Five Things Not to Buy at Drugstores (Including Drugs)

While drugstores now carry everything from Tylenol and tights to tuna rolls, it's rare that their offerings are cheaper than the same items at big-box and grocery stores … and that includes the drugs. Catey Hill reports on the News Hub.

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