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The People’s Pharmacy has been your trusted healthcare advocate and advisor for more than three decades. Through our award-winning public radio program, nationally syndicated weekly newspaper column, and bestselling books, we strive to give you the information you need to make informed decisions about your health.

In our People’s Pharmacy online store, you can find all of these resources–and much more. Handy, comprehensive, and affordable guides on a wide range of health subjects are available for download or mail delivery. You’ll find our popular personal care products, like lip balm and deodorant.

You may want to browse our books on everything from avoiding medical mistakes to using food and home remedies as medicine. There is also a book on a possible cure for some cases of hard-to-treat asthma.

And if you’d like to give the gift of good health to a friend or loved one, you’ll find CDs and MP3s of our critically acclaimed radio interviews with leading health experts on a wide range of timely subjects, from information on how Alzheimer’s disease might be reversed to the devastating consequences of a Lyme disease misdiagnosis. How does the mix of bacteria in the intestines affect the function of the brain? Perhaps you’ll be interested in doctors’ secret language, ways to treat hay fever or herbal remedies you can make yourself right at home. For the first six weeks after broadcast, mp3s from the store are free.

Don’t miss our “Listen & Read” offers for certain popular topics. You can order the guest’s informative book along with the CD of the interview. These too make wonderful gifts. And remember, your satisfaction is guaranteed.

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