Archive, March 2015.

In 2008, Congress passed the Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Consumer Protection Act in response to concerns about people obtaining prescription medications via the Internet. The law is named after a teen who died from a prescription drug overdose—a drug he purchased online without seeing a physician.
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What happens after you are investigated by the Texas Medical Board and a disciplinary order is entered against you?
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Obtaining a dental license is the final step in a long process of education and training to enter the career of dentistry. A dental license application procedure can be daunting, and it is easy for applicants to encounter problems that result in delays or even the denial of a license to practice dentistry in Texas. Therefore, it is important to understand the reasons for delays and denials, and how to successfully avoid or overcome them.
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Psychologists who are licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists have worked hard to become licensed and to gain the trust of patients. Needless to say, it is extremely traumatic when a complaint is filed alleging a violation of state law or Board rules. What should a psychologist who is notified of a complaint expect?
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