion.
NRF is forecasting online sales to increase between 6% and 8% to as much as $105 billion.
Costco’s U.S. stores saw a slight lift in comparable sales as international stores — particularly in Canada — saw comps drop.
NAI is previewing SR CarnoSyn - a new sustained release beta-alanine powder - at the upcoming SupplySide West conference in Las Vegas.
More than 80% of Americans support medical school and physician residency programs to provide training for physicians in how to treat chronic pain and how to detect and treat addiction to prescription pain medication.