Vitamins and Supplements

The use of vitamins and supplements has become increasingly common in recent years, and the Pharmacy Times® Vitamins and Supplements resource center provides clinical news and articles as more and more become available over the counter.

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Four case studies about skin and eye health.
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We should be getting our nutrients from food, but when that is not enough, vitamin supplementation is an option.
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What caused a customer’s birth control pills to lose efficacy? 
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Over-the-counter products featured in the May 2020 issue. 
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Researchers at Northwestern University have discovered a strong connection between severe vitamin D deficiency and mortality rates after studying global data from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Prenatal vitamins are designed to support both the health of the mother and the development of the baby during pregnancy.
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Pharmacists are ideally positioned to educate patients on which supplements to take with their medications.
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As a pharmacist, it is important to know which patients may benefit from omega-3 supplements the most, the supplements’ proper dosage, and the benefits that can be expected.
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Program establishes criteria to specify potentially inappropriate medications to avoid prescribing to older adults or should be used with caution when combined with other prescriptions.
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Vitamin D encompasses a group of fatsoluble secosterols that are found in certain foods and supplements and can also be produced when synthesis of vitamin D is triggered after the sun’s ultraviolet rays touch skin.
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Vitamins and Supplements Guide for Pharmacists Digital Edition (April 2020)
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Although vitamin D helps the body absorb minerals essential for bone health, previous studies have found conflicting evidence on whether low vitamin D levels actually increase the risk of osteoporotic fractures and whether vitamin D supplements can reduce the risk.