U-Md. School of Pharmacy to provide training for medical marijuana | The Washington Post
"If you're going to be dispensing, let's make sure your staff is trained in best practices to do it safely and effectively," said Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, executive director of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy's Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions.
Deflategate 2.0: Big-spending Viagra and Cialis are pulling out of the NFL | Advertising Age
Viagra ads haven't aired since May 15, and tv executives expect the little blue pill won't return to airwaves anytime soon, a change that will stand out once football season gets going in September.
Safety, quality and clinical practice
Missouri bill targets ambulance calls to abortion clinics | Associated Press
Missouri Republicans are trying to make it illegal for abortion clinic staff to request ambulances without sirens or lights. The law would affect the Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, which is the only licensed abortion provider in the state.
Ransomware hits Cleveland Medical, affects data of 22,000 patients | Health Data Management
Tennessee-based Cleveland Medical Associates was the victim of a ransomware attack, which may have affected about 22,000 patients in April.
The most surprising health wearables trend of Q2 2017? | HIT Consultant
Sweat sensors for diagnostics are bringing in new investment.
In other news
Chuck Schumer vows to destroy "snortable chocolate" | Grub Street
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants the FDA to investigate snortable chocolate, a new product to hit the scene.