Walking at Faster Speeds Could Significantly Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk
A new systematic review and meta-analysis found that the risk of type 2 diabetes decreased significantly at walking speeds of 4 km/h or above.
Pharmacists Must Join Advocacy Efforts to Help Move the Profession Forward
Drug Topics recently sat down with Steve Hoffart, PharmD, owner and PIC at Magnolia Pharmacy north of Houston, to discuss the importance of pharmacists getting involved in advocacy.
2022-2023 Influenza Season Classified as High Severity by CDC
This season marks the fourth to be classified as high severity since the 2009 influenza A(H1N1) pandemic.
Podcast: Is The Pharmacy World Prepared For DSCSA?
Todd Eury of the Pharmacy Podcast Network is joined by Josh Bolin of the NABP to talk about DSCSA, what benefits it will provide, and how to make sure your pharmacy is ready when it goes into effect this November.
Early CT Screening Linked to Improved Lung Cancer Survival
Although early computed tomography (CT) screening was associated with improved cure rate for patients with lung cancer, less than 6% of the population that is eligible receives it.
Pharmaceutical Compounding, Storage of Faricimab Preserves Stability, Binding Properties
Maintaining the structure and function of antibody biologics like faricimab is critical for their administration via intravitreal injection (IVI), a common treatment approach for retinal diseases.
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