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Report: Target affiliates with Texas Health Physicians Group for eight Dallas-area Target Clinics

BY Antoinette Alexander

ARLINGTON, Texas — Texas Health Physicians Group will reportedly affiliate with eight Target Clinics in the Dallas area, according to a report by the Dallas Business Journal.

The Dallas-area Target Clinics are the company’s first locations in Texas, the report stated.

Under the agreement, physicians from the Texas Health Physicians Group will serve as collaborating physicians at the Target Clinics.

As previously reported by Drug Store News, Texas Health Physicians Group has inked a similar deal with CVS Health’s MinuteClinic. Physicians of Texas Health Physicians Group serve as collaborating physicians for 34 MinuteClinic locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, in addition to seven more North Texas locations scheduled to open by early 2015.

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GelStat to reach 30,000 c-stores through Next Distributors

BY Michael Johnsen

PALM CITY, Fla. — GelStat on Monday announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Next Distributors, which serves more than 30,000 independent convenience stores throughout the United States.
 
"This distribution agreement opens up new markets for the company," stated Larry Gershman, GelStat CEO. "This is a perfect venue for All Natural Speed as market feedback suggestion an alternative to energy drinks are desired by consumers. Obviously with 5-Hour Energy selling an estimated 5 million units per day, this represents a significant opportunity." 
 
"I believe that the combination of Next Distribution and Gelstat will work seamlessly to successfully penetrate the market with Gelstat's products," noted Ken Tawfik, Next Distributors CEO. 
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Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix recalls Halloween Squish Ball due to potential choking hazard

BY Antoinette Alexander

 

TORONTO — Canada’s Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix is recalling the Halloween Squish Ball Novelty Toy, product number 057800879657, because the product may burst when squeezed and has small parts, which could detach posing a potential choking hazard, the company has announced.  

This product was sold at Shoppers Drug Mart / Pharmaprix stores beginning Sept. 6, 2014.  

The retailer stated that it has not received any report of injuries related to this product.

Customers who have purchased this item are asked to return it to their local Shoppers Drug Mart or Pharmaprix store for a full refund, with or without the receipt. For questions related this product recall, contact Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix customer service at 1-800-746-7737.
 

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