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Adding Afrezza insulin inhalation powder to oral diabetes medications significantly reduces HbA1C in adults with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently made an appearance at a state pharmacy board meeting to appease pharmacists’ fears of a crackdown on pharmacies.
Utility of High-Dose Flu Vaccine
Rupal Mansukhani, PharmD, clinical assistant professor at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, talks about the utility of high-dosage flu vaccine in the 65 and older population.
Rachel Lutz
More than half of atrial fibrillation patients discontinue or interrupt warfarin therapy within 1 year of starting treatment.
Differences Between Motivational Interviewing and Traditional Patient Counseling Techniques
Bruce Berger, PhD, president of Berger Consulting LLC, discusses the major differences between motivational interviewing and traditional patient counseling techniques with respect to medication adherence.
Krystle Vermes
Amgen is seeking FDA approval for etelcalcetide, the first calcimimetic agent administered intravenously after dialysis to treat secondary hyperparathyroidism in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Roadblocks to Appropriate OTC Management of URTIs
Erin Dorval, community assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Palm Beach Atlantic University, discusses how pharmacists overcome the challenges of appropriating OTC management of URTIs.
Roadblocks to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes
Jessica Kerr, PharmD, CDE, and assistant department chair at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville talks about the biggest roadblocks to controlling type 2 diabetes.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
An independent pharmacy will pay a $46,000 settlement over an alleged lack of break times for its employees.
Benefits of Introducing New Technology to Community Pharmacy
Pat Basu, MD, MBA, chief medical officer of Doctor on Demand, discusses the major benefits of introducing new technology to community pharmacy.

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