So I just got home from a visit to the doctor and the pharmacy. I have an outer ear infection and got a prescription for some antibiotic ear drops. When I stopped at the pharmacy to get the script filled, I noticed that one of the many products they sold over the counter was a copper wrist band that allegedly (read: pretends to) helps your health. The packaging said “Experience the magic of pure copper!” I found it rather disturbing that a pharmacy, a place that dispenses medicine and advice that people rely on as it concerns their healthy, would be peddling such useless, pseudo-scientific twaddle. They might as well stock kabbalah water, snake oil and healing stones.