ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio -- Riesbeck Food Markets' pharmacy here is aiming to increase customer traffic and loyalty through its new Blood Pressure Club, the latest of a number of popular disease-management programs at the eight-store independent. Initiated last week by Joseph Jeffries, a pharmacist in Riesbeck's No. 7 store, with the help of a $1,000 grant from the American Pharmaceutical Association Foundation, Washington, the club provides blood-pressure monitoring services and counseling ...
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