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Fighting that Itch!

October 28, 2014

by Lindsay Mailloux, PharmD Candidate We have all experienced it before. Whether it be a bug bite, a case of poison ivy, or the annoying t-shirt tag rubbing against your neck, you know what it feels like to have an itch. These cases usually have an easy solution—scratch your arm,... View Article

Can Diluted Bleach Reverse Skin Damage and Aging?

December 1, 2013

By Lauren Callahan, PharmD Student Cedarville University You need not watch television long before an advertisement for an anti-aging product appears on the screen. Commercials boast of expensive creams, moisturizers, and other topical agents that can effectively reverse signs of aging. However, in a comprehensive review of all anti-aging compounds,... View Article

Medical Mobile Apps Not Enough to Replace Face-to-Face Consultation

November 26, 2013

by Lauren Williams, PharmD student Today’s use of mobile technology heavily influences and expands the way we interact and communicate with others. Not only has it provided us new ways to interact with our friends and family, but it is currently expanding patient access to medical advice and opening the... View Article

Hand Sanitizer: Effective or Toxic?

November 23, 2013

by Joseph Newman, PharmD student Hand sanitizer is often used as a quick and convenient alternative to washing your hands. Whether it is a quick squirt after leaving the gym or the super market, or pulling it out after shaking lots of hands or coughing, it has become one of... View Article

Sunscreen: Are You Protecting Yourself Againist Aging Skin?

October 7, 2013

By Aaron Le Poire, PharmD Student Cedarville University We have often sought healthy and youthful complexions throughout history.  One way people have tried to prevent aging is by using creams and lotions to protect themselves from wrinkling and the damaging effects of the sun on the skin.1,2 Exposure to the harmful... View Article