Part 2: Understanding Pharmacoeconomic Methodologies

This blog post is a sequel of my first post regarding Pharmacoeconomics that is entitled Part 1: Pharmacoeconomics and the types of medical costs Pharmacoeconomic Methodologies Tömöri (2015) introduced in his journal the different pharmacoeconomic methodologies and provided samples to determine and measure the relativity of the costs with the outcomes and benefits of medicines and…

Part 1: Pharmacoeconomics and the types of medical costs

Pharmaceutical industries are at a high point in competition to be the best in their race. As observed, medicines are nowadays getting more expensive. Although they have choices to choose from, we cannot deny that patients do not always choose generic medicines due to doubts if these could treat their disease conditions. Main reason is…

Dietary Management of Children with Special Cases

These slides were presented during my talk in a local government seminar. Resources and references were mostly local from the websites of the Department of Science and Technology, particularly Food and Nutrition Research Institute, and from international websites such as the World Health Organization.

Consumption of Artificially-sweetened Beverages in Pregnancy and its Risks

Consumption of Artificially-Sweetened Soft Drinks in Pregnancy and Risk of Child Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis This journal’s objective is to know the relationship of the consumption of artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy with child asthma and allergic rhinitis. It was concluded that consumption of carbonated artificially-sweetened soft drinks were linked to asthma and self-reported allergic…