• September 17, 2021

Pharmacies ‘outraged’ after NHS cuts coverage

PHARMACIES have been outraged after NHS hospitals and pharmacies were axed from their health plans.Key points:Clinics are refusing to accept new drugs because they do not meet quality standardsThe move will mean patients will be left without the same services as the NHS for many monthsKey pointsClinically-based medical centres and hospitals will be forced to…

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Why Auburn pharmacy’s ‘Sneakerheads’ will need a sneaker shop

Auburn’s sneakerheads have been hoping to shop at the Auburn pharmacy for years.Now, after years of planning, they’re finally going to get their first chance to buy some sneakers.But the sneaker store will be in a different part of town from other Auburn pharmacies.It will be located on the same block as a Safeway, a…

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I don’t need to look for health care in Mexico, but I can’t leave without ordering online

Health care has been a staple of Mexican cuisine for centuries, and for many Americans it is now the country’s most important source of income.That is because Mexico’s population has grown by nearly 60% since 2000, and its healthcare system is often considered one of the best in the world.However, many Americans have not gotten…

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Walmart pharmacy sales plunge by 12% as pharmacy refills fall off list

A pharma pharmacy sales drop off list is hitting a new low as many customers have decided to ditch their prescriptions for generic products.Walmart’s pharmacy refill sales fell to $5.9 billion in the first quarter, down 9.2% from the same quarter a year earlier.That’s the lowest level since November 2015.WalMart says it plans to refocus…

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How to save a pharmacy job at Walgreens

If you’re an employee of a pharmacy and you want to start a new career, there are some things you need to know before you sign up for a new job at the pharmacy.Here are five tips to help you prepare for your first job interview.1.Know your responsibilities 1.You need to be able to perform…

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Why you may want to stop buying your medicine from the Big Three pharmacy chains

The health care industry has been battling to regain its footing following the passage of the Affordable Care Act and the opioid crisis.In a market that is now filled with competition, pharmacies are facing a tough choice.The biggest players are now increasingly choosing to offer fewer drugs, leading to more competition and lower prices for…

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What we know about the case of the man who has died at an Irish hospital

A 22-year-old man has died in hospital after suffering a fatal drug overdose at a Mayo clinic.The man, who was treated in the early hours of Tuesday, was pronounced dead at the scene.A police spokeswoman said he died of a “massive” dose of the opioid fentanyl, which is the most potent of three synthetic opiates…

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How to find the perfect health care job

A job that could save you a lot of money: the pharmacist at a Northside pharmacy.The job has a low salary but a lot to offer, including a chance to make more money than most people make.There’s also a chance you’ll earn extra money working part-time while you look for work elsewhere.What you need to…

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How to pay for drugs and medical supplies with cash in Canada

In Canada, there are no cash dispensers for prescription drugs.The cost is a little more than what you would pay at the pharmacy counter, but that’s because Canada does not have a national drug pricing scheme, which means you have to shop for your drugs online.Here are some tips to help you make the most…

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New Brunswick to give $500 rebate for health care coverage

New Brunswick will give an additional $500 per year to all consumers in the state, after a $5.3 billion plan was announced by the government.The rebate will be available for those eligible for the state’s universal health insurance plan, the New Brunswick Medical Assistance Program.It is the first time that New Brunswick has offered such…

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