The Role of Supplements in Diabetes Management

Patients with this disease are more likely to use dietary supplements, with a subset of people preferring “natural” therapies to evidence-based prescriptions.

Prevalence of Infertility and Its Treatment Among Women

Fewer than 50% of women who could benefit from medical/behavioral services related to infertility receive such services.

Women’s Reproductive Health and the Right to Not Dispense

The states have varying regulatory approaches, so pharmacists should review pharmacy-practice acts and other statutes and regulations for their state.

Emergency Contraception: What Pharmacists Need to Know

Emergency contraception, also referred to as the morning-after pill, has been used to prevent unintended pregnancies since the 1960s.

Considerations in the Approach to Appropriate Statin Selection

With a variety of generic options on the market and strong evidence backing their use, statins are some of the most widely prescribed medications in the world.

Naltrexone for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder in the Primary Care Setting

The use of naltrexone in primary care settings has the potential to decrease morbidity and improve outcomes in patients with alcohol use disorder.

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