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October 17, 2012
October 10, 2012
Pharmacist to Pharmacist
Changes in injection devices and injection technique can help remove barriers to patient adherence to insulin therapy.
Can You Read These Rxs?
Julie Brown proves she has a bright future ahead.
October 08, 2012
Enter the second annual Pharmacy Times essay contest: In 500 words or less, describe your best day as a pharmacist--and become eligible to win a $100 gift card.
October 05, 2012
Interventions to improve insulin sensitivity can go a long way toward improving overall health.
When evidence is lacking for a specific interaction, an analysis of the underlying mechanism is warranted.
Self-reflection opens the door to improving one's skills and changing the pharmacy profession.
The right meter can put patients on the path to proper diabetes management.
Patients with diabetes should be prepared to handle hypoglycemia at all times.
Health care professionals are sometimes a part of the drug diversion and abuse problem.
OTC Case Studies
Generic Times News
OTC Product News
Generic Times Product NEWS
This complex condition can be managed with improved glucose control and pharmacologic therapy.
Technology Product News
Health App Wrap
The role of protein C and S deficiencies in blood clots and updates on hormonal contraceptives and acute coronary syndrome are presented.
Women with gestational diabetes should be proactive about monitoring and maintaining their health.
Careful use and maintenance are needed to ensure that automated systems successfully reduce the risk of medication errors.
Rx Product News Profile
Qsymia (phentermine and topiramate extended-release capsules; CIV) is approved with lifestyle interventions for chronic weight management in adults.
Frontiers in Pharmacy
Saving time and improving safety benefit the pharmacy and the patient alike.
Rx Product News
Men's Health Watch
Brown Bag Consult
Adherence to therapy and proper blood glucose monitoring are 2 important counseling points for patients with diabetes.
For patients with type 2 diabetes, depression is not an obvious comorbid condition, but it can lead to serious health complications.
The legal obligations of manufacturers, physicians, and pharmacists are examined in this case of a serious overdose.
June 01, 2012
Patients taking medications for high cholesterol and diabetes have a new resource for managing their drug therapy.