Three individuals who were in close contact with an Ebola patient have been placed under quarantine.
It is compulsory for pharmacists to counsel all patients receiving opioids, evaluate the potential benefit of a naloxone reversal device, and contact the opioid prescriber if such a device is deemed appropriate.
A suspected murder-suicide at a Texas hospital pharmacy has left a pharmacist and a pharmacy technician dead.
As a result of confusing sensations of breathlessness with asthma symptoms, overweight and obese children tend to report poorer asthma control and overuse rescue medications.
Supplements sold after FDA recalls are still contaminated with banned pharmaceutical ingredients.
Current risk assessment strategies for reducing fractures related to osteoporosis among women fail to accurately predict who will experience major osteoporotic injuries.
While there is currently no standard treatment, vaccine, or cure for Ebola, there are still some experimental treatments in 3 drug class with more to come.