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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.
Dietary Supplements or Unapproved Drugs?
Dietary Supplements or Unapproved Drugs?Why some red yeast rice supplements could be considered prescription drugs.
Only 1 in 4 Opioid-Addicted Youth Receive Medication
Only 1 in 4 Opioid-Addicted Youth Receive MedicationYounger people, females, black or Hispanic less likely to have medication.
Staff Burnout Rates are High at Pharmacy SchoolsA study found that pharmacy practice faculty experience high rates of emotional exhaustion.
Cancer Drug Spending SoarsNew therapies and increased awareness lead to a large market.
More Older Patients Have Medication Troubles Than You Think
More Older Patients Have Medication Troubles Than You ThinkWhat problems your older patients are having (and what you can do about it).
More Billion-Dollar Drugs, Faster Approvals, and Other Pharmaceutical Trends
More Billion-Dollar Drugs, Faster Approvals, and Other Pharmaceutical TrendsWhat’s been going on in the biopharmaceutical industry?
Are EpiPens Still Good After Their Expiration Date?
Are EpiPens Still Good After Their Expiration Date?One pharmacist decided to find out how long an EpiPen stays useable.