Pharmacy & Biological SciencesCategory
Coworkers and patients can offer a source of camaraderie and humor, if we only focus on finding it.
How did an educated, elderly engineer wind up with a heroin habit?
The bill, approved by a House committee last week, would eliminate long-standing genetic privacy protections from workplace wellness programs.
A new study found that Big Pharma makes more from high U.S. drug prices than it spends on research around the world.
The artificial blood being developed in Dr. Allan Doctor’s lab could be freeze-dried into a powder and then mixed with sterile water when needed.
The rapid development of medical technology affects every aspect of medicine and healthcare—even pharmacies are not immune.
The latest statistics come as authorities in several parts of the United States grapple with opioid and heroin crises.
The challenge is figuring out how to get more minorities into the field.
There are few new drugs on the horizon for diabetes, which affects about 29 million Americans.
Enormous technological changes are heading our way and they will transform pharma.