There are a number of factors that contribute to patients’ fear and reluctance to take osteoporosis drugs, leaving them at increased risk of fractures.
Research suggests no substantive outcome differences between the use of originator biologics and their biosimilar counterparts Source: Shutterstock.com
Caution is required when prescribing or dispensing long-acting beta agonists to manage airways diseases, such as asthma.
Since the dawn of hormonal replacement therapy — now known as menopausal hormone therapy — there have been conflicting reports about its risks and safety. A thorough examination of the evidence suggests it can be used safely in menopausal women.
Approval of the first over-the-counter topical retinoid in the United States is a welcome move and should be replicated in other countries.