November 2016

Natural Medicines CE Program: Allergic Rhinitis

Natural Medicines' new CE/CME program, Natural Medicines in the Clinical Management of Allergic Rhinitis, is now available. This new Clinical Management course is designed to help healthcare providers understand the evidence for natural medicines commonly used for  allergic rhinitis such as grape seed extractbifidobacteria, andvitamin C. It will also describe adverse effects related to products such as bitter orangeand explain why some natural medicines such as echinaceamilk thistle, and butterbur might worsen symptoms in some patients. Courses are accredited for pharmacists, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and registered dietitians.

To take and receive credit for this new course or many others, please visit Natural Medicines Clinical Management Series.

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