Health and Personal Care Retailers

  • Blogs

    June 19, 2014

    Lawsuit: Houston Man Blind in One Eye After CVS Gives Him Eardrops Instead of Eyedrops

    A Houston man is suing CVS Caremark for allegedly screwing up his prescription, giving him eardrops instead of eyedrops, causing him to go blind in one eye. Claudis Alston picked up the prescription from a CVS pharmacy at 12601 Tomball Parkway in 2012. But instead of the eyedrops meant for treatin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 5, 2014

    CVS Pulls Tobacco Products Citing Commitment to Healthcare

    CVS, one of the largest pharmacy chains in the U.S., announced it will pull all tobacco products from its shelves by October 1 of this year. Citing its commitment to doctors and healthcare, CVS said the removal of cigarettes and other tobacco products will cost them some $2 billion annually at their ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 14, 2010

    CVS: No Longer Available For All Your Meth-Making Needs

    CVS: No longer a convenient stop for meth dealers​CVS, the drugstore chain that seems to have an outlet on every Houston intersection that doesn't have a Walgreen's on it, has agreed to pay a whopping $75 million fine to make up for selling a key ingredient used in cooking meth.The chain failed to ... More >>