One in 10 Americans are vitamin deficient. Chewing gum may help.
An overview of arrangements that pharmacies enter into that violate the federal anti-kickback statute.
As part of American Pharmacists Month, we’re celebrating some amazing pharmacists! Today, read about the work of Maddy Yamnitz, a pharmacy student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy.
Partnership will commemorate the event with a webinar and presentation of Woman Pharmacist of the Year award on Oct. 12.
Despite some government projections that a vaccine could be made available in early November, a fall 2021 date is more likely, according to a recent study.
Although herpes zoster is rare in children, a case study suggests that it can develop in immunocompetent children after vaccination.
Like diabetes, Inflammatory bowel disease may also be linked to a high-fructose diet.
IMGN632 granted breakthrough designation for the treatment of patients with relapsed or refractory blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm.
Patients should talk to their health care team about when to reschedule a postponed or cancelled screening appointment.
One afternoon, an emergency department pharmacist receives a medication order to verify. It’s for 10 mg of morphine through IV. The pharmacist notices the dose is unusually high and realizes it could potentially be lethal.
Integrating specialty pharmacy staff into oncology, neurology, rheumatology, and other specialty clinics within their health systems is a growing trend with a range of beneficial outcomes.
A new study contradicts the popular belief that COVID-19 is spread through close contact with droplets.
This week on Pharmacy Times, there are a number of hot topics that we will be posting throughout the week, including:
An upcoming court case will decide whether states can regulate pharmacy benefit managers.
Women with 2 or more moderate to severe menopause symptoms are at a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.