WOONSOCKET, R.I. -- CVS/pharmacy has completed a national rollout of its new EasyRead prescription labels, the company reported yesterday. The labels feature a larger typeface, a change from yellow to blue highlighting, and a cleaner layout. The labels also include a physical description of the pill prescribed to help customers identify their medications. CVS reported that it made the changes with a focus on the needs of its senior customers. A recent survey conducted for CVS by Synovate, ...

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