Audiovox Accessories introduced a one-size-fits-most personal sound amplifier to drug store retailers attending NACDS Marketplace called the RCA Symphonix. At a $299.99 price point, the product may be a little steep to carry in store but may be ideal for online placement for shipment home or to the pharmacy for pickup. That price point may actually be a bargain for many consumers who need hearing aids — customized hearing aids can run in excess of $1,000 per ear and are not typically covered by health plans, including Medicare. The Symphonix comes equipped with a 15-hour rechargeable battery. For more information, visit RCAsymphonix.com.
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The RCA symphonics is a good product. With good harmonics and good frequencies, it provides better amplifications compared to other amplifiers. I would give a 9 out of 10 for the product.contributory negligence states
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Hicural for Hiccup Relief
Hicural used the NACDS Marketplace convention as the launchpad for its new product: Hicural for Hiccup Relief. Studies attribute hiccups to eating or drinking too much or too fast, anxiety, stress, excitement and even pregnancy in women. The Hicural is a reed-like device that you place across the mouth and sip a beverage through. The question is, where do you merchandise it? At the checkstand and within children’s remedies are ideal display points, Hicural executives told Drug Store News, as is the digestives aisle. Suggested retail price for the impulse purchase item is $6.95. For more information, visit Hicural.com/default.asp.
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Nature Made Krill Oil
Pharmavite’s newest product, Nature Made Krill Oil, offers a new source of omega-3 fatty acids in addition to a naturally occurring antioxidant called astaxanthin. The algae that krill eat produce the bright-red pigment astaxanthin that gives krill and other crustaceans, such as lobster and shrimp, their reddish-pink color. The Krill Oil comes in a small, easy-to-swallow soft-gel capsule and offers an alternative source of omega-3 fatty acids without a fishy burp or aftertaste. Each soft gel delivers 90 mg of omega-3 and 75 mg of phospholipids. Suggested retail price is $24.99. For more information, visit Naturemade.com.
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