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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New refining process helps to minimize odor and taste from fish oil supplements.
Iron deposits may be the cause of cognitive decline in those who have high alcohol consumption, which vitamin B1 may help prevent.
COVID-19 pandemic highlights how supplements can help improve the body’s defense system.
Although experts predict continued growth in drug spending, results find those linked to US Pharmacopeia standards lower prices.
With OTC melatonin readily available and its product awareness high among consumers, many pharmacists may be interested in learning more about its safety and efficacy.
Study finds that vitamin C may help improve the quality of life in people over 50 years of age.
New research contradicts previous observational studies on the effect of vitamin D supplements in severe asthma prevention.
Study suggests improving nutrition and boosting the immune system can help achieve an effective disease response.
Vitamin D supplementation shown to have several benefits in early childhood.
More than 10 million adults over age 50 have osteoporosis.
A patient has unexplained symptoms that appear to be severe anxiety.
Pharmacy Times® interviewed Amanda Bowles, the director of the Shopper Science Lab at GSK Consumer Healthcare, on the expansion of coverage eligibility for OTC and menstrual products by health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts this year following the passage of the CARES Act.