Potentially Dangerous Ingredients in Candy Highlights AJPB Week in Review
Top articles of the week from The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits.
5. Opioids in Children's Cough Medicine Too Risky, FDA Panel Says
The Pediatric Advisory Committee unanimously voted against using codeine and hydrocodone in pediatric cough medication. Read more.
4. Olive Oil Has Widespread Benefits for Diabetes Patients
Compound derived from olives increases insulin secretion. Read more.
3. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Drastically Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome 4 times as likely to develop diabetes. Read more.
2. Compound in Chocolate May Prevent, Treat Diabetes
A cocoa-derived compound improved the function of beta cells in diabetes patients. Read more.1. What You Need to Know about Hot Tamales Candy
Benzidine-based dyes commonly used in pharmaceuticals are also found in popular candy, which may lead to adverse health issues. Read more.