Trends in Controlled and Uncontrolled Hypertension

From 1999 to 2014, hypertension prevalence was unchanged but control of hypertension increased, according to the CDC.

Nonstimulant Therapy for ADHD

Although stimulants can be very effective and are the first choice for treating ADHD, they are not suitable for everyone; nonstimulant treatments can help reduce symptoms and improve functioning.

Heart Attack Harbinger?

Adding to an already rough influenza season, a Canadian study reveals that the flu may heighten the risk of a subsequent myocardial infarction.

A Review of the Opportunities and Shortcomings of Antibiotic Stewardship

Although the development of antimicrobial-stewardship programs has led to a decrease in the overuse of antibiotics, rates of antibiotic resistance continue to rise. 

Manifestations of Chronic Pain

In 2006, one in every four Americans experienced pain that exceeded 24 hours, and millions more had acute pain.

Community and Specialty Pharmacy at a Crossroads

Results of the latest Jobson Research-Pharm/alert Research survey identify a need to foster innovation within care delivery between specialty and community pharmacists.

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