Making Its Mark on Crohn’s Disease

Researchers from Cornell and the University of North Carolina have identified a molecule linked to different disease subtypes, with important treatment-decision implications.

Addressing Hypoglycemic Emergencies

It is important for diabetes patients and close contacts—including pharmacists and other healthcare providers—to recognize the symptoms of this medical emergency and initiate proper treatment.

Applying Recent A1C Recommendations in Clinical Practice

The benefits of tight glycemic control must be balanced against the harmful effects of hypoglycemia, especially in patients with limited life expectancy or comorbidities.

Guiding Novel Neurologic Drug Approvals

The FDA’s review of drug and biological products in this medication class is critical, as a brain impairment impacts between 6.5% and 7.9% of adults in the United States.

Bell’s Palsy and the Pharmacist

Bell’s palsy is an uncommon neurologic disorder of uncertain etiology that causes numerous problems for patients.

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