Tag Archives: AUGUST

Pharmacy Fun Fact: August 7 – Pharmacy Times

There is evidence that Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde after being prescribed cocaine. What illness were they trying to treat? Answer: Pulmonary hemorrhages According to a JAMA article written in 1971, Stevenson was considered an invalid at the time that he wrote the novella, which has long been considered a metaphor… Read More »

Why allergies in august

Stings from five insects, and impaired hearing due to the lack of eustachian tube drainage. You’ll get tiny doses of allergens in the form of shots, pOLLINATOR The concept of the Pollinizer and the Pollinator is very bucolic. If your fall allergies include mold or fungi spores — more information about why we collect your… Read More »

First Edition: August 12, 2019

Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Kaiser Health News: To Save Money, American Patients And Surgeons Meet In Cancun Donna Ferguson awoke in the resort city of Cancun before sunrise on a sweltering Saturday in July. She wasn’t headed to the beach. Instead, she walked down a short hallway from her Sheraton… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for AUGUST 24, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

This week, we have some data from our National Pregnancy Registry of Psychiatric Medications looking at infants exposed to quetiapine (Seroquel).  Consistent with other studies we have seen recently, there appears to be no increase in risk of major malformations.  There is also an interesting paper from DiFlorio and colleagues which assesses risk for postpartum… Read More »