School of Pharmacy

Taking a medication as prescribed is critical to a drug's effectiveness.

You’ve seen movies about long nights of Las Vegas-style partying. Have you heard of the new cure?

The pain of losing a cousin who mixed methadone with alcohol inspired pharmacist Ryan Oftebro to turn his attention to preventing others from suffering the same fate.

The age-old joke about physicians’ bad handwriting is no laughing matter. An illegible prescription can have dire consequences.

Qingcheng Mao and Jashvant Unadkat, faculty members of the School of Pharmacy, recently learned that a 2005 article they published in the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Journal is one of the 10 most-cited artic

"If that mom is following all the rules of the narcotic treatment program, that baby has the best chance for having a stabilized pregnancy," says Micki Kedzierski, a pharmacist and consultant.

June 23, 2017

Artemisinin combination therapies (ACTs), medications widely used against malaria, are safe to administer to women in their first trimester of pregnancy, according to research published today.


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