Wrapped presents, holiday shopping

Are you scratching your head trying to figure out what to get for mom, dad or cousin Charlie this holiday season? What about grandma? Buying another present that will soon be forgotten won’t do your friends and family much good. We are offering something that has lasting value. Our publications provide practical information and just might save a life.

We know that probably sounds like hyperbole, but our book, Top Screwups Doctors Make and How to Avoid Them offers essential information about how to avoid medical mishaps in or out of the hospital. Anyone taking medications could benefit.

 

Holiday Gift Bundles:

Want something a little more upbeat? How about one of our Holiday Gift Bundles:

Our favorite gift at this time of year is books. What about you? Here is our very best book opportunity:

The Holiday Health Bundle has our three latest publications: The People’s Pharmacy Quick & Handy Home Remedies, Recipes & Remedies from The People’s Pharmacy and Spice Up Your Health: How Everyday Kitchen Herbs & Spices Can Lengthen & Strengthen Your Life. The retail price for all three books is $47.85. We are offering it to you for $39.95, a savings of $7.90.

Holiday Health Bundle

You can save on the Stocking Stuffer Holiday Bundle

Stocking Stuffer Holiday Bundle

or the Lip Balm Bonanza

 

Lip Balm Bonanza

There are big savings on the Winter Skin Survival Kit

Winter Skin Survival Kit

And don’t forget books! Here is our Holiday Kitchen Bundle:

Holiday Kitchen Bundle

This is the perfect time to order a meaningful gift for someone you love.

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