Drug Topics' 160th anniversary Pharmacy then and now: 1963 vs. 2016 One difference is immediately noticeable. Former Walgreens exec honored for contributions to pharmacy APhA's honorary president of the year talks about his proudest achievements and his vision for the future of the profession Strange, offbeat, and obscure medicinal facts How do you relieve a child’s nasal congestion? Some people once thought rubbing warm whiskey on a child’s sole would do the trick. 160th anniversary quiz results March 10, 2016 For the answers to the the pharmacy history quiz questions, read on. Drug Topics through the decades: 1920-1930 Drugstores in the '20s contended with Prohibition and powerful Washington lobbies, while customers enjoyed newfangled soda fountains and some nifty new products. An advocate for change urges pharmacists to speak out APhA award recipient Nicki Hilliard says step up and voice your concerns. Physician dispensing: Convenience doesn't always equal benefit In this month's trip down Memory Lane, Drug Topics looks back on an article from 2001 that examined the roots of a problem in full flower today. Calling all history buffs February 10, 2016 Test your knowledge of pharmacy history. Questions drawn from February 10, 2016 160th Anniversary issue of Drug Topics. Drug Topics: 160 years strong As Drug Topics celebrates its 160th anniversary this year, we want to show you how far the profession of pharmacy has come. Drug Topics through the decades: 1910-1920 A hundred years ago, Drug Topics was a pocket-sized monthly, circulation: 12,000; yearly price: 25 cents. While some of its content seems antiquated now, some seems eerily familiar. And the illustrations? A hoot!