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Study Finds Link Between Antidepressant Use and Type 2 Diabetes in Youth

October 20, 2017

Current use of serotonin reuptake inhibitors among children and adolescents was associated with a nearly two-fold increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Student Pharmacists Participate in City-Wide Homeless Outreach Initiative

October 1, 2015

Project Homeless Connect helped more than 2,000 individuals experiencing homelessness in Baltimore receive an array of health care and social services.

SOP Partners with PhRMA to Publish New Medication Adherence Chartbook

March 4, 2014

Improper use of and non-adherence to evidence-based medications remain leading causes of poor outcomes and increased health care costs for many Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes, heart failure, and COPD.

Local Students Celebrate Healthy Halloween at the School of Pharmacy

October 31, 2013

SOP’s student organizations engage children and chaperones in a wide range of diabetes education and prevention activities.

New Case Study Shows Maryland P3 Program Can Improve Employee Productivity

May 23, 2013

Employees at Chesapeake Public Schools experience decreased health care costs and improved productivity through participation in program’s diabetes management services.

Study of Outcomes From Medicare PartD Can’t Explain North-South Disparities

January 10, 2013

Heart failure and diabetes patients in the north paid more, adhered more to use of Part D drugs in first two years of the Medicare option, says School of Pharmacy professor.