Chronic bronchitis is a common disease process that can lead to debilitating lung function and an increase in mortality.
Xerostomia in Primary Care
Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth, is a relatively common condition that can present acutely or chronically and has a variety of different causes.
Patients with seasonal allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis or hay fever, routinely come to convenient care clinics seeking resolution of symptoms.
The leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States is the use of tobacco.
The Nurse Practitioner's Guide to Recertification
Is your nurse practitioner certification expiring soon?
Provider of the Month: Leeanna Harding, MS, PA-C
Leeanna Harding, MS, PA-C, has been recognized both by her patients and her peers for the distinguished care she has provided throughout her tenure as a physician assistant for MinuteClinic.
Written Asthma Action Plan
The National Health Interview Survey in 2014 estimated that 17.7 million adults and 6.3 million children had asthma.
Pneumococcal Vaccination: Vaccinating Adults in Pharmacy and Retail Health Clinics
Pneumonia is a serious public-health issue both in the United States and globally.
Rx Product Updates (April 2017)
Read about the new Rx products featured in April 2017.
The Next Pandemic: Ready or Not?
As we emerge from peak flu season, this yearâ€™s challenges highlight the importance of vaccination and pharmacistsâ€™ contribution to it.
Health Care Innovations Continue Despite Uncertain Times
As we head into spring 2017, we no doubt face an interesting time for health care in our country.
OTC Product Updates (April 2017)
Read about the new OTC products featured in April 2017.
NanoBio Awarded Grant for Development of Genital Herpes Vaccine
NanoBio Corporation was awarded a 2-year phase 2 Small Business Research Innovation (SBRI) grant for the development of an intranasal nanoemulsion (NE) adjuvant vaccine for genital herpes prevention.
COPD in the Retail Clinic
When retail health care providers see COPD patients, they should monitor comorbidities, refer patients when problems arise, and adjust medication when current treatment appears to be failing.
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