Tag Archives: January

Operation Warp Speed sets ‘goal’ of 300 million coronavirus vaccines by January 2021

The Defense Department took pains Friday to emphasize that President Trump’s promise to produce 300 million coronavirus vaccines by January 2021 is a “goal,” while a spokesman also told the Washington Examiner that a shake-up of the Pentagon team acquiring medical equipment did not signify a change in direction. President Trump on Friday morning promised… Read More »

January 9: Friday Pharmacy Fun Fact – Pharmacy Times

Which state was the first to require licensure for pharmacists? Answer: Louisiana! Although licensure seems like a no-brainer now, no pharmacists were licensed until 1816, when Louis Dufilho Jr. became the first licensed pharmacist in the country.1 Louisiana passed the law in 1804, requiring a licensing examination for any pharmacist. Before that, anyone could compound… Read More »

How to Deal With January Crowds at the Gym

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Dear Readers, Happy New Year, runners! Even if you’re like me and prefer to run outside, for a lot of us, gyms… Read More »