There’s a K-Cup for everything these days.
If you have a Keurig and you’re afraid of being taken down by this year’s vicious flu strain, well, CVS wants to help.
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The pharmacy is selling a single-serve cup compatible with all Keurig machines, and inside the cup is a cocktail of cold and flu treatments: pain and fever relief, cough suppressants and antihistamine.
The cups, which are $8.49 for a pack of eight, come in honey lemon-infused chamomile and white tea flavors.
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