Adhering to the recommended childhood vaccination schedule remains the best method for preventing contagious childhood illnesses and protecting the health of children. View a new video about childhood vaccinations.
Those with weakened immune systems, including the elderly, young children, some organ-transplant patients, people with immune diseases such as AIDS, and those undergoing chemotherapy, are prone to norovirus infection. View a new video about norovirus.
Over 80% of Americans will experience some degree of lower back pain at least once in their lifetime, and OTC and prescription pain medications can provide some relief. View a video about chronic lower back pain.
U.S. Pharmacist is a monthly journal dedicated to providing the nation's pharmacists with up-to-date, authoritative,
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community pharmacy, hospitals, managed care systems, ambulatory care clinics, home care organizations,
long-term care facilities, industry and academia. The publication is also useful to pharmacy technicians, students,
other health professionals and individuals interested in health management. Pharmacists licensed in the U.S.
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