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New on the Job: Dos and Don'ts
These tips can help recent pharmacy school graduates navigate the professional world.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharamcy
After celebrating its 75th anniversary, the Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy remains dedicated to providing training and education to future pharmacists in an evolving field.
Reaching the Community Through Leadership
Working Women Rely on OTC Products for Flu Season
During cold and flu season, working women turn to pharmacies whenever symptoms appear, according to the results of a recent study conducted by Workplace Impact.
Action Video Games Boost Brain Power
Committing to Care Outside the Pharmacy
National Chain Pharmacies: Expanding Community Care
Community pharmacies are shifting their focus to patient care, expanding services in an effort to improve health outcomes
Investing in Your Future: Managing Your Finances Before and After Graduation
2014 Next-Generation Pharmacist Awards: Student Leaders Shine
Pharmacy Lessons From a Viral Music Video
From a bad customer service experience, independent musician Dave Carroll learned valuable lessons that apply to independent community pharmacists.
Guy Kawasaki Advises Community Pharmacists to Enchant Patients
Author, speaker, and entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki inspired independent community pharmacists to be enchanting.
Pharmacy Students Celebrate American Pharmacists Month
Pharmacy Students With More Experience Have More Confidence
Students who completed more than the required amount of pharmacy experience had higher levels of self-esteem.
Proudly Serving Others Through Pharmacy
Social Strategies Increase HIV Testing
Workplace Violence Has Serious Consequences for Health Care Professionals
Exposure to violence at work has serious consequences for health care professionals.
Verbally Abused Employees More Likely to Slack Off
Employees react negatively to verbal abuse from their supervisors regardless of whether they feel the abuse is intended to embarrass or motivate them.
Building Muscle Boosts Memory
Individuals who completed strength training exercises improved their episodic memory when compared with those who did not exercise.
Social Media Users Turn to Unsuccessful Peer Profiles for Self-Esteem Boost
Individuals in a negative mood spend more time viewing the social media profiles of unsuccessful peers.
Energy Drinks Increase Insomnia Among Athletes
Although energy drinks may improve athletic performance, they may also increase the risk for insomnia and nervousness.
Top Stress Busters for Pharmacy Students
Heart Rate Variations May Predict Reactions to Stress
Young College Grads Trust the Web for Health Information
Age, education level, gender, and health status are associated with the use of anecdotal health information on the Internet.
5 Fruit and Veggie Servings a Day May Boost Mental Health
Eating the recommended 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day is associated with high mental well-being.
Working Overtime Wears on the Heart
Working more than 40 hours a week may lead to heart problems.
Fortune 500 Companies Shifting Health Insurance Costs to Employees
CVS Health Finds Benefit in Banning Cigarettes From Pharmacies
Research conducted by CVS Health supported its move to discontinue sales of tobacco products.
Research Scientists Have Lower Unemployment Rates
Using Students to Reduce Stimulant Abuse on College Campuses
New coalition will focus on research and education to combat the abuse and misuse of stimulant medications on college campuses.
Current Trends in the Pharmacy Job Market
Although many pharmacists express concerns about the state of the pharmacy job market, the good news is the demand for pharmacists seems to be increasing.
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