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5, 2014—CVS Caremark announced today that it will stop selling smokes and other tobacco items at its a lot more than 7,600 CVS/pharmacy stores across the U.S. By October 1, 2014, making CVS/pharmacy the first nationwide pharmacy chain to take this task in support of medical and well-getting of its patients and customers. ‘Ending the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products at CVS/pharmacy is the right thing for all of us to accomplish for our customers and our business to help people on their way to better wellness,’ stated Larry J. Merlo, CEO and President, CVS Caremark. ‘Put simply, the sale of tobacco products is inconsistent with our purpose.’ Merlo continued, ‘As the delivery of healthcare evolves with an focus on better health outcomes, reducing chronic disease and managing costs, CVS Caremark is usually playing an expanded part in providing treatment through our pharmacists and nurse practitioners.Symptoms of Period Affective Disorder Some of the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder consist of memory loss, lack of energy, rest disturbances, inability to focus, change in hunger, body aches and pain, change in excess weight, low self-esteem, diminishing sex drive, suicidal thoughts and lack of interest in virtually any activity. How Light Therapy helps The hormone melatonin, which is produced in the hypothalamus of the mind during the hours of darkness, plays an essential role in SAD. Extra hours of darkness during fall and winter cause the production of extreme amounts of melatonin, resulting in the onset of severe depression symptoms. Exposure to a source of shiny light, such as that emitted from a light package can help reduce the melatonin production, alleviating the severe symptoms thus.