• Adherence Challenges for a Patient with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • The Ebola Epidemic: What Pharmacists Need to Know
  • The Probiotic Trend: Challenges for the Community Pharmacist
  • Median Price Change for Generic Drugs Is 0%
  • Increasing Immunization Awareness Using Mobile Technology

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Type 1 Diabetes Rates Rising Among White Youth
The rate of type 1 diabetes mellitus among non-Hispanic white youth increased significantly over an 8-year period.
The FDA has approved a new treatment for adults who experience bleeding episodes from a rare and potentially life-threatening form of hemophilia.
There was a time when drugs were believed to be unable to cross the placenta, as if it were some impenetrable fortress.
Three individuals who were in close contact with an Ebola patient have been placed under quarantine.
A drug repackaging company is voluntarily recalling nearly 12,000 boxes of Assured brand naproxen sodium tablets due to a packaging mix-up that left some cartons containing bottles of ibuprofen.
It is compulsory for pharmacists to counsel all patients receiving opioids, evaluate the potential benefit of a naloxone reversal device, and contact the opioid prescriber if such a device is deemed appropriate.
A suspected murder-suicide at a Texas hospital pharmacy has left a pharmacist and a pharmacy technician dead.

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