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What Is Going On With Male Contraception?
Sixty years after the first hormonal birth control pill was marketed to women, men still have limited options with variable efficacy for birth control.
Study: High Dose Ivermectin Not Effective for Outpatients With COVID-19
Results of the ACTIV-6 study showed that high dose ivermectin use did not demonstrate a clinical benefit for mild to moderate COVID-19.
FDA Advisory Committee Vote to Simplify COVID-19 Regimen
COVID-19 vaccines are known to have one of the most complex schedules that the average pharmacist has ever had to manage for a vaccine directed towards a single preventable disease.
Commonly Overlooked Adverse Effects in the Community, Clinical Pharmacy Settings
Although pharmacists possess a wealth of knowledge on AEs, it remains a monumental task to recall the clinical significance of every AE, even with the most commonly used medications.
For the First Time Ever, CDC Makes Specific Recommendations on Flu Vaccines for Geriatric Patients
CDC makes groundbreaking shift by providing influenza vaccination recommendations for the geriatric population.
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