Pet Peeves (August 2019)

Pharmacy Times, August 2019 Back to School, Volume 85, Issue 8

What's bothering you in the pharmacy?

Not Child's Play

People calling low-dose aspirin "baby aspirin." Aspirin should never be used in babies or children younger than 12, because of the risk of Reye syndrome.

Glued to the Seat

I hate people who hog the only chair in the pharmacy section, staying seated after they are scheduled to move on.

Food Faux Pas

I abhor the employee food refrigerator full of half-full cartons of spoiled milk, salad dressings well beyond their expiration date, and Tupperware containers full of moldy crap.

Burn Baby Burn

I completely lose it when a pharmacy staff member puts popcorn in the microwave oven, leaves it unattended, and it burns.

What's Bothering You?

Bossy patients, abandoned prescriptions, drive-through demands? We want to know! Send your pet peeves to cmollison@pharmacytimes.com. We’ll share them here and online.