May 2018

New CE/CME: Nutrient Depletion

Most healthcare providers are aware of general drug safety and side effect concerns. But what about drug-induced nutrient depletions? In addition to corticosteroids and antiepileptics, which other drugs are most likely deplete nutrients from the body? When is it appropriate to recommend taking a supplement to counteract depletions? Get answers to these questions and much more in our new CE/CME.

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