Food–medicine interactions: what pharmacists should know

Although many medicines can be taken safely with food, some have the potential for clinically significant food–medicine interactions that may reduce or increase the medicine’s effect, potentially causing harm to patients.1 By Ann Winkle BPharm, BArts, AACP Learning Objectives After completing this activity, pharmacists should be able to: discuss important food–medicine interactions and their mechanism

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