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Drugs Cost Billions, Pharmacists Can Help
Drugs Cost Billions, Pharmacists Can HelpA new study puts a huge number on how much nonoptimized medication use costs.
Small Doses: News for Pharmacists in April
Small Doses: News for Pharmacists in AprilEasy-to-swallow bits of news and studies for the busy pharmacist.
Pharmacy Moves to Barber Shops
Pharmacy Moves to Barber ShopsCollaboration can take pharmacists all kinds of places—but almost always results in healthier patients.
A Boxed Warning Goes Away
A Boxed Warning Goes AwayA rare removal of a box warning after large-scale clinical trials.
A Bigger Role for Pharmacists
A Bigger Role for PharmacistsFrom bioterror attacks to the opioid epidemic, pharmacists are in a great place to help.
Proper Med Disposal Is Even More Important Than You ThinkA huge number of opioids go unused. So where do they go?
Pharmacists Increase Vaccination Rates
Pharmacists Increase Vaccination RatesHow pharmacists are helping to push vital health efforts.
When Switching Meds Isn’t the Best Approach
When Switching Meds Isn’t the Best ApproachStudy finds that adding an antipsychotic to antidepressant therapy may be best for treating depression.
Getting the Morning-After Pill Remains a Challenge for Many Teens
Getting the Morning-After Pill Remains a Challenge for Many TeensNew study indicates emergency contraception is not available to all who might need it.
493% Increase in Opioid Use Disorder DiagnosesA new BCBS study finds that 21% of insured members filled at least one opioid script in 2015.