Supermarkets are successfully selling the cure. Sales of over-the-counter yeast infection medications are up 46.7% at food stores for the year ended Sept. 30, 1993, according to Towne-Oller & Associates, the New York-based subsidiary of Information Resources Inc., Chicago. "The category is growing at a rapid rate," said Ben Cassese, director of health and beauty care, nonfood and direct-store-delivery programs at Red Apple Cos., New York. "We expect the sales increases to continue. ...

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