Small Doses: The Weekly News You Need to Know Small doses is a weekly slideshow of the news you may have missed, made just for you and your busy lifestyle. 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. Vintage images from our past: 1910-1920 These images originally appeared between 1910 and 1920. 25 Cities With The Highest Pharmacist Salaries February 05, 2016 By Mark Lowery Editor The average salary for pharmacists in the United States can vary greatly by location. Funny, memorable, and not so politically correct ads from our past January 21, 2016 By Mark Lowery Editor These portraits of Americana were sometimes funny, always creative, and often not so politically correct. Drug Topics covers from the past: Circa 1974 (Slideshow) September 10, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor In 1974, pharmacists and the pharmacy industry dealt with several important issues. 2016 formulary exclusions in 9 key areas August 11, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor CVS/Caremark and Express Scripts, the two biggest players in the pharmacy benefits management industry, have both added medications to their exclusion lists. 5 geographic hotspots for questionable dispensing One way that the government targets fraud and abuse in Medicare Part D is by identifying areas where its payments per beneficiary for certain drugs are significantly higher than the average payments nationwide.