14 Pharmacy Valentines to Dispense This Valentine's Day

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Propranolol is red, digoxin is blue. Your pharmacist's heart may skip a beat if they get a valentine from you.

Propranolol is red, digoxin is blue. Your pharmacist’s heart may skip a beat if they get a valentine from you.

When you’re buying Valentine’s Day cards at your local retail pharmacy, be sure to save one for your pharmacist. Or, use one of the following pre-selected valentines, which range from sweet to Rx-rated:

1. True.

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4. No one says "I love you" quite like Drake.

5. A match made in heaven.

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7. Just be forward about it.

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14. Don't forget your pharmacy tech!

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