Angela Patterson, MSN, chief nurse practitioner officer of the CVS MinuteClinic, talks about the roadblocks that pharmacists face in treating acne, and talks about how to overcome these problems.
An estimated 6 to 12 million individuals in the United States develop head lice each year, with most cases occurring in children ages 3 to 11.
Customer satisfaction with supermarket and chain drug store pharmacies has improved in the last year, while ratings for mail-order and mass-merchandiser pharmacies have dropped, according to the J.D. Power 2015 US Pharmacy Study.
Kimberly Henderson, MD, JD, medical director for the Health Systems Alliance at CVS Health and regional medical director for MinuteClinic, discusses some strategies pharmacists can use to support COPD management.
Pat Basu, MD, MBA, chief medical officer of Doctor on Demand, discusses recent technologies that have the highest potential to improve communications between patients and pharmacists.
In light of last year’s severe flu season, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges pharmacists to recognize their key role in promoting influenza immunizations.
Ingenol mebutate (Picato) gel’s label must now include reported risks of shingles and anaphylaxis.
The prevalence of hypertension increases with age, so much so that patients 65 and older frequently receive this diagnosis.
The first thing one pharmacist did when a patient came in with a serious allergic reaction to a bee sting was administer epinephrine. The second action, which likely saved the woman’s life, was to convince her that she needed to go to a hospital.
The FDA has accepted Allergan’s resubmission to approve the use of onabotulinumtoxinA (Botox) for lower limb spasticity in adults.
Rupal Mansukhani, PharmD, clinical assistant professor at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, discusses what she learned from the last flu season.
If you are receiving radiation and chemotherapy for cancers of the head and neck, you may experience oral mucositis.
Peptic ulcer disease leads to 1 million hospitalizations and 6500 deaths annually.
Dietary supplements are intended to supplement the diet, not to cure, prevent, or treat diseases or replace the variety of foods important to a healthy diet.
Early detection and treatment are key to protecting eyesight.
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