Active Duty And Retired Military Eligible For Emergency Prescriptions Due To Storms

Uniformed service members, military retirees and their families served by TRICARE are eligible for emergency prescription refills due to recent inclement weather.

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U.S. Motto In Schools, Lower Prescription Drug Prices Topic Of Bills Passing House 

The House of Delegates started Friday, Day 59 of the 60 day legislative session, with more than 60 bills on third reading. Many of the lighting rod bills were moved to the bottom of the agenda. Bills passed and sent to the governor include posting our national motto in schools, lowering prescription costs, addressing substandard recovery residences and who should help develop Corridor H.

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Prosecuting COVID-19 Fraud, Pharmacy Deserts and Spotting The Early Signs Of Dementia, This West Virginia Week

This week we heard about prosecutors on the trail of illegally obtained COVID-19 relief funds and communities grappling with the loss of pharmacies

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Consolidation Brings Pharmacy Deserts To W.Va.

With the closing and consolidation of pharmacy chains and independent retailers, patients are left wondering where to go for guidance and their medications.

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