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Check out our latest round-up of new #OTC products http://phrmcyt.ms/1mmVpWP
Fresh Guard Soak by Efferdent Marketed by: Prestige Brands Holdings, Inc Fresh Guard Soak by Efferdent is specially formulated to clean retainers, mouth guards, and removable braces by killing odor-causing bacteria, and to remove mouth film. Patients should add the contents of 1 packet to a ...
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Visit our site to photos from the #NextGenPharm awards gala! http://phrmcyt.ms/1qjKkkD
The fifth-annual Next-Generation PharmacistTM awards were given out on August 24, 2014, at a gala dinner held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. To see photos of the event and videos of the finalists and winners in the 10 award categories as well as the overall ...
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Patients with #alopecia needed to be guided in the proper selection of hair loss products http://phrmcyt.ms/1pT8xUC
Patients with hair loss need to be educated about the possible causes, guided in the proper selection of hair loss products, and directed to seek medical care.
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OTC #CaseStudies: Self-Care for Oncology Patients http://phrmcyt.ms/1pT7qUR
Case 1: Sunblock and Skin Protection CB is a 49-year-old male who comes to the pharmacy looking for the best OTC sunblock for skin protection. CB recently had a skin cancer check performed by his dermatologist, who identified several moles on CB's back that should be monitored over time.
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Chronic Pain Common Among Returning Soldiers http://phrmcyt.ms/1rviZTI
A substantial number of US soldiers returning home experience chronic pain, and many of them use opioid painkillers to cope, according to the results of a recent report published online on June 30, 2014, in JAMA Internal Medicine. Members of an Army infantry brigade completed confidential ...
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Skin Prick Wheal Size Associated with #Allergy Symptom Severity http://phrmcyt.ms/1rviQQ9
The size of a skin prick allergy test wheal strongly correlates to patient-reported allergy symptom severity, the results of a study suggest. The study, which appeared in the March 2014 edition of Clinical & Experimental Allergy, analyzed the results of skin prick tests for 18 inhaled allergens ...
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Editor-in-chief @eckel_fred says #ThankYou to our readers in his most recent editor's note http://phrmcyt.ms/1u8W9BK
For more than a quarter century, I have been associated with Pharmacy Times (PT), and I currently serve as editor-in-chief. My work with PT is challenging and fulfilling. I have the freedom to write a monthly commentary about something in the profession of concern to me.
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With so many treatment options available, #ProstateCancer patients may feel stressed and overwhelmed http://phrmcyt.ms/ZwBOJK
For patients, having many treatment options can add to the stress of a cancer diagnosis.
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What will the future health-system #pharmacy look like? @stepheneckel discusses in his Sept Editor's Note http://phrmcyt.ms/1Dn4ww5
In health-system pharmacy circles, people continue to discuss the growing pharmacy enterprise, the possibility of pharmacy executives having a position in line with other hospital executives within the c-suite, and the aligning of multiple hospital pharmacy departments to form a corporate ...
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Pharmacists can help guide patients in the selection of products to self-treat oral pain http://phrmcyt.ms/1pT8QPg #OralHealth
The importance of oral health is underestimated by many individuals until a problem arises. Oral pain and discomfort can negatively impact an individual's daily routine. Fortunately, pharmacists are in a pivotal position to guide patients in the proper selection of nonprescription products for ...
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Cataract Surgery May Improve Cognition in #Dementia Patients http://phrmcyt.ms/1rvj7CJ
Cataract surgery for patients with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia may help improve quality of life and slow the decline in memory, according to the results of a study presented on July 13, 2014, at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Obese Women Have Lots of Fruits and Veggies at Home http://phrmcyt.ms/1rvj8X7 #obesity
The results of a recent study found that overweight and obese women kept their kitchens stocked with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, in addition to high-fat and unhealthy snacks. The study, published in the May 2014 issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, examined the ...
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Pharmacy Times is a clinically based, monthly journal providing practical information pharmacists can use in their everyday practice. Each issue contains articles and features covering medication errors, drug interactions, patient education, pharmacy technology, disease state management, patient counseling, product news, pharmacy law, and specialty pharmacy. The Pharmacy Times Office of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.