New York City Program Aims to Slash Opioid Deaths March 28, 2017By Christine BlankWhat New York City is doing to curb the opioid epidemic. Roundup of the APhA 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition March 27, 2017By Anthony VecchioneThis year's meeting highlighted the opioid epidemic and ways pharmacists can improve patient care. Small Doses: News for PharmacistsThis week, take a look at studies and news on supplements, depression, opioids, and more. Small doses is the news you need in a way that works for you. More States Mandate Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs March 15, 2017By Aubrey WestgateA look at PDMPs in PA—what they are doing and how they are helping patients. Rite Aid, Albertsons Expand Naloxone Access February 28, 2017By Christine BlankRite Aid and Albertsons expand naloxone Access, hoping to curb the opioid epidemic. Small Doses: The news you need to be the bestA look at four important drug studies and stories that you need to know about. New CDC Study Finds Shocking Rates of Overdose Deaths February 27, 2017By Nicholas HammA new CDC study shows that drug overdose deaths have been on the rise and are likely to keep rising. Independent Pharmacy Sued Over Fentanyl Overdose Death February 21, 2017By Christine BlankA pharmacy in Pennsylvania allowed a man to pick up his mother's prescription for fentanyl after being told not to allow it, with tragic results. Top strategies for incorporating PDMP data into physician work flow February 09, 2017By Aubrey WestgateHow can physicians, already struggling to keep up with mounting regulations and larger patient loads, use PDMPs in more effective and efficient ways?