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  • What makes a drug unique? This article discusses the first four characteristics of a drug: molecular weight and size, stereoisomer, structure-activity relationship, and ionization constant.

    Characteristics of Drugs: Part 1

    Characteristics of Drugs: Part 1

    by Oyon B0

  • How does nursing staff ratios affect patient care? How are ratios affected by nursing leadership as compared to nursing management?

    Nursing Staff Ratios

    Nursing Staff Ratios

    by Vince0

  • What standards must contact lenses meet? What are the standards for testing contact lenses and contact lens products?

    Standards for Contact Lenses

    Standards for Contact Lenses

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Have you ever been to an emergency room where you spent the better part of your day either in the waiting room or lying on an uncomfortable bed on wheels, desperately wondering when someone was going to tell you what it is that is wrong with...

    Why You Wait 6 Hours in an Emergency Room

    Why You Wait 6 Hours in an Emergency Room

    by coryann39

  • Follow tricyclic antidepressants as they enter your body. Get a better understanding of the pharmacological effects as well as their sides effects.

    The Course of Tricyclic Antidepressants

    The Course of Tricyclic Antidepressants

    by Kristina0

  • Do you know why it's important to periodically count the pills you get at the pharmacy? A home quality check ensures that you're getting what you paid for and that you won't run out of medicine early.

    Counting Your Pills at the Pharmacy Can Pay Off

    Counting Your Pills at the Pharmacy Can Pay Off

    by Laura Schneider6

  • Ever wonder how your medications are filled at your pharmacy? Curious about why your prescription is not filled as fast as you would like? This article contains some answers.

    How Are Medications Filled in a Pharmacy?

    How Are Medications Filled in a Pharmacy?

    by TDAPharm0

  • Black History Month is February 2017. I would like to start it all off by celebrating Dr. Richard Hughes, an African American, board-certified pathologist. A "doctor's doctor."

    Dr. Richard Hughes: Board-Certified Pathologist

    Dr. Richard Hughes: Board-Certified Pathologist

    by Dr Freddie Haddox0

  • Thinking about a career in nursing? This article describes the basics of how to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Discusses salary information, job outlook, training, and licensing.

    How to Become a Licensed Practical Nurse

    How to Become a Licensed Practical Nurse

    by Caitlin Goodwin3

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