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Jan 172014
 

Pharmacy Practice News
In a Crystal Ball for Pharmacy, Profound Change Is a Constant
Pharmacy Practice News
Contracting with a retail chain to manage hospital outpatient pharmacy services “can be the wrong thing to do from a patient care perspective,” according to Mark Eastham, BS, RPh, the senior vice president and general manager of McKesson's Pharmacy 

Jan 172014
 
Easton husband, wife facing charges they robbed Phillipsburg Pharmacy at
The Express Times – LehighValleyLive.com
A husband and wife from Easton already serving prison terms for holding up a Pennsylvania pharmacy now face robbery charges in Warren County. A grand jury indicted Gregory and Lindsey Dalrymple this week on one count of first-degree armed robbery, 

Jan 172014
 

Madison County Journal
Police: Bobo stabbed pharmacy tech with syringe, drank hydrogen peroxide
WLOX
A man arrested after an incident at the Walmart pharmacy in Ridgeland faces charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, and unarmed carjacking. He's accused of bizarre and violent behavior that includes stabbing a pharmacy tech with a needle and 
Pharmacy tech stabbed, attempted carjacking at Ridgeland WalmartJackson Clarion Ledger
Ridgeland pharmacy tech stabbed with syringeKnoe.com

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Jan 172014
 
Neighborhood Pharmacy transfers scripts to CVS
Lincoln Journal Star
Lincoln Neighborhood Pharmacy at 6811 O St. has closed its retail pharmacy and has transferred prescriptions to CVS. Customers complained to the Journal Star that the business closed and transferred prescription records to CVS with no notice or 

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Jan 172014
 

Overweight and obese adults who drink diet pop also tend to eat more calories each day from food, a finding that hints at how relying on diet beverages for weight loss could be a mistake.

Jan 172014
 

The latest evidence that artificially sweetened drinks may be making us hungrier? Heavier-set people who choose diet beverages are making up the calorie gap at meals and through snacks — especially sweet ones, researchers report.

Jan 172014
 

Health board gets its name wrong on signs

Jan 172014
 

National health expenditures for the first 11 months of 2013 were 4.0% above the same period in 2012. While trending up since April – preliminary spending data for November 2013 showed year over year growth of 4.5% – expenditure growth remains near the revised all-time low rate of 3.6% for 2011.

Jan 172014
 

Health Dialog and the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation today announced that they will end their exclusive commercial relationship regarding the sale of Shared Decision Making aids, effective January 1, 2014.