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Skin/itch Relief 2013

BY DSN STAFF

The May/June 2013 Skin/itch Relief Ingredient Guide breaks down the indication, ingredients, purpose and dosage of AmLactin Moisturizing Body Lotion, CeraVe Renewing SA Cream, Olay Advanced Healing, Curel Itch Defense, Vaseline Intensive Rescue, Tecnu Extreme, Benadryl ExtraStrength Spray and Allegra Anti-itch Cream.

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Giant-Carlisle donates more than $500,000 to USO, Wounded Warriors Project

BY Alaric DeArment

CARLISLE, Pa. — Giant-Carlisle is donating more than half a million dollars to support the USO and other programs to support members of the armed services.

The chain, owned by Ahold USA, said customers and employees at Giant Food Stores and Martin’s Food Markets donated $517,535 through its annual Support Our Troops campaign, which benefits regional USOs throughout the area where the chain operates, and the Wounded Warriors Project.

"Thanks to our customers and associates, we continue to assist the brave men and women who serve our country daily," Giant-Carlisle president Rick Herring said. "Due to the outstanding work of our regional USOs and the Wounded Warrior Project, our troops are able to stay connected to their families and receive needed care if they are injured."


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Kerr Drug launches Take Control of Your Diabetes program

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Kerr Drug is launching a new marketing program aimed at diabetes patients.

The regional pharmacy retailer announced the launch of "Take Control of Your Diabetes," which includes planograms, print advertisements, social media messaging, education programs, in-store point-of-purchase displays and physician outreach. The company said the program is designed to establish Kerr as a "home for everything customers with diabetes need."

"We are using ‘Take Control’ as a way to remove the barriers to diabetes care," Kerr Drug diabetes programs manager Debbie Hiller said. "Our pharmacists have been specially trained on proper injection techniques to improve adherence, Medicare billing requirements to fill testing supplies and nutritional guidelines to help patients make healthier choices. Take Control tells our customer we have the products, services, expertise, convenience and cost advantages to help them take control of their health."

 

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