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Five Things You Need to Know about Generics

There are at least two types of medicines in the market. These are the original branded medicines and their generic equivalents. As healthcare practitioners, it is up to you to prescribe generic medications to your patients. Yet, the elephant in … Continue reading

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6 Things to Remember When Using Injectables

Do you constantly use injectables and Over-the-Counter products in Lexington, North Carolina? For those of you who take injectables, we have suggestions that can help you out: Bring the medication to room temperature. In most cases, injectable medications are to … Continue reading

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3 Common Questions About OTC Meds, Answered!

There are a lot of FDA approved generic medications in the market. Question is: are you using them the right way? Just like other medications, OTC (Over-the-counter) meds need to be taken with care. If not, they can also bring … Continue reading

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Checklist: Asking about Medicine Interaction

As a pharmaceutical wholesaler in North Carolina, we also aim to distribute medications that are not only affordable, but also effective for your patient’s condition. However, we also recognize that there are situations and factors that can result in negative … Continue reading

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The OTC Medicine Label: What You Must Know

Whether you’re operating a start-up pharmacy or working in a healthcare facility, helping clients understand their medications is vital to their recovery. Your healthcare knowledge is crucial to how a patient or their care provider is able to adhere to … Continue reading

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