Information comes in many forms, and is available in many outlets. It can enlighten, or it can confound. Compiling a comprehensive, yet organized selection of literature in stores is a key responsibility often overlooked by big retailers with health and wellness programs. Brochures, pamphlets and other types of free information continue to be among the simplest ways to provide customers with answers to their questions, but making these materials work as a resource requires more effort than ...

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