Welcome back, PharmDawgs! To kickstart this school year, the PharmCast crew is offering some successful tips about life in pharmacy school. In this episode, P3 Noah Gurr and P2 Chris

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Did you know that more than 30% of all pregnancies are unintended? To address this concern, Dr. Rebecca Stone, Clinical Associate Professor, joins PharmCast for the Community to discuss birth

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Are you committed to self care? Listen in as Dr. Henry Young, Chair of the Clinical and Pharmacy Department at UGA and an expert on health outcomes, talks with Dr. Tim Brown

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Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with an estimated 20% of the population developing the condition in their lifetime. This means approximately 9,500 people in

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Tune in as Dr. Eileen Kennedy, a pioneer in Parkinson’s research, discusses the symptoms and recent advances in managing the symptoms. This podcast is a must listen for those caring

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Interested in a residency or fellowship? We have exciting news! UGA PharmCast is bringing you a residency and fellowship series, your one stop shop for application procedure, poster presentations, and

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Did you know that more than 30% of all pregnancies are unintended? To address this concern and in recognition of Women’s Month in March, Dr. Rebecca Stone, Clinical Associate Professor,

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On this month’s episode of PharmCast for Community, Dr. Devin Lavender, Clinical Assistant Professor, educates us on heart failure and its impact on different populations of patients, specifically those who

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Are you attempting a Dry January? Set your resolutions for 2022 to watch your alcohol use? Tune in to PharmCast for the Community and listen to Dr. Randall Tackett, Professor

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On average, men in the U.S. live five years shorter than women. To increase awareness, November has been renamed “Movember” to shine a light on men’s cancer screenings and mental health

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