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Pharmacy Clinical Pearl: Geographic Tongue
Geographic tongue is an inflammatory but harmless condition affecting the surface of the tongue.
Pharmacy Times is Leading the Way
As pharmacists continue to counsel consumers on OTC choices, our 2022 Pharmacy Times OTC Recommendations Survey provides guidance.
Seize the Opportunity to Help Those Who Need Special OTC Counseling
Pharmacists possess abundant knowledge about health modalities and medications that they should share with patients.
26 Years Strong
Since 1997, Pharmacy Times has been calculating pharmacists' OTC recommendations and publishing an annual survey.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
Most individuals can manage the discomfort of GERD with lifestyle changes and OTC medications.
Caffeine and Chocolate Consumption May Trigger Migraines
Help Patients Manage Cold and Flu Symptoms
Consider patients' disease states, medication regimens, and other regularly used nonprescription drugs.
Antibiotics Are Often Prescribed for Sore Throats Without a Diagnostic Test
This trend has been going on since before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and is the cause of both in-person and telehealth visits, Epic Research said in a statement.
Pharmacy Clinical Pearl: Cold Sores
Cold sores are usually caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 and herpes simplex virus type 2.
Half of Parents Regularly Give Their Children Dietary Supplements, Poll Shows
Approximately one-third of parents said their children are picky, and another third said they don’t think their children eat enough fruits and vegetables.
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