"Excuse me, but do you know what this is?" It's that time of year again when supermarket pharmacists are inundated with worried, embarrassed parents asking this and similar questions, in the hopes of finding a cure for their children's itching scalps. "It used to be a problem at the beginning of the school year," said Larry Press, a pharmacist at Country Counter/Stop 'n' Shop in Cleveland, "but lately it's a recurring situation." David Godines, a pharmacist at HEB Food Stores in Austin, ...
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