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June 16, 2010
Women's Health Watch
June 15, 2010
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Technology Product News
RESPy winner Leah Snyder is committed to assisting patients with diabetes in her northeast Louisiana community.
Should well-trained pharmacy technicians assume more responsibility for nonjudgmental activities in the pharmacy?
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When a pharmacist overrides a computer-generated warning when dispensing a prescription that results in patient harm, may the patient sue the pharmacist and/or pharmacy for punitive damages?
The National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators had developed a new Web site to help facilitate prescription take-back programs, in which law enforcement must be involved.
A variety of factors increase the risk of an individual developing Lyme Disease. This article reviews the disease, as well as current treatment and prevention options.
Childhood/adolescent obesity rates continue to grow, and unhealthy diet and physical inactivity are 2 main causes. Counseling these young patients and their families requires sensitivity.
Rx Product News
Rx Product News Profile
Novo Nordisk's Victoza (liraglutide), the first glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist subcutaneous injection, received FDA approval for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Pharmacists can take precautions to avoid medication errors caused by mixing up drugs with similar-sounding names.
New case reports and clinical trials are examined that provide additional evidence on the interaction between cranberry juice and warfarin.
Patients seeking treatment for infertility are a unique group who can benefit greatly from the services of a sensitive and readily-available specialty pharmacist.
A multitude of factors can contribute to infertility, but with the host of available treatment options, 85% to 95% of cases are treated with either medication or surgery.
OTC Product News
OTC Case Studies
Pharmacists can help women choose an appropriate at-home pregnancy test and counsel them on the proper procedures to ensure accuracy.
Women may choose to manage their menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, headaches, weight gain, and fatigue, with a variety of available OTC supplements.
Unemployment among pharmacists is low, thanks to job growth in several key areas. Pharmacists should learn about the latest trends in the job market, plus how to maximize their efforts.
Medications that influence libido have mechanisms that affect the biologic or hormonal processes responsible for sexual arousal, and often affect patients' quality of life.
This article details what pharmacists need to know about the FDA's new proposed rule on pregnancy and lactation labeling.