Pharmacy never changes in the final part of our “Best of the 70s” series.
A new study shows that only a third of children suffering allergic reactions receive epinephrine immediately.
The FDA has already approved 24 new drugs in 2017. Here's what you need to know about the latest 5.
The drugs might change, but the people never do. Part 2 of our best of the 70s series.
An investigation into Actemra (tocilizumab) has uncovered hundreds of serious adverse drug events, but the drug's labeling has not been changed.
A new study looks at how pharmacists can prevent medication-related admissions.
The agency is trying to deliver on its goal of a 90-day response time.
From a 1970s column, “silly syndrome,” the best customer stories of the decade.
A new BCBS study finds that 21% of insured members filled at least one opioid script in 2015.
After anti-trust woes, the acquisition is thrown out and Walgreens buys over 2,000 stores.