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Smart inhalers have the potential to address the challenges faced by patients and health care professionals in the management of respiratory diseases.
Most web searches for insomnia were done between midnight and 5 am, when people are typically asleep.
Educating Patients on the Correct Use of Treatments Can Lower the Risk of Influenza Complications and Severity
Pharmacy case studies for November 2020.
According to the study results, women interested in medical cannabis reported marginally lower levels of support from their primary care provider and significantly less support from specialist physicians.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, pharmacists and other health care professionals have had to contend simultaneously with the continuing substance use epidemic.
Following Regulatory Safety Protocols Is Critical to Ensuring Safety and Public Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines
The authors noted that if regulatory agencies maintain the well-documented safety testing protocols that have been developed over the years, COVID-19 vaccines will be safe and trustworthy.
Vulvovaginal candidiasis, also known as a yeast infection, is one of the most common vaginal infections affecting an estimated 75% of women, who report at least 1 episode in their lifetime.
When the employees of a chain community pharmacy refuse to honor prescriptions issued by a local physician, will the lawsuit for defamation filed by that practitioner succeed?
Originally approved in 2018, baloxavir marboxil is indicated for patients aged 12 years and older.
By volunteering with the American Red Cross, pharmacists can continue to help support communities who are struggling during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.