Senate Committee To Tackle Patients' Pain Med ProblemsThe Legislature may have inadvertently made it harder for legitimate patients to get critical pain medications when it passed a 2011 law aimed at shutting down rogue clinics that branded the state as the "pill mill capital" of the country.
State Change Could Help Patients Get Pain MedicationsThe Florida Board of Pharmacy approved a rule change Wednesday aimed at training pharmacists to change their mindset about prescriptions for controlled substances.
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Report Suggests Trend In Prescription Drug Errors Filled By PharmacistsAnyone who has picked up a prescription knows a pharmacy counter can be a busy place that can sometimes lead to mistakes.
Powerful Antibiotic Could Be A Prescription For DangerThey are some of the most widely prescribed type of antibiotics. But instead of making patients better, many say they've never been sicker. The most popular among them is Levaquin. Tonight, CBS4's Chief Investigate reporter Michele Gillen reports that the FDA is being pushed to increase the warnings about how these drugs should be used.
Revamp Of State's Pharmacy Board In Works In an effort to increase representation for both smaller and larger pharmacies, the legislature is considering a bill that would change the composition of Florida’s Board of Pharmacy.
Judge Strikes Down Restrictions On Morning After PillA federal judge ruled Friday that the so-called “morning after pills” must be sold over the counter at pharmacies without any age restrictions.
Cops: Man Resealed Used Enema Kits, Returned Them To Store Police say the unsanitary, and extremely unorthodox, actions of a Jacksonville man may have put several people's health in danger.
Walmart Files Permit Seeking City's OK To Build Midtown Miami StoreDespite community objections, the Shops of Midtown Miami may soon be the site of a new 184,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter, creating hundreds of jobs.
Pharmacy Association Fights Medicaid RestrictionsThe Florida Pharmacy Association wants to make sure your pharmacy accepts your Medicare plans and satisfy's your children's medical needs.
Rare Eye Fungus Traced To Florida PharmacyFederal health officials are working to contain more than two dozen cases of a rare fungal eye infection across seven states, and they believe the problem stems from a Florida pharmacy recently in the spotlight for it’s role in the deaths of 21 elite polo horses in 2009.
Burglars Bust Through Drywall In West Miami Break-insTwo people are in police custody for allegedly burglarizing several businesses in West Miami.
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