Abimbola Farinde, PharmD, MS is a clinical pharmacy specialist who has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field and practice of psychopharmacology,mental health, primary care. Her different clinical practice experiences that include working with jail inmates, veterans, active duty soldiers, individuals with mental impairments and developmental delays, and many more have allowed her to develop and enhance her skills over the years.
Abimbola contributes to Houston Style Magazine as a health writer.
With the growing awareness of the crisis of the opioid epidemic in our society, impactful measures are being implemented to curtail the growth of this phenomenon that has been linked to numerous overdoses, associated infections, and at unintentional deaths.
For as long as The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has been active there has always been a method of getting information out about the activities and ongoing events of this world-renowned show. Whether it has been through word of mouth, print, or online, the mission of the Rodeo continues to appeal to many Houstonians and non-Houstonians all over the world.
Within various cultures and groups all over the world people either tend to have an individualistic or collectivistic viewpoint when it comes to making decisions , judgments, and finding methods to solve their problems.
It is important for any person to possess those skills and qualities that are necessary to be recognized as an effective leader among his or her peers and followers. A charismatic and influential leader is able to employ
According to the International Labor Organization (1982), unemployment is defined as a process that occurs when individuals are without jobs even with an active pursuit of work with the past month or so. It is the responsibility of the Bureau of Labor Statistics to continuously report unemployment rates on a monthly basis.
According to the International Labor Organization (1982), unemployment is defined as a process that occurs when individuals are without jobs
The geriatric population is most commonly viewed as a vulnerable patient population that can succumb to a number of medical conditions or disease states. There has an observed increase in the prevalence of major social health problems among the geriatric population in developed countries.1 This observed growth can be largely attributed to increasing age which can also be associated with problems of disease and disability.
The number of Americans who are prescribed a specific type of medication continues to increase each year. According to a recent study published by the May Clinic it is estimated that nearly 70% of Americans are on at least on prescription drug
The incidence of heart disease continues to gradually increase at an alarming rate in America. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), heart disease is considered to be the number one killer of most Americans, and it is known to account for 33% of all deaths in Texas. It is estimated that approximately 50,000 Texans die from heart disease on an annual basis. It has been the mission of the American Heart Association and similar organizations that are strongly focused on heart health, to strive to reduce the risk of this devastating condition through the implementation of lifestyle interventions and bringing about awareness and education of risk factors that can contribute to the development of heart disease.