Dr. Tammie Lee Demler

About: Dr. Tammie Lee Demler

Dr. Tammie Lee Demler received her BS in pharmacy in 1992, Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2002 and Masters of Business Administration in 2009 from the University of Buffalo. She is the Director of the ASHP accredited post-Doctoral psychiatric pharmacy residency for the New York State Office of Mental Health and is also the in charge of pharmacy services for the Buffalo Psychiatric Center facility within the New York State Office of Mental Health. Currently, Dr. Demler serves as Clinical Associate Professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Florida, St. John Fisher College and D'Youville College in Buffalo, NY. She received a gubernatorial appointment to the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles Medical Advisory Board and currently collaborates with the New York State Department of Health as an academic detailer/clinical pharmacist prescriber educator. Dr.Demler is past President of the Pharmacists' Society of the State of New York and President of the Pharmacists' Association of Western New York. She is board certified (BCPP) in psychiatric pharmacy practice.

Articles By Dr. Tammie Lee Demler

Consumer Health Digest
Oct04

Study Reveals: Overweight People Can be Diagnosed with Diabetes

When diagnosed with diabetes, patients are often told that losing weight is the best first step in improving control over their blood glucose. Research has also confirmed that patients who are overweight are more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes due to less efficient insulin action associated with heavier body weights. What can be even more discouraging to people with diabetes is that some medication can actually increase weight...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct03

Many parents are inquiring about the Gardisil

Whether you are a vaccine advocate, opponent or someone with an opinion somewhere in between, there is no doubt that the science behind inoculation is moving forward FAST! Illnesses, such as influenza, that in the past could kill entire communities are now controlled with widespread vaccination campaigns. Other disease causing viruses, such as herpes zoster (which causes shingles) and the Human Papillomavirus (which causes sexually...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jul14

Is Sunscreen Really Toxic? These Studies Might Shock You

By now everyone knows that too much sun can have harmful effects on the skin. Painful sunburn, accelerated aging and wrinkles, and even skin cancer1. And while no amount of sun exposure can be considered 100% safe, getting some sun may improve our mood as well as increase our vitamin D levels. The major source of these harmful effects is the ultraviolet (UV) light emitted by the sun2. Sun Protection from these damaging effects is...

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Consumer Health Digest
Mar07

Depression and COPD – Is There Really Any Connection?

The link between physical and mental health has become increasingly strong and is now widely recognized as a factor we should consider in delivering health care. There are many medical conditions that worsen mental health conditions and, conversely, many mental health disorders that complicate the management of medical illness. One of the medical conditions that impact many Americans who smoke, or who have smoked, is Chronic...

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