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Using a tube of sealant as a fake gun, a man robbed a pharmacy in Piedmont, Oklahoma, but was caught by police in less than 5 minutes.
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Pharmacists play an important role in ensuring optimal patient outcomes within accountable care organizations.
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Feeling #angry, #stressed, or #tired? Such negative tweets within a given region can indicate increased heart disease risk, according to University of Pennsylvania Medical School researchers.
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Only about half of girls immunized against human papillomavirus received the vaccine at the age recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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UCB recently announced that the FDA has accepted for review its New Drug Application for brivaracetam, an investigational treatment for partial-onset seizures in patients aged >16 years with epilepsy.
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The FDA announced today that it will permit the marketing of a mobile medical app that will help patients with diabetes share data from a continuous glucose monitor with other individuals.
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It is not inconceivable that a physician who denies requests for opiates may not receive favorable ratings, which may impact their hospital privileges.

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