As anyone who's ever been on crutches can attest, those first few steps with the new equipment can be awkward. Similarly, the home health care products business — including walking aids like crutches, canes and walkers; equipment like pill boxes and cutters; and technical items such as diabetes monitoring supplies — might take some getting used to as well. Supermarket pharmacies intending to sell these items can expect to encounter challenges ranging from staffing to space allocation to ...

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