Joan Bennett, DNP, FNP-BC, a clinician with RediClinic, discusses the role of the pharmacist in curbing inappropriate antibiotic use.
An estimated 40 million adults currently smoke cigarettes in the United States.
As personalized medicine gains traction and acceptance, pharmacists are more likely to encounter pharmacogenomic information.
You may have heard about direct and indirect remuneration fees looming over the heads of independent community pharmacy owners.
When a patient begins using insulin to manage diabetes, the initial dose is just a starting point.
Texas-based Talon Compounding Pharmacy (TCP) recently issued a voluntary recall of all lots of lyophilized HCG and sermorelin amid FDA concerns about sterility assurance.
HIV currently affects 1.2 million Americans and nearly 37 million individuals worldwide.
Mylan recently announced that it has launched a generic version of Crestor (rosuvastatin calcium) tablets in 5mg, 10mg, 20mg, and 40mg dosage strengths.
Extended interval dosing provides the patient with higher dose as well as less frequent dosing interval.
Health care providers often frame their immunization promotions by explaining that vaccination protects the individual.
Over a 3-day period in July, 130 individuals overdosed on K2 in New York City.
Although some bacteria are harmful, and killing those pathogens is a good thing when you’re sick, most bacteria are good.
Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that starts in the female reproductive organs.
Dry eye is a common disorder that occurs when the eye does not produce enough tears, when tears evaporate too quickly, or if there is an abnormality in the production of mucus or lipids normally found in the tear layer.
Although coughing can be annoying, it is the body’s way of clearing the throat and airways and helps to prevent infection.
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