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Small Doses: The Weekly News You Need to Know
Small Doses: The Weekly News You Need to KnowSmall doses is a weekly slideshow of the news you may have missed, made just for you and your busy lifestyle.
Meijer’s Expansion Includes Pharmacy Upgrades
Meijer’s Expansion Includes Pharmacy UpgradesMeijer will improve and expand pharmacies across its new and remodeled stores.
Educating Diabetes Patients About Heart DiseasePharmacists are ideally suited to help educate patients with diabetes and to raise their awareness of how risk factors for CV disease can be controlled.
Pharmacies Look to Add Value By Offering Tuberculosis TestingAs community pharmacies strive to play a greater role in population health management, could TB testing be an important item on the service menu?
Patients with uncontrolled T2DM benefit from inhaled insulinPatients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes (T2DM) experienced a significant decline in their HbA1c levels when adding Technosphere inhaled insulin (Afrezza, MannKind Corp.) to their current treatment regimen, according to a new study.
Drug Topics Voices 06-10-2015Letters, e-mails, posts, and comments from Drug Topics readers
Performance-based pharmacies improve Medicare beneficiary healthMedicare beneficiaries with diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol may achieve better health outcomes when using pharmacies that are part of performance-based networks, according to early results of a pay-for-performance program conducted by SCAN Health Plan and Express Scripts.
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Pharmacy supervisors: Credit where credit is due
Pharmacy supervisors: Credit where credit is dueIn most retail chain stores, the buck stops at the pharmacy supervisor’s desk. Here's a look at the pharmacy biz from their point of view.
BMJ Study: CV benefits of statin use far exceed risksA literature review going back 20 years found only a modest increase in patients' risk of developing statin-related conditions.