Immunization w/ Adam C. Welch

Drug shortages loom from hurricane-impaired manufacturing in Puerto Rico

Small, fluid-filled bags known as “minibags” have been in short supply for years.

Pharmacist teams up with paramedics to prevent overuse of emergency services

If you can’t find Victoria Reinhartz, PharmD, on the campus of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she is an assistant professor of pharmacy practice, chances are she’s in an emergenc

New AHA/ACC guidelines redefine high blood pressure as 130/80 mm Hg

High blood pressure is now defined as a reading of 130/80 mm Hg, according to the first new comprehensive guide

White House opioid commission releases final report

Days after President Donald Trump declared the opioid abuse and misuse epidemic a

Increased EHR use offers advantages, despite patient safety barriers

Responders to the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) National Survey of Pharmacy Practice in Hospital Settings: Prescribing and Transcribing—2016

JAPhA study: Community pharmacists enhance care in patient-centered medical home

Community pharmacists who work directly with patients in a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) can help improve rates of influenza vaccination and improve outcomes in diabetes and hypertension ma

Highlight: Mark Huffmyer, PharmD, BCGP

Each month, the Preceptor SIG will highlight the activities and accomplishments of a New Practitioner member. This month's spotlight is on Dr. Mark Huffmyer, PharmD, BCGP.


Highlight: Erin Pauling, PharmD

Dr. Erin Pauling, PharmD, has been actively engaged within the Diabetes Management SIG for several years. Learn about her efforts with her practice and more.


Study links melatonin with increased reactive aggression in humans

Melatonin is used frequently as a sleep aid, but a recent study evaluating the effects of melatonin on human behavior shows a correlation between melatonin and aggressive responses.


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