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Show 1250: Antimicrobial Resistant Infections Could Be the Next Pandemic

Overuse of drugs, especially for food production, has led to antimicrobial resistant infections. These could become a huge challenge.

Terry Graedon - October 23, 2023

Why We Care That Pharmacists Are Going on Strike

Dennis Miller, RPh - October 12, 2023

Here’s Why I’m Hoping Chain Store Pharmacists Undertake a National Walk-Out

Joe Graedon - September 14, 2023

Can You Trust Your Blood Pressure Measurements? Taking Accurate Readings Is Harder Than It Seems!

Dennis Miller, RPh - February 10, 2022

Shortage of Pharmacy Techs During Pandemic Can Have Deadly Consequences

Terry Graedon - December 10, 2020

Show 1239: How Can We Prevent Diagnostic Disasters?

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Dennis Miller, RPh - December 10, 2020

Can Chain Drugstores Handle the Deluge of COVID-19 Vaccinations?

Pressure on pharmacists may worsen when they struggle to administer lots of COVID-19 vaccinations despite chronic understaffing.

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Dennis Miller, RPh - September 17, 2020

18 Pharmacists Discuss Their Most Memorable Medication Mistakes

Have you ever gotten the wrong drug from the pharmacy? Here, pharmacists reveal their memorable medication mistakes.