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Hard Times, Free Antibiotics

   United Supermarket is now offering free antibiotics with a valid prescription. The recession is forcing even tougher competition between supermarkets and supercenters benefitting consumers. Wal-Mart's 2006 $4.00 prescription plan led to the intese competition between supercenters and supermarkets. A recent survey finds that more than one in four americans did not fill a prescription in order to save money. To view a complete list of the free antibiotics click the link below.

http://unitedtexas.com/feelbetter/antibiotics.asp

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