1.1 million Americans live with HIV—here’s how you can help.
The smallest patients can sometimes present the biggest issues.
Why it’s vital for pharmacists to learn about this emerging field.
Insulin glargine should not be used past 28 days after the vial is first used, but 80% of patients do.
Diabetes drug empagliflozin reduces fat levels in type 2 patients, which may reduce risk of severe liver disease.
Missing teeth could be a signal that diabetes may be developing.
What do pharmacies have to do with the recent Surgeon General Advisory? A lot, actually.
New drugs for acute migraines are almost ready for prime time. Here's what you need to know.
A study found that apixaban is a safe alternative to VKAs for ablation of atrial fibrillation.
Andaxanet alfa has shown effectiveness for patients needing hemostasis.