Rosacea's symptoms can cause patients embarrassment, which pharmacists can help relive with important treatment information.
If recognized early, even the deadliest skin cancer can be treated and cured. Pharmacists can help patients spot the warning signs.
The impact of overactive bladder on quality of life is a major concern and pharmacists can help patients with this common condition.
Pharmacists can help patients understand the difference between latent and active tuberculosis infection and provide guidance for diagnosis and treatment.
Hypothyroidism is caused by a variety of factors, and adults, particularity women, should have a blood test to determine thyroid problems every 5 years to detect the condition and treat it effectively.
Are all products labeled "natural" safe and do they really improve symptoms? Pharmacists can answer these and other questions patients have about herbal supplements.
Gout is a chronic, inflammatory form of arthritis that is increasing in prevalence in the United States. There are a variety of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic options for treating and preventing flares of gout.
Patients with diabetes are at increased risk for cavities, gingivitis, periodontal disease, xerostomia, salivary gland problems, and infections. Pharmacists can help patients develop good oral care habits to lower their risk.
Patients with flatulence can experience abdominal pain, stomach cramps, dizziness, and even headaches.
OTC products containing ibuprofen, such as Advil, are a reasonable choice when considering options for self-care of acute pain.