Hotel Influenza

Hotel Influenza

Hotel Influenza If you’re looking for a last-minute getaway, look no further. This hotel has everything you could need: plush beds, private bathrooms, television and internet, a scenic view of St. Louis Missouri, and intentional exposure to the influenza virus. St....

5 Minutes With a Pharmacist Episode 1: Pete Kreckel

5 Minutes With a Pharmacist Episode 1: Pete Kreckel

5 Minutes With a Pharmacist Episode 1: Pete Kreckel In freeCE’s first episode of 5 Minutes With a Pharmacist, pharmacist Kevin Hope interviews Professor Pete Kreckel, one of two community pharmacists in Pennsylvania. Pete shares his pharmaceutical background and...

The Tomato: History of a Misunderstood Fruit

The Tomato: History of a Misunderstood Fruit

The Tomato: History of a Misunderstood Fruit The earliest records of people eating tomatoes came from the Aztec empire as early as 700 AD. The fruit, called “tomatl,” faded in and out of the history books until about 1590, when it was grown in Britain. The tomato made...

A Terrifying House Call

A Terrifying House Call

A Terrifying House Call Historically, before science could uncover the reason that a disease ravaged the human body, people would first turn to faith and superstition. Few occasions better illustrate the relationship between sickness and superstition on a grand scale...

Illinois Pharmacists

Illinois Pharmacists

Illinois Pharmacists Have you ever found yourself fantasizing at the pharmacy about what it would be like to have a break from work? To sit and finish a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in peace and quiet before heading back out to your responsibilities? This could be...