NEW YORK -- Retailers can create incremental sales for over-the-counter whole health products by taking steps that capitalize on the growing trend of consumer self-care, according to a study that will be distributed during the General Merchandise Distributors Council's Health and Beauty Care Conference next week. The General Merchandise Distributors Council Educational Foundation here, the educational arm of the GMDC, Colorado Springs, Colo., released results of a yearlong study that ...

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