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What to Do About the Personalized Medicine Knowledge Gap
A personalized medicine knowledge gap currently exists between many healthcare providers in the United States, and around the globe.
Human Leukocyte Antigen and Adverse Drug Events: What Pharmacists Should Know
Patients that express certain human leukocyte variants are at risk for adverse drug events when taking certain medications.
Mango-Associated Dermatitis: What are the Treatment Options?
Mango fruits are ubiquitous at supermarkets around the nation and enjoyed by many.
Drug Therapy and Down Syndrome
Down syndrome results in a massive genetic imbalance in those who have the disorder.
How Free Tuition Could Change the Pharmacy Education Landscape
Recently, in New York State, the governor announced a push to deliver free tuition to public colleges and universities for students from families making under $125,000 per year.
Can Celiac Disease Impact Drug Therapy in Your Patients?
Celiac disease is a disorder that renders sufferers intolerant to gluten.
The Hirsch-Index: What Pharmacists Who Publish Should Know
Many pharmacists are active members of the scientific community and often publish their research in peer-reviewed journals. The h-index is commonly used as a measure of scientific productivity that pharmacists who publish should be aware of.
Herbal Approaches to Alcohol Dependence: Evidence and Risks
Patients occasionally approach pharmacists inquiring about OTC supplements to help reduce alcohol dependence. Pharmacists should be aware of some commonly used supplements, what is known about them, and the risks associated with using these supplements.
Factors Affecting Adherence in Patients with Intellectual Disabilities
Adherence can be a major concern when dispensing medications to individuals with intellectual disabilities. Pharmacists are in a position to help improve medication adherence in this patient population.
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