A British pharmacy chain called "Boots" is celebrating Valentine's Day with a bang. They're going to begin a trial program offering men Viagra without a prescription.
The program is going to run for 6 months at 3 of their pharmacies, and after that, they'll decide whether or not to expand it to their other stores.
Men between the ages of 30 and 65 will be required to see a pharmacist, provide a medical history and have their blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose levels tested. It's a way for men to try it out, but if customers want a refill, they will be required to see a doctor.
Well, we should have seen it coming. Plan B is offered over-the counter, so why not Viagra?