Advantages of Purchasing from a Pharmaceutical Wholesaler

Drugs are fast moving products because each and every day, people fall sick and create more and more demand for them. It is recommended that one takes time before deciding on where to buy drugs because with their high demand, some places or sellers are bound to sell...

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Prescription Drugs Vs. OTCs: What’s the Difference?

Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications each have their place in improving the health and wellness of patients throughout the world. Understanding the difference between OTCs and prescription medications in the U.S. market can help patients, at their local...

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Six Autoimmune Diseases Dependent on Prescription Meds

Autoimmune diseases affect more than 23.5 million people in the U.S.,1 and millions more worldwide, causing significant suffering and disruption of daily life among those coping with these conditions. Fortunately, many of the most common autoimmune diseases respond...

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Off-Label Drug Use: What It Is and Why Doctors Should Care

Ever prescribe beta-blockers for migraines? Antidepressants for pain? Or antipsychotic medications for dementia? If so, then you know what “off-label” use means—prescribing an FDA-approved drug for a non-approved reason1 or in a non-approved way. It may sound sneaky,...

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Understanding the Controlled Substances Act of 1970: Part II

The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) governs the sale and possession of both illegal and FDA-approved drugs. In part I, we discussed the basics of the law. In this second installment, we’ll delve deeper into why and how the federal government monitors and controls the...

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Understanding the Controlled Substances Act of 1970: Part I

The Controlled Substances Act (CSA)1 serves a simple purpose: to identify and regulate the use of dangerous or habit-forming drugs. Enacted by the federal government in 1970, the law divides all regulated drugs into classes, or “schedules.” The CSA covers everything...

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The Most Miraculous Drugs Ever Produced: Part II

We continue our celebration of the most miraculous drugs ever produced. These treatments, invented by medical researchers, manufactured by pharmaceutical companies, and made available by pharmaceutical distributors, have saved countless lives and provided untold...

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