October 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #99: Cut The Pricey Extras

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Donít splurge for the anti-reflective coating on your lenses unless you're constantly in the water or the snow, and save the $40 it might have cost you. You might also want to pass on the ultralightweight titanium frames too; plastic or metal frames are plenty strong and often cost hundreds less. If you need reading glasses, go to your local drugstore, where you can find perfectly good reading glasses for $12 or less.
The cost of pharmaceuticals seem to be rising faster than virtually any other health care related cost and are putting great financial pressure on many American families. This is in past due to the high costs associated with research and development (R&D), as well as, advertising and marketing of the new medications by drug manufacturing companies. Below are some simple tips you can use to save on your prescription drugs and ease the financial stress on you and your family.

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