Sandhya Vijapurapu, PharmD Candidate


Digital Health Tools in Diabetes

Technology and mobile health apps can be valuable tools in diabetes management.

Reina Puri


Best Practices on Discussing Birth Control for Adolescents

There are numerous methods of contraception available for adolescents.

Sobha Pisharody


The Increasingly Relevant Role of Pharmacogenomics

Pharmacogenomics looks at how genetic influences affect an individual’s response to therapeutic medications.

Beth Brooks, PhD, RN, FACHE


Health Care Hiring Trends For 2023 And Beyond

How are hiring trends shaping up for the future of health care?

Kevin Chamberlain, PharmD, FASCP


First-in-Class Treatment for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Is Approved by FDA

Mavacamten improves functional capacity and symptoms in adults with New York Heart Association class II-III obstructive HCM.

Andre Wang, PharmD


New Prodrug for ADHD in School-aged Children

Ser/dex is a dexmethylphenidate-based prodrug for ADHD in patients 6 years and older.

Tim Gregorius, RPh


Use This Checklist To Select Your CBD Product

What pharmacists need to consider before selling CBD in their stores.

Alana Galipeau, PharmD Candidate


OTC Considerations for COVID-19

Many individuals have been asking if they can take things at home, such as vitamins and OTC medications, to decrease their risk of contracting the virus or to self-treat themselves

Ruby Barghini, MD


Apetamin Gains Popularity on Social Media as Weight Gain Drug

Apetamin has been promoted worldwide as a weight gain supplement—but what are the dangers of misuse?

Lisa Faast, PharmD, DiversifyRx CEO


How to Increase CBD Sales at Your Independent Pharmacy

Tips to help your pharmacy stand out as a knowledgeable CBD retailer.

Kendall Haney, PharmD Candidate


COVID-19 Therapy Pipeline Update

Here’s an overview of what’s in the late-stage pipeline.

Zoe Diana Draelos, MD


What's Popular in Clean, Sustainable, and Green Skin Care

Customers are looking for skincare products that do more than just take care of their skin.

Richard Payerchin


Should Health Care Workers Keep Wearing Masks With Patients Now That the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Is Over?

According to commentaries published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, doctors remain split on the question.

Lynda Charters


AMD Risk Not Tied to Long-Term Metformin Use

The researchers reported that there was no significant difference in the age-related macular degeneration prevalence among the 3 study groups.

Brandon May


Mitigating Costs of Cancer Treatment: The Role of Pharmacists

Cancer care is expensive, but pharmacists can help.

Sara Elsaid Taha, BPS, PharmD Candidate 2022


Vitamin D and COVID-19: An Evidence-Based Review

In this article, we will review the evidence describing a possible link between vitamin D and COVID-19.

Nardine Karam, BPS, PharmD candidate


A Review of FDA-Approved Medications for Chronic Weight Management

Five medications are currently approved by the FDA for chronic weight management.

Kathleen Beitzel


The Ever-Expanding Role of Consultant Pharmacists in Long-term Care

Clinical consultant pharmacists offer an individualized approach to the needs of long-term care facilities.

Kendall Szulimowski, 2021 PharmD candidate


Melphalan Flufenamide for Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma

Melphalan flufenamide (Pepaxto; Oncopeptides AB) in combination with dexamethasone was granted accelerated approval on February 26, 2021, by the FDA for adult patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma.

Scotty Sykes, CPA, CFP


Coming out of COVID: 5 Objectives for Boosting Rx Business and Cash Clinical Services

Ollin Sykes, CPA, CITP, and Scotty Sykes, CPA, CFP, discuss the business landscape after COVID within pharmacies and 5 objectives for focusing on growth again.

Betsy Adegborioye


Practice Update: Treating Patients Hospitalized With COVID-19

Several institutions have published guidance on how to treat patients hospitalized with COVID-19.

Russell Libby, MD


Detecting Crossover Symptoms of COVID-19, Influenza

As respiratory viruses and COVID-19 variants lurk seemingly everywhere, here’s how best to detect and differentiate.

Total Pharmacy Team


The Health Care Professional’s Role in Creating Equitable Patient Outcomes

An essay by Lord Simon Woolley that was published in BMJ calls on the medical community to speak up on how failed drug laws disproportionately harm black communities.

Bernard A. Cohen, MD


Current and Future Treatments for Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that presents with painful, deep, and inflamed lesions found in flexural, apocrine gland-bearing sites.

Staff Writer


Pilot Program From Custom Health, L.A. Care, Tackles Medication Adherence

Custom is one of the growing number of companies focusing on adherence. It changed its name from Pack4U last year.

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