Women's Health

The Pharmacy Times® Women’s Health resource center provides clinical news and articles, pertaining to women’s wellness, nutrition, fitness, weight loss, and answers to other potentially more intimate questions.

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Approximately 5% of women with kidney failure use contraceptives, which could lead to unintentional pregnancies in this high-risk group. 

 
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Further, the study showed cabotegravir was 89% more effective than daily oral FTC/TDF for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
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Further, the study showed cabotegravir was 89% more effective than daily oral FTC/TDF for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
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According to lead study author Melissa Melough, as many as 80% of Black pregnant women in the United States may be deficient in vitamin D.
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The processes involving the high prevalence of diagnosis and over prescription undoubtedly play a role, but it is possible that the infra-diagnosis and lower prescription rates in men could be a factor, according to the study authors.
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The study used an animal model that was conducted according to the National Advisory Committee for Laboratory Animal Research (NACLAR) guidelines.
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Women Help Improve Economic Growth, Financial Performance, Innovation, and Value at Pharmacy Organizations
 
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, pharmacists have been forced to face challenges to their practice that have required not only adaptation and flexibility, but also moments of empathy and vulnerability.
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On Women Pharmacist Day on October 12, a panel discussion webcast consisting of leading women in pharmacy discussed the importance of recognizing the impact of women on the pharmacy landscape and the history of women in the field.
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This week on Pharmacy Times, there are a number of important topics that will be covered and posted throughout the week.
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Women found to have worse outcomes after a first heart attack than men.