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March 22, 2013
Pharmacist to Pharmacist
March 19, 2013
Government programs can assist with student loan repayment.
March 18, 2013
The prevention of plaque and tartar buildup can boost overall health.
OTC Case Studies
OTC Product News
The latest OTC vitamins and minerals and treatments for sore throat, hot flashes, clogged ears, foot pain, daytime fatigue, irritated skin, sinus symptoms, heartburn, and children's cough.
Patients may have questions about their uncomfortable leg sensations.
This state of continuous, unremitting seizure can be life-threatening and requires prompt emergency intervention.
Lead is omnipresent and continues to cause serious health problems.
Increasing public awareness of venous thromboembolism can help to encourage preventive medical attention.
A study found that functional, motor, and independence levels deteriorated at a faster rate in women with Huntington's disease than in men with the condition.
State prescription-monitoring programs will now have access to a wealth of VA hospital data.
A recent study offers encouraging new information on hemorrhage risk.
Parkinson's patients drove at night, in bad weather, during rush hour, and on highways more than they reported.
Independent verification of drug doses can prevent mix-ups and misinterpretation.
Rx Product News
New Rx products for reduction of the severity of varicella symptoms, treatment of mild to moderate dementia, pregnancy prevention, and HIV/AIDS-related complications.
Almost half of study participants with diabetes had osteoarthritis compared with 26% of participants without diabetes.
Rx Product News Profile
Fycompa (perapanel) tablets are approved for the treatment of partial-onset seizures in patients 12 years and older.
The pharmacist can play an important role in the treatment of patients with anger management problems.
This month's pet peeves include gripes about impatient patients, insurance hassles, and questions about foreign meds.
Can You Read These Rxs?
Medicinal use of cannabis is gaining acceptance despite a lack of published treatment guidelines.
This month's column addresses compounding with glycolic acid.
A trial court rules that the Federal Controlled Substances Act does not preempt the Medical Marijuana Act.
McKaya Schmit guided patients through a natural disaster.
Directions in Pharmacy
A new wave of mobile applications encourages disease management on the go.
Generic Times News
New generic products for male pattern hair loss, cholesterol reduction, serious infections, and dermatoses of the scalp
New epinephrine auto injector provides audio and visual cues when administering treatment for life-threatening allergic reactions.
Health App Wrap
Our guide to the latest mobile health apps, including Pharmacy Times OTC Guide and apps for pharmacy techs studying for certification, disease detectives, allergy forecasts, and clinical trials.
March 15, 2013
In many cases, the FDA is not getting the information it needs to oversee plans submitted by drug manufacturers to ensure that potentially risky drugs are used safely, according to a recently released government report.
Artificial intelligence tools have the potential to help pharmacists.
Patients have a variety of options for self-treatment of common and plantar warts.
March 14, 2013
A supplement based on a symposium conducted at the 47th American Society of Health-System Pharmacists' Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition.
March 13, 2013
Special Section: Immunizations & Vaccinations
Vaccination is crucial for older adults and patients with chronic disease.
Compliance with most adult vaccine recommendations is still low due to financial and informational barriers.