03/16/2016 - 4:56pm

This year's flu season, while still relatively low, is showing no signs of abating, Bloomberg reported Friday. "While the number of Americans going to the doctor for flu-like symptoms has risen steadily for the past two months, accounting for 3.5% of visits for the week ended March 5, the rate remains well below seasonal peaks in recent years," Bloomberg reported. "It is still gaining, however. At a time when the flu is typically starting to dissipate, it is now accounting for more visits at this time of year than during the last four seasons, according to CDC data." (Bloomberg)


03/16/2016 - 4:22pm
Buyers attending ECRM’s Home Health Care EPPS event cast votes on product innovation and packaging, and the winning product was selected from approximately 20 entries. 
03/16/2016 - 3:09pm

One-third of the CHPA board of directors is elected annually. Manufacturer members are elected for three-year terms, and associate members are elected for two-year terms. 

03/16/2016 - 2:37pm

With Roche’s Accu-Chek Connect application customers can connect compatible devices with their Walgreens Balance Rewards account and start earning points.

03/16/2016 - 1:16pm

In partnership with Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, CVS Health Foundation has committed $5 million in grants over five years to nonprofit organizations that are committed to educating young people about the dangers of tobacco.

03/15/2016 - 1:00pm

During the evening, attendees were treated to presentations by Schiffer and Vitamin Angels’ board member and media personality, Sara Snow. 

03/15/2016 - 12:47pm

Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules are non-drowsy, drug and flavor-free. 

03/15/2016 - 12:37pm

IRI will work with Albertsons to facilitate collaboration between Albertsons Companies and its manufacturer partners to make better and faster decisions, founded in data and insights.

03/15/2016 - 12:12pm

Prepare for a sales boom within the intimacy health space, Laura Mahecha, Kline Group industry manager healthcare, shared with readers in a blog published Tuesday. "If marketers are successful in gaining FDA approval for Rx-to-OTC switches of prescription ED medications, this market is poised to see strong double-digit gains over the next few years," Mahecha wrote. "ED medications currently sold via prescription that could make the switch to OTC status include Cialis by Eli Lilly/Sanofi, Bayer's Levitra and Pfizer's Viagra." (Kline Group)