Consult Your Pharmacist

  • Women and Oral Health Sex hormones affect females starting from puberty, peaking in pregnancy, and persisting up to and even after menopause.
  • Treating Sports Injuries Playing a sport is a great way to keep physically fit, but it can sometimes lead to injury.
  • Treating Congestion in Children's Summer Colds Colds and associated problems require more pharmacist nonprescription counseling time than any other minor condition.
  • Minimizing the Dangers of Sun Exposure Paradoxically, sunscreens may worsen the epidemic of sun-aged skin by giving patients a false sense of security.
  • Self-Treatment of Burns Pharmacists should be prepared to do a burn assessment and to understand with certainty which burns can be self-treated.
  • Self-Treatment of Minor Foot Problems Review treatments for minor foot conditions such as blisters, corns, calluses, and ingrown toenails.
  • Eradicating Measles by Effective Vaccination Several million children and adolescents in the US fail to receive the full range of recommended vaccines.