Lose Weight, Gain Health: How Pharmacy-Based Weight Loss Programs Can Fight the Obesity Epidemic
As some of the most accessible health care professionals, pharmacists are uniquely positioned to help patients manage their weight
Navigating Health Care as a Transgender Patient
A recent episode of Medical World News' Deep Dive shared best practices for caring for transgender patients.
Paxlovid: Oral Antiviral for the Treatment of COVID-19
Pfizer received an emergency use authorization (EUA) for Paxlovid, an oral pill for the treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19 in certain adult and pediatric populations.
Tips for Managing Autoimmune Disease During Pregnancy
Managing autoimmune conditions like type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus during pregnancy can present challenges for patients and physicians.
Practice Update: Treating Patients Hospitalized With COVID-19
Several institutions have published guidance on how to treat patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
Retail Pharmacy Has Reached the Breaking Point
Pharmacy workloads, corporate demands, and customer behavior have stretched an already thin pharmacy workforce to the breaking point.
Managing Migraine: From Acute Treatment to CGRPs
Less than 5% of people with migraine have received an accurate diagnosis for this disabling—and painful—disease.
Lean Methodology and Technology Can Support Clinical Services
Rethinking how technology can simplify routine tasks can help pharmacists and pharmacy technicians streamline their days.
Review: Vaccine Guidelines for Older Adults
Vaccines are important for everyone, but they’re critical for adults older than 65 years.
OTC Update: Asthma Medications
Patients seeking OTC remedies for asthma should be counseled on the risks associated with OTC asthma products.
Become A Champion for Heart Health
American Heart Month is a great time for pharmacists to educate the public about their contributions to managing patients with cardiovascular disease.
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