TROY, Mich. -- Kmart here began a new service on July 15 offering home health care products through a catalog on display at the chain's 1,660 pharmacies. "The pharmacist will place the order and then call the customer when the order comes in," said Susan England, health care and communications specialist for Kmart. The catalogs are available on a display near the pharmacy, said England. Products featured include back supports, specially contoured pens, easy-grip kitchen items and garden ...

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