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August 02, 2010
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OTC products containing ibuprofen, such as Advil, are a reasonable choice when considering options for self-care of acute pain.
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Kelly Lewis, Walmart's Pharmacist of the Year, is a trusted health care professional and valued member of her Kentucky community.
Some food for thought for pharmacists and their patients-is there a relationship between the obesity epidemic and the prevalence of gastrointestinal disorders?
Because many patients who take bisphosphonates also take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for other conditions, it is important to determine if their combination will have a negative effect.
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It remains debatable whether medical marijuana is a legitimate treatment for the chronically ill, and if its availability in some states causes more harm than good.
Can an individual charged with possession of methamphetamine precursors successfully move to suppress evidence from a pharmacy's state-mandated record log?
Considerable advances have been made in the area of peptic ulcer disease, an imbalance between peptic acid secretion and gastroduodenal mucosal defenses.
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Somaxon Pharmaceuticals' Silenor (doxepin HCl) has been FDA approved to treat long- or short-term insomnia in patients who have difficulty maintaining sleep.
Everyone learns from mistakes. Health care professionals in particular learn a great deal from error-reporting systems and should be encouraged to use best practices to report errors when they occur.
Crohn's disease, a type of inflammatory bowel disease, can be characterized by abdominal cramping, diarrhea, and greater complications over time. Rx treatment options can help manage these symptoms.
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Occasional nausea and vomiting can be prevented and treated with OTC therapy.
After assessing the frequency and severity of their patients' symptoms, pharmacists can recommend the right OTC products for individuals with heartburn.
Approximately 50 million individuals in the United States are affected by lactose intolerance. Pharmacists are in a key position to ensure that patients receive the essential nutrients that may be lost by not consuming milk and dairy products.