Pharmacists prefer oral rehydration solutions that contain electrolytes and low sugar, according to a survey released by DripDrop Thursday.
In a sign that retailer efforts to enhance customer service may be working, few consumers report having a bad experience with a retailer in the past six months.
In 10 years, the percentage of opioid analgesic users who used an opioid analgesic stronger than morphine increased from 17% to 37%, NCHS reported Wednesday.
Researchers found that switching glaucoma patients to a generic prostaglandin analogue improved adherence.
Feeding peanut-containing snacks to infants has been found to prevent peanut allergies from developing in children.
An Australian study found that two-thirds of smokers will die from their habit, which is significantly up from the prevailing theory that half of all smokers die from their habit.
More seniors would use technology to monitor their heart health if recommended to do so by their doctors.
Acura Pharmaceuticals on Monday announced the initiation of treatment in a pilot clinical study of two experimental formulations of Nexafed (pseudoephedrine HCl) extended-release tablets.
In a series of special reports, Drug Store News looks at some of the top trends impacting pharmacy in this pivotal year for the nation’s health system.
As many as 53% of consumers feel it's not so easy to understand their personal health information.