Clinical News

Safeway Pharmacy Pays $3 Million After DOJ Investigation
Safeway Pharmacy Pays $3 Million After DOJ InvestigationThe chain is accused of not reporting opioid thefts by its employees.
Allergic Kids Aren’t Getting Enough Epinephrine
Allergic Kids Aren’t Getting Enough EpinephrineA new study shows that only a third of children suffering allergic reactions receive epinephrine immediately.
Record Attendance at AACP Annual MeetingThousands of faculty and students gathered to hear about the latest in healthcare.
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.
Drug Manufacturer Pays Settlement Over Opioid
Drug Manufacturer Pays Settlement Over OpioidMallinckrodt to pay settlement for not reporting orders or keeping accurate records.
A Drug Causes Hundreds of Deaths and Millions of ADEsAn investigation into Actemra (tocilizumab) has uncovered hundreds of serious adverse drug events, but the drug's labeling has not been changed.
Clinical Challenge: What Would You Do?
Clinical Challenge: What Would You Do?Preventing drug-drug interactions with HIV ART
FDA Approves First Drug for Sickle Cell in 20 YearsEndari is only the second FDA-approved sickle cell disease drug.
New Drug Review: Sarilumab
New Drug Review: SarilumabThe FDA approved Kevzara for RA patients.
The Impact of a Pharmacist as a Health Coach
The Impact of a Pharmacist as a Health CoachA look at the ways coaching your patients can leave them healthier.