Featured Content
Related Content

Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Diabetes

Based on evolving clinical evidence, the American Diabetes Association modified primary-prevention aspirin recommendations in 2010 to encompass only patients with a 10-year cardiovascular risk greater than 10%.

Survey Reveals Poor Insulin Adherence

The Times They Are a-Changin'

A major health insurance company and pharmacy chain have partnered to offer patients with type 2 diabetes access to a new diabetes control program.

NCPA Partners With AADE to Expand Diabetes Counseling Options

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is defined as any degree of glucose intolerance that occurs with pregnancy or is first discovered during pregnancy. GDM, which is the most common metabolic complication associated with pregnancy, imposes risks on both mother and fetus.

Clarithromycin-Statin Mix Can Cause Severe Adverse Events 1/21/2015

Hepatotoxic Effects of Lipid-Altering Agents 9/19/2012

Drug-induced liver damage is generally rare with this class, except in the case of sustained-release niacin.

1-800-222-1222 12/20/2011

The number of young children hospitalized or seen in the ER for ingesting a potentially toxic dose of medication has risen dramatically.

Reducing Pharmacy Technician Hospital Errors 12/20/2011

The pharmacy technician’s role is evolving and varies widely between the retail industry and hospital health systems, as well as from state to state.

FDA Warns of Unapproved Chelation Products 12/17/2010

Warnings for Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents 10/20/2010

Aseptic Meningitis Risk With Use of Seizure Drug 9/20/2010

FDA Alerts Public About Danger of Skin-Numbing Products 3/18/2009

FDA Warns Against Dietary Supplement 3/18/2009