It seems that there’s a new drug epidemic sweeping the U.S. with little warning.
According to a recent report from the National Association of Drug Store Operators, the number of Americans who shop online for drugs has nearly doubled since 2014.
It now exceeds the number shopping in stores by at least 10 percent.
According, the report, online sales have been growing at a rate of 10.8 percent annually since 2014, while stores are growing by a mere 4.2 percent.
The report notes that online sales are on the rise at a time when drug stores are being forced to close and new outlets are being built in more and more neighborhoods.
“The rise of online shopping has dramatically changed the landscape of retail,” the report states.
“Retailers are faced with the decision to either open new stores or shut down their current stores.
The question of whether they should shut down existing stores or continue to operate at a loss is now a reality.”
According to the report , there are currently over 1,800 retail stores in the U, with an average of about 150 stores per city and state.
However, as the population grows and more people are able to shop online, there are likely to be more and bigger retailers that need to be built.
In order to protect their own bottom lines, many retailers are trying to minimize the impact of online sales.
They use automated systems to manage their inventory and inventory levels, and they don’t allow their employees to buy or sell drugs online.
As a result, many drug stores have shut down and closed their doors for good.
For example, the popular drugstore chain Rite Aid in the nation’s capital has closed for good, and the retailer is now part of an alliance with Walgreens.
Rite Aid is one of the largest drugstore chains in the country, with over 1 million stores nationwide and more than 3,500 in California alone.
But because of the growing number of drugstores, it’s now considered a “must-shop” retailer.
The Rite Aid alliance is one example of how some retailers are becoming a bit more proactive in their efforts to reduce the number and severity of online drug sales.
But, the reality is that this has resulted in a lot of people going to drugstores that aren’t as safe as they once were.
According the report from National Association for Drug Store Operations, more than half of drugstore employees have had to go to a hospital emergency room in the last 12 months, and more are likely dying every day because of a drug-related injury.
The report also says that more than 4,500 people in the United States have died due to drug-induced overdoses since 2014.(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)In addition, according to the study, there were nearly 1,500 drugstore robberies in the past year, with at least 715 of those being committed by employees who were not licensed.
In some cases, drugstore owners are being accused of using workers as “patsies” to rob the stores.
“Some drugstores have tried to downplay the threat of drug theft,” the study states.
“This is a huge problem because, unfortunately, drug theft is happening everywhere in the world.”
In addition to its role in creating a drug crisis, many retail drugstores are also seeing a decline in sales.
In 2014, a majority of the states retail sales were from online sales, with California leading the way with 41 percent of the country’s retail sales.
The number of states that are currently using e-commerce has been declining for years, as retailers increasingly move to a “smart-grid” system that allows customers to order drugs from anywhere.
This trend is one that is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, according the report.
In fact, a report from McKinsey found that e-tailers were expected to overtake traditional brick-and-mortar retailers in the coming years.
The McKinsey report found that “e-tail is expected by the end of 2020 to account for approximately 35 percent of U.K. retail sales, compared to approximately 19 percent of traditional retail.”
The McKincheys report also noted that etail is “a major driver of future growth in the online retail sector.”
The study also stated that ecommerce has the potential to provide an economic driver that will lead to a return to the old brick- and-mortart retail model.
“There are three key components to an e-shopping ecosystem: supply, distribution, and demand,” the McKinsey article states.
“[E-commerce] will drive a reduction in the price of traditional brick and mortar retail as well as the cost of producing, stocking, and distributing the products.”
However, it is the decline in the number that seems to be most concerning to many retailers.
According a report by The Hill, the online drugstore market is expected be worth $2.8 trillion by 2025, but there is concern that this could go up to $6 trillion by 2030.This could