In-Store Pharmacy Program Specifics
The $4.00 - 30-day generic drug program and the 90-day $10 generic drug program covers more than 300 drugs. A complete list of medications (by brand, condition, and generic name) are listed on websites, see below for addresses. Conditions include: allergies, anti-inflammatory, antibiotics, anticoagulants, antidepressants, antifungals, antihistamine, antipsychotics, antiviral, anxiety, asthma, cancer, cholesterol, cough/cold, dental health, diabetes, diuretic, ear analgesic, gastrointestinal, glaucoma, gout, heart, heart/blood pressure, hormone, muscle relaxant, nervous system, Parkinson's, skin treatments, supplements, thyroid, urinary analgesic, urinary tract, and vitamins.
Generic vs. Name Brand
Generic drugs are a less expensive alternative to name-brand drugs. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), requires that all drugs be safe and effective. Since generics use the same active ingredients and are shown to work the same way in the body, they have the same risks and benefits as their brand-name counterparts. After a company's exclusive right to market a medication expires, other companies are allowed to develop generic equivalents - usually at a much lower cost. Consumers interested in saving money on prescriptions should ask their doctor or pharmacist at their neighborhood D&W Fresh Market, Family Fare and VG's to determine if a generic drug is available for their prescription and if it is right for them. A list of the 10 D&W Pharmacies, 15 Family Fare Pharmacies and 14 VG's Food and Pharmacies listed below.
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|SOURCE D&W Fresh Market, Family Fare and VG?s|
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