NEW YORK — Awareness of in-store clinics as a concept has increased from 38% last year to 47% this year, according to the Pulse report of WSL Strategic Retail here. Awareness is being driven by the rapid expansion in the number of clinics, and the media attention paid to them as they go through state approvals. The number of Americans who claimed to have used an in-store clinic has increased modestly, from 6% to 8% overall, and from 15% to 18% among those aware of clinics. “With the number ...

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