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By Linfield College
Despite stringent requirements, psychiatrists maintain it would pose a public safety risk.

By Lazarus Enterprises
Zanaprin is not a kind of herbal product and never made up of herbal ingredients but it’s deliberately developed pharmacological compound ever found to cure the menace of anxiety and stress relief.

By Asante Health System
Herbal remedies for heart diseaseare are popular. Join local cardiologist Kent Dauterman for, “Herbal Remedies vs. Prescription Medication: What’s Best for Your Heart,” a free lunch and learn on March 9 from at the Rogue Valley Medical Center.

By Jennifer Hess
The MedCenter System – Manage Your Medicine. Manage Your Health

By Eileen Druckenmiller
Join distinguished cardiology experts from both SVMC and St. Peter’s Hospital for a FREE presentation, “Atrial Fibrillation: What is it, how do I know if I have it, and how do I treat it?” on Saturday, Feb. 26.

By Kalorama Information
Error Reduction is a factor driving patient monitoring systems, according to healthcare market researcher Kalorama Information.

By Pharmacy OneSource Public Relations
Understanding the differences in new oral anticoagulants for proper administration

By Kalorama Information
Indian scientists discovered a novel form of insulin that can keep blood glucose levels down for up to three months.

By Kalorama Information
Drug manufacturers have tried for years to develop oral insulin and have not had any success. But scientists are developing special coatings for insulin pills that prevent stomach acid from destroying them.

By aacultwatch
aacultwatch has been established by members of Alcoholics Anonymous who are concerned about the development of an extremist movement which has located itself within AA, and to which we assign the characteristics of a cult.

By Johanna Haynes
Survey finds future of drug delivery for inflammatory diseases is in the oral therapeutic market

By Dan Laninga
KEY FACTS: Networked Medical Cabinet system consisting of: • 400 Medication Cabinets with IP networked access control powered over ethernet (PoE). • Cabinets located in individual patient rooms

By John Patella
Expands Access to Women’s Mental Health Services in Central New Jersey

By Norfolk & Waveney Mental Health NHS Trust
Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is proud to announce the launch of their new and improved pharmacy website. The latest version of the pharmacy website has been created for service users, carers, GPs and members of the public.

By Barbora Kuckova
Advances in technology, production, research methods, and the need to provide the expanding world population with solutions to health concerns have led the vaccines industry to expanded and reverse its declining trend.

By Byron J. Richards, CCN
The inability of the medical profession to actually think about what they are doing when they prescribe medications is highlighted by a new study warning that much of the blood pressure medication given may actually be making blood pressure worse.

By Kalorama Information
Oncology has emerged as the third largest segment in drug treatment, largely due to the growth of adjunctive therapies and high-cost of effective biotherapy. Sales have increased from $30 billion in 2005 to $65 billion forecasted for 2010.

By Kalorama Information
Drug delivery has become an important focus of the industry. Biopharmaceutical products are driving growth of needle-free systems; there will likely be significant increases in revenues in the vaccine arena.

By SigmaPhone LLC
SigmaPhone LLC’s Android app, iPharmacy, identifies over 50,000 medication bar codes.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
My mail often includes chastising letters from those who place great–almost sole– confidence on the label ADD/ADHD and on medication for Attention Deficit Disorder.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Focus on missed learning rather than number grades

By Bartel Communications, Inc.
Home Helpers and Direct Link of Saratoga announce the launch of a medication management system that offers a reliable solution to managing multiple medications, especially those that must be taken at specific times during the day.

By Kalorama Information
In developed regions, over-the-counter (OTC) markets are relatively mature; however growth and new opportunities exist in developing nations, especially in the Asia-Pacific region where the purchase of OTC drugs is routine in China and India.

By Nicole Chavez, Communications Coordinator
Researchers Say Increased Risk May Be Due To Comorbidities, Such As Obesity

By Darla L. Snyder, Pulse Card LLC
Simple Card Spreads Drug Safety Awareness and Supports Seniors. Newly founded Tulsa company, Pulse Card LLC vows to donate percentage of July sales to LIFE Senior Services.

