When older patients are deficient in vitamins B and D, calcium, and iron, dietary supplementation can help them find nutritional balance.
Helping patients understand and identify anemia's underlying cause can promote adherence to treatment.
Patients may find it difficult to distinguish between a cold and the flu, and pharmacists can help them determine if self treatment is appropriate.
When insomnia begins to negatively impact a patient's quality of life, pharmacists can explain the nonpharmalogic and pharmalogic treatment options.
When lifestyle modifications and OTC treatment are not sufficient for the relief of chronic constipation, there is a prescription option available.
When facing a head lice infestation, patients should be aware of a new pharmacologic treatment option.
Some patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease also experience erosive esophagitis from acid-related mucosal injury, which will require careful treatment.
The symptoms of ulcerative colitis can cause embarrassment and pain, but pharmacists' expert advice can help ease the discomfort.
Pharmacists can answer the multitude of questions patients have regarding influenza vaccinations.
The intensity, duration, and type of symptoms a women experiences during menopause depends on a variety of factors. Pharmacists are in a position to identify appropriate strategies to reduce or manage the most bothersome symptoms.