• New Developments in the Understanding of Epilepsy and the Application of Antiepileptic Therapies
  • Brown Bag Consult: I'm Not Feeling Well
  • Pharmacy Sues DEA for Seizing Its Drugs
  • Confronting the Challenge of Health Care–Associated Infections
  • Checking Long-Term Care Blister Packs and Bingo Cards
  • Can You Read These Rxs? (November 2014)

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Potential Role for Pycnogenol in Colds
French maritime pine bark extract (Pycnogenol) is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-edema natural compound that is available in many stores as an OTC product.
A rapid syphilis screening test will now be available in a greater number of health care settings.
A new study from researchers in Japan has identified features that appear to be responsible for bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics.
The majority of patients who require inhalers for asthma or epinephrine autoinjectors for allergic disease for do not use the devices properly.
Pharmacists really do have great profession, and here are 10 reasons why.
The FDA today approved finafloxacin otic suspension (Xtoro), a new drug used to treat acute otitis externa.
Since 2007, the pharmaceutical industry, several professional societies, and the FDA have collaborated on initiatives designed to limit the use of OTC cough and cold medications in young children.

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