October 2016

Natural Medicines CE Program: Hyperlipidemia

Natural Medicines' new CE/CME program, Natural Medicines in the Clinical Management of Hyperlipidemia, is now available. This new Clinical Management Series CE/CME course is designed to help healthcare professionals  identify which natural medicines have evidence of effectiveness for lowering cholesterol, as well as describe the side effects, potential drug interactions, and safety concerns for using niacinfish oilred yeast rice, and many others to lower lipids. 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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