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Study Shows More Than 50% of Americans Have at Least 1 Chronic Health Condition, Mental Disorder, or Substance Use Issue
The election has brought discussion about the complexity of the US health care system to the forefront. A new study from Psychology, Health & Medicine reveals just how intricate the medical needs of Americans really are.
Patients' OTC Painkiller Choices Lack Safety Considerations
Almost all American consumers feel confident when choosing an OTC pain reliever to purchase, but few pay heed to key safety factors when doing so.
US States with the Highest Uninsured Rates
Nationally, the uninsured rate has reached a record low of 8.6%, according to CDC data. At the state and city levels, however, uninsured rates vary widely.
Top 10 Happiest States in America
They say money can't buy happiness, but study results suggest otherwise.
The Best and Worst States for Health Care
Although America's uninsured rate has fallen to a historic low, cost and quality of health care seems to fluctuate from state to state.
Can Genetics Sway Academic Success?
Pharmacy students' academic success may be partially rooted in their genes, according to research out of The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin).
Pharmacy Owner Pleads Guilty to Obstructing Audit
The owner of 2 pharmacies in Alabama has agreed to plead guilty to obstructing a Medicare audit.
Short Simulation Can Change Pharmacy Students' Attitudes About Poverty
Simulation exercises can positively alter pharmacy students' attitudes toward poverty.
Physical Exercise Could Aid Pharmacy Student Learning
If pharmacy students are worried about passing their next pharmacy exam, they may want to consider doing some exercise 4 hours after their time spent in the library.
William Carey University Names Dean of Proposed New Pharmacy School
William Carey University is planning to open a pharmacy school at its campus in Biloxi, Mississippi, and the university has just announced the proposed school's pharmacy dean.
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