[ad_1] 2021 has been an exciting year for cannabis nationwide, but in Missouri, 2021 has been the first full year open for business for the state’s medical marijuana industry. With more opportunity and expansion, operators and brands are getting bigger than ever. In this spirit, Greenway has compiled a list …Read More »
GadCapital: The best healthcare exchange-traded funds (ETFs) include leading biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical funds.
It’s a simple method to invest in the healthcare market without having to undertake all the effort of evaluating specific firms if you’re interested in doing so. A healthcare ETF allows you to invest in a wide range of companies in the sector, as well as the ability to break …Read More »
Plastic Medicine Bottles Market | Analysis, Brands, Production Growth, Benefits and Overview by Major Manufacturers 2031
[ad_1] Plastic medicine bottles are rigid packaging solutions specifically used for liquid and solid medicine packaging. Using plastic materials for manufacturing plastic medicine bottles is the main way to ensure that the packaging solution is fit for purpose. Plastic medicine bottles are used to package medical products in a way …Read More »
Leonard Rosen, Fairfax OB-GYN, convicted of prescription fraud.
[ad_1] But last year he abruptly retired and closed his practice – months before admitting in federal court in Alexandria that he had participated in a fraudulent scheme by prescribing expensive scar creams in exchange for bribes – de-wine. He earned around $100,000 in bribes. Rosen also billed some patients …Read More »
Florida oncologist charged with prescription and insurance fraud
[ad_1] A prominent Florida oncologist was arrested last month and some in the medical community are puzzled. Michael Dattoli, MD, radiation oncologist and chief medical officer at Dattoli Cancer Center in Sarasota, Fla., Has been charged with prescription and insurance fraud, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. The charges …Read More »
Local pharmacists fill Rx void as big brands pull out of rural areas
[ad_1] Bill Mather, a pharmacist in the small town of Greenfield, Iowa, wanted to make sure his neighbors could fill their prescriptions without traveling long distances or incurring long wait times. So when drugstore chains and big-box stores began to expand into rural markets, he sold his drugstore in 2007 …Read More »
The local store sells a variety of herbal medicine products | Business
[ad_1] Akasha’s Treasures, located at 1408 Edgefield Street in Killeen, sells all kinds of things such as herbs, herbal teas, bath products, and even spices for everyday use. “I opened my business in this area in 2006,” said owner Charletha Johns. “The location I have now has been open for …Read More »