New parents undergo lasting changes in terms of what they look for from their personal care products once they have children, according to new insights from pregnancy and parenting resource BabyCenter’s “2017 Skincare and Bathtime Study,” which was shared exclusively with Drug Store News.
A new breed of drug-resistant head lice is driving a new wave of product solutions. DSN Senior Editor Michael Johnsen takes a deeper look at what retailers and suppliers are doing to combat "super bugs" in this special report.
See photos from the two-day fly in to Capitol Hill conducted by National Association of Chain Drug Store board members, during which they met with lawmakers to share the role pharmacy plays in the nation’s healthcare system.
AlixPartners estimates that retail collectively stands to lose $70.7 billion during the next 10 years if the proposed cuts in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (commonly referred to as food stamps) turn into reality, CNBC reported.
In his latest blog post, David Orgel looks at findings from the International Food Information Foundation’s latest Food and Health Survey to highlight what it says about shopping behavior among older Americans.
GlobalData Retail managing director Neil Saunders weighs in on the ‘pragmatic approach’ to a lengthy regulatory process that Walgreens and Rite Aid have undertaken by scrapping their proposed merger and creating a new deal.
Before he took over the chairmanship of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Walgreens Boots Alliance co-COO Alex Gourlay spoke to Drug Store News about the coming year at NACDS and what still excites him about the business he’s been part of since he was 17 years old.
This new agreement replaces the previous merger agreement with Rite Aid, announced in October 2015 and amended in January 2017, as well as the agreement to divest certain Rite Aid stores to Fred’s, announced in December 2016.