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Pharmacists Are Central to Supervalu Diabetes CampaignSupervalu’s diabetes campaign offers risk assessments, screening, and food education.
The Trump Administration Gets Tough on Opioids
The Trump Administration Gets Tough on OpioidsTrump and Gottlieb are both taking steps to end the opioid epidemic. But is it enough?
Small Doses: Pharmacy News Featuring Opioids, Ketamine, and More
Small Doses: Pharmacy News Featuring Opioids, Ketamine, and MoreSmall Doses is news for pharmacists in a way that works for you.
Walgreens and Prime Therapeutics Create Specialty Pharma Mail Firm
Walgreens and Prime Therapeutics Create Specialty Pharma Mail FirmWhat the new company will mean for specialty pharmacy.
MS Group Praises New Drug Despite High Price Tag
MS Group Praises New Drug Despite High Price TagWhy a drug that costs $65,000 a year is making patient groups happy.
GSK Issues Voluntary Recall
GSK Issues Voluntary RecallNearly 600,000 inhalers are being recalled.
EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. Recalled: Recall Expanded from Europe and AsiaTwo previous reports of device failures lead EpiPen maker to expand recall to the United States.
The Full Extent of Antibiotic Use in the United States? No One Knows.
The Full Extent of Antibiotic Use in the United States? No One Knows.What we know—and what we don't—about antibiotics in America.
WHO Launches Program to Reduce Medication ErrorsHow a program hopes to cut errors in half.
As More Canadian Provinces Mandate Error Reporting, U.S. Experts Call for Similar LawsOntario joins Nova Scotia in making medication dispensing error reporting mandatory, but no states have enacted similar laws.