November 2018

NEW CE/CME: Drug-Supplement Interactions

Between 36% to 70% of adults in North America use at least one form of dietary supplement or alternative treatment. Most people use supplements in addition to, not in place of, conventional drugs. Take our new course on Drug-Supplement interactions to learn how to use drug-supplement interaction data to appropriately counsel your patients.

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