Pharmaca stores collecting unused OTCs, supplements and more for disposal
BOULDER, Colo. Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy has launched a pharmaceutical drop-off program at each of its 22 pharmacy locations.
Pharmacy customers may drop off their expired or unneeded prescription medications, expired vitamins and supplements, OTCs, needles and syringes and medication samples with the exception of controlled substances to the collection site, and Pharmaca will send all items to be destroyed, the company said in a release.
Vitamin Barn begins distribution of ImmuGo immune-system supporting supplement
MALIBU, Calif. The Vitamin Barn, a vitamin/juice bar, last month began distribution of its ImmuGo immune-system boosting dietary supplement. According to the company, the formulation already enjoys popularity among a host of Hollywood celebrities who frequent owner “Vitamin Gene” Arnold’s Vitamin Barn.
The product is currently available in Wal-Mart, CVS and Rite Aid.
“I could not be more excited about the national rollout of ImmuGo and my celebrity clientele is thrilled that this is now available to everyone,” Arnold said. “[ImmuGo] is my original wellness shot made even better.”
ImmuGo has recently been named the Official Immune Support Product of the Hollywood Movie Awards and of the Hollywood Film Festival, Arnold reported.
ImmuGo features an easy-to-use, unit dose delivery system–called MaxShot. Each single-dose, 3 mL vial delivers a ready-to-drink, orange-flavored blend of vitamins and nutrients.
Walgreens stocks Identigene home paternity testing kits
SALT LAKE CITY Identigene on Monday announced Walgreens has begun over-the-counter retail sales of the Identigene DNA Paternity Test Kit. Walgreens is also offering the DNA paternity test kits through its Web site, Walgreens.com.
According to the company, more than 60,000 test kits have been purchased at drug store outlets like CVS or Rite Aid in the past year. Rite Aid was the first to stock the kit November 2007. “People with paternity questions responded immediately to purchasing the test kits at their local drug store,” stated Identigene chief operating officer Doug Fogg. “It is a convenient and familiar place for people to buy products they can trust.”