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Pharmacists Joining the March for Science
Pharmacists Joining the March for SciencePharmacists and pharmacy groups are taking part in a national march in support for science.
New Recommendation Drops the Number of HPV Shots for Children from Three to TwoRecommended number of HPV injections for kids under 14 drops to two.
Stronger Measles Vaccination Exemption Policies Reduce the Likelihood of an OutbreakMaking nonmedical vaccination exemptions more difficult to obtain can reduce risk of a measles epidemic.
Is $485 million enough to end the opioid epidemic?
Is $485 million enough to end the opioid epidemic?The HHS is giving out greatly needed funds, but money alone may not be enough.
FDA Issues New Label Change for Codeine and Tramadol
FDA Issues New Label Change for Codeine and TramadolDecades of research has led to a flurry of new warnings.
Surescripts Takes Aim at Improving e-Prescribing AccuracyNew monitoring system identifies problems with e-prescription systems.
CVS Launches New Store Design
CVS Launches New Store DesignTobacco is gone, now CVS launches new campaign aimed at promoting health and beauty.
CVS: Generics and Biosimilars Are Key to Its Drug Spending DeclineDrug spending is going down at CVS Caremark. Here’s why.
Many Health-Care Groups Laud Generics BillNearly 20 health-care organizations and PBMs come out in favor of FAST Generics Act.
Walgreens Clinics Launching STI Testing Services
Walgreens Clinics Launching STI Testing ServicesPharmacy chain will introduce testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections at its clinics.