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3 Dietary Supplement Companies Instructed to Stop Production
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
A permanent injunction has been issued by a federal judge against 3 dietary supplement companies.
Corey Allikas
The FDA is warning health care professionals about a rare brain infection seen in multiple sclerosis patients taking fingolimod (Gilenya).
Ryan Marotta, Assistant Editor
Many pharmacists dedicate themselves to improving the health of their patients and communities, but some answer an additional call: to provide their skills and knowledge in service to the military.
Krystle Vermes
Baxter is recalling 1 lot of its 0.9% sodium chloride injection due to customer complaints of leaking containers, particulate matter, and missing port protectors, which could result in contamination.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Plastic surgeons make better stitches when they listen to their favorite music, according to new research.
Ryan Marotta, Assistant Editor
The FDA has approved anticonvulsant levetiracetam (Spritam) for the treatment of seizures in adults and children with epilepsy.
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
Patients are surfing the Internet to self-diagnose their symptoms more than ever.
Benjamin S. Barnhart
Whether you are fresh out of school or a pharmacist with years of experience, chances that you are facing a 6-figure debt load from your education are pretty high.
Jeannette Y. Wick, RPh, MBA, FASCP
Current medication regimens used in bipolar I disorder produce suboptimal patient outcomes more often than not.

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Peptic ulcer disease leads to 1 million hospitalizations and 6500 deaths annually.
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People of all ages can develop acne, but many treatments are available.
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