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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

St. Louis College of Pharmacy


Affiliations

St. Louis Regional Health Commission

Services Advisory Board Member


Education

Pharm.D.


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Saint Louis Regional Health Commission | About | Provider Services Advisory

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Ellen RhinardSt. Louis College of PharmacyEllen Rhinard, Pharm.D., BCPSSt. Louis College of Pharmacy


Unexpected sunburn? The problem might be with your medicine - TanToday - Where Smart Salon Owners Go!

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Sun sensitivity is one of them, said Dr. Ellen Rhinard, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.If you're a person who burns easily anyway, ask your doctor and pharmacist about any medication you want to take.Also, over-the-counter drugs may not offer information about rare side effects, so it's good to ask a pharmacist before taking a new drug, she said.


STLtoday - Life & Style - Health & Fitness

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"I'm not a big fan of megadoses," says Ellen Rhinard, assistant professor at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.She advocates getting nutrients from food and a multivitamin. For example, some years ago people took vitamin E in enormous doses as an antioxidant.Then research found that in megadoses it could cause heart problems and a greater incidence of cancer, especially in smokers and people with diabetes."In some cases it can be harmful," Rhinard says.


NMA 2005 Conference Attendees

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Ellen E. RhinardSt. Louis College of Pharmacy4588 Parkview Pl.St. Louis, MO


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