Although lice-treatment products are usually available in the first-aid aisles of most supermarkets, many shoppers turn to the supermarkets' pharmacies for advice and counseling. ts for home care. The literature is usually provided by pharmaceutical companies such as Wellcome and Pfizer. "I try to determine how many patients are being treated and whether they are doing anything to clean the premises," said Diana Ross, a pharmacist at Albertson's in Winter Park, Fla. She usually gives ...
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