By Mitch Pelletier
RememberPills.com is an internet-based, 'take your pill', reminder alert system. Now there's a way to remind yourself when it's time to take your pills, or time to give your loved one their pills.

By Pharmacy OneSource Public Relations
Web-based pharmacy tool helps hospital provide medication information to staff

By Duguleana Mihai
Headaches come in all forms; affect all of us sometime in our lives. Sometimes severe, sometimes just a nagging pain, it can be dealt in a number of ways. Recognizing the type of headache is one way fo treating it.

By Dr. Kevin Ross Emery
Dr. Kevin Ross Emery the author of "Managing the Gift: Alternative Approaches for Attention Deficit Disorder," will be appearing at the New Living Expo in San Francisco, CA April 30 - May 2

By Dr. Kevin Ross Emery
Dr Kevin Ross Emery, Synergetic Catalyst™ and author of Managing the Gift: Alternative Approaches for Attention Deficit Disorder to present a workshop on ADD/ADHD in San Francisco, CA on June 12

By Dr. Kevin Ross Emery
The ADD and ADHD impacted person is part of the evolutionary process of humanity. It is time to acknowledge that these people have many gifts and insights that can help us move more clearly into the 21st century. -- Dr. Kevin Ross Emery

By Andrei Moscalu
There was a time when epilepsy and seizures were considered untreatable as there was no proper medication available for these disorders.

By Carrie M. Lee MBA
If you have a participated in a clinical trial in the past year, or are currently participating in a clinical trial you could help Healthcare reform!

By Pharmacy OneSource Public Relations
Eric S. Kastango will examine streamlining medication workflows and optimizing cleanroom practices

By Duguleana Mihai
Lyrica or Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant drug, used progressively in the United States of America and the European Union to manage Epilepsy and neurological pain.

By Hayley Green
As time goes by we begin to become more reliant on medication to control and regulate numerous health conditions that are picked up either through old age or hereditary links.

By Pharmacy OneSource
Pharmacists and nurses can learn about reducing tension and frustration between departments through implementation of a medication tracking system

By Pharmacy OneSource, Inc.
Software solutions help hospital increase productivity and patient safety

By The CareGiver Partnership
In recognition of February being American Heart Month, The CareGiver Partnership explores the illnesses and medications that may contribute to incontinence and how to best manage the condition.

By The CareGiver Partnership
In keeping with its mission of providing home care products that help maintain personal dignity, The CareGiver Partnership provides strategies for nighttime safety.

By Pharmacy OneSource
Web-based pharmacy tool helps hospital publish formulary and medication safety info

By Duguleana Mihai
Lamictal is an anticonvulsant drug which is known to be effective in treating epilepsy and manic depression. It is available as chewable tablets as well, which gives an opportunity for administration even while the patient has a convulsion.

By Pharmacy OneSource, Inc.
Free and valuable content perfect for hospital staff including pharmacists, infection preventionists, and quality managers.

By Solecki Chiropractic
People suffering from depression find relief with acupuncture.

By AIDS Drugs
As the recession continues significant cutbacks in HIV coverage have mostly gone unnoticed, including those that provide critical financial assistance to those infected with HIV.

By The Headache Remedy
The FDA recently released a reminder about migraine medications containing valproic acid and the potential harm they may cause to expectant mothers. The NTI-tss Plus is an FDA approved non-pharmaceutical migraine prevention alternative.

By Natural Energy Products
Ganoderma or Reishi the (The King of Herbs) . Traditional Chinese Medicine has use this herb for over 4000yrs. Ganoderma has been known to treat most illnesses known to the human body

By Natural Energy Products
Ganoderma or Reishi the (The King of Herbs) . Traditional Chinese Medicine has use this herb for over 4000yrs. Ganoderma has been known to treat most illnesses known to the human body.

By Carl Nagaitis
IBS Patients Battle Condition Into Old Age

By Pharmacy OneSource, Inc.
Web-based medication tracking system helps prevent lost or wasted meds




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