Advice, referrals and lists of immunity-boosting foods weren't exactly what the doctor ordered in this year of the two flus — seasonal and H1N1 — but that's what supermarket clinics were left with after production of the seasonal flu vaccine came to a grinding halt in late October. Without vaccines to drive the clinics, retailers shifted their outreach from the pharmacy to the grocery side, where oranges full of vitamin C, plus green tea and hand sanitizer were prominently featured in ...

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