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Ronald Eugene Robinson, a 34-year-old Florida man, is facing 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for returning dozens of USED enemas to a CVS.
No, there was nothing wrong with them either because he went as far as to RESEAL the rectal equipment so it was sold to 21 other unsuspecting customers!!!
Pardon the obvious pun, but what a sh*tty thing to do!
Sources say he returned 12 enemas to the pharmacy on multiple occasions. A store clerk finally
Doctors are quickly moving away from the old school prescription pad.
Over a third of the nations doctors are now using electronic prescriptions.
At the end of last year, 36% of all prescriptions were
Wow. Product placement much? LOLz!
Kris Humphries was spotted leaving a Minneapolis pharmacy while carrying a
little bit too clearly visible box of Cold-EEZE, a cold remedy clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold.
Hmm…we wonder if he was PAID to skip the bag and non-chalantly flash the logo of cold medicine to photographers?
Nah, the pharmacy was probably just out of Vicks. Hope that stuff helps you get rid of those "sniffles", Kris!
A cute little squirrel snuck into a New York City CVS pharmacy.
The fuzzy rodent was loose in the store for three days, scavenging what it could from the snack aisle.
Eventually, workers cornered it in a glass display in the front window then called the cops.
Check out the above video for some squirrelly cuteness.
If you'll be shopping for a new health insurance plan this fall, head over to your neighborhood Walgreens.
Sources say the largest drugstore chain in the United States is planning on offering health insurance products with various price ranges and coverage levels from all across the nation through a private health insurance exchange.
Without confirming the rumors, a spokesperson for the company said:
"As always, we're looking at a number of options in light of health care reform as we continue to seek ways to help our customers better navigate today's health care system."
Experts suggest retail companies are in a position to cash in by offering insurance through private exchanges in light of health care reform, saying:
"For retailers, [creating a private insurance exchange] is a way to generate more revenue from a new business. Those companies that get their exchanges up and running before 2014 could also succeed in stealing customers away from the public exchanges."
Sources believe Walgreens is in a particularly good position to become a "one-stop shop for all healthcare needs" because the company is already the #1 seller of pharmacy,health and beauty products.