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  1. June 11, 2024

    Revelation Pharma Announces PCAB Accreditation for Georgia-based Innovation Compounding

    Well-earned accolade is a testament to the pharmacy’s outstanding commitment to delivering the best of the best in healthcare

    Revelation Pharma, a national network of 503A and 503B compounding pharmacies dedicated to providing “industry best” patient care and solutions, today announced that Georgia-based Innovation Compounding has officially received Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) accreditation through the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). This accreditation is a clear indicator of the pharmacy’s steadfast commitment to delivering the highest quality healthcare services and patient care.

    PCAB accreditation is achieved by meeting intensive requirements, including submitting documented proof that meets PCAB/ACHC quality standards, allowing policies and procedures to be available for review

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  2. June 09, 2024

    A spoonful of AF-353 helps the medicine go down

    If you’re reading this, you probably know that your compounding pharmacist can sometimes work miracles with meds for kids, adding flavors or even turning a liquid into a lollipop.

    But some medication is so bitter — and some people are so sensitive to tastes — that a spoonful of sugar ain’t gonna help it go down. Adults can (usually) buck up and swallow, but try convincing a five-year-old how important it is to take his Augmentin.

    To the rescue are the researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philly. Despite living in Eagles territory, they actually have something useful to contribute to society: They’ve identified “the first temporary, universal taste blocker.”

    “Remarkably, and unlike our experience with blockers of bitter taste receptors,

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  3. June 09, 2024

    Your meds might make you heat-sensitive

    Did you know that hot weather doesn’t mix with some medications? If you take antidepressants, stimulants (for, say, ADHD), diuretics (for high blood pressure), anticholinergics, beta blockers (for heart issues), you might find some unexpected side effects during the summer.

    Some of them make it harder for your body to regulate its temperature, raising your risk of heat exhaustion — often by reducing your ability to sweat properly. Others, including some antibiotics, can make you more sensitive to the sun.

    Don’t risk exhaustion, heat stroke, or even serious sunburn. Find out if the meds you take might require a few extra precautions.

    The good news is that you don’t need to wait (and pay) for a doctor’s appointment to find out if you might be affected. Just ask your pharmacist. They’re

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  4. May 13, 2024

    Taking an Integrative Approach to PCOS Management: A Guide for Healthcare Practitioners

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a complex endocrine disorder that affects women of reproductive age worldwide. As healthcare practitioners, it is essential to adopt a holistic and integrative approach to the management of PCOS to address its multifaceted nature. In this blog, we will explore the principles of integrative medicine and provide practical strategies for treating PCOS from a comprehensive perspective.

    PCOS is not just about reproductive or hormonal issues; it involves a combination of metabolic, hormonal, and psychological factors. Integrative medicine views the body as a whole system, recognizing the interconnectedness of various physiological functions. By treating the underlying imbalances and supporting overall health, we can better manage PCOS and improve patients' quality of life.

    Integrative Treatment Approaches

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