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Although overactive bladder can be treated, more than 80% of affected women do not seek treatment.
Refusal to honor prescriptions for controlled substances written by a physician under investigation causes legal action.
It's no surprise that heroin, readily available and at prices far lower than those of pharmaceuticals, is the abuser's current drug of choice.
In many states, pharmacists have the right to exercise conscientious refusal to dispense contraceptives, but they also have a responsibility to meet patients' and employers' needs.
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Patient profiles should be reviewed for drugs that may cause or exacerbate incontinence.
Menopause affects every woman differently, so most clinicians recommend an individualized approach.
Iron supplementation may be warranted in some patients to build up iron stores.
Convenient care clinics are filling a niche and offering high-quality, cost-effective, and timely care.
Could the effort to achieve pharmacist provider status bring the broad pharmacy community together?
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By understanding their unique risks when exercising, women can take measures to avoid injury.
A new combination drug-device product uses novel technology.