A panel of experts has released a comprehensive report detailing the ways in which the FDA should consider going about tackling the nation’s opioid crisis.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), a class of heartburn drugs, have been linked to an increased risk of early death by a recent study.
A new study shows that birth control pills containing ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel lower women’s quality of life.
A new chocolate-based cough syrup was so effective at suppressing coughs that some study participants were better in 48 hours.
Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell’s death was ruled a suicide, but his family says the anti-anxiety drug Ativan may have been involved.
A new study reveals that nearly 1/3 of drugs approved by the FDA from 2001-2012 had safety problems, some serious enough to warrant a”black box warning.
In North Dakota, voters passed a law legalizing medical cannabis on November, 2016 by a majority 64%, but lawmakers have been haggling over many details.
A doctor recently doubled the dose of a dangerous antidepressant Naikin Venant, 14, was taking when she live-streamed her suicide in January.
A Canadian study shows that many patients with gastrointestinal problems, mental health issues, and/or chronic pain choose cannabis over prescription drugs.
The daughter of singer Amy Grant donated one of her kidneys to her best friend January 24. The story is quite inspiring, right?
The maker of OxyContin is being sued by the town of Everett, Washington, which wants the company to pay for its massive opioid problem.
The DEA’s latest move has some pot advocates fearing the administration is trying to extend its authority over all cannabinoids.
Report shows the pharmaceutical industry is spending much less on research and development investments because they are no longer paying off.
Under the 21st Century Cures Act, the FDA would be able to approve new drugs even faster than they are approved now. However, expediting drug approvals has proven deadly in the past.
A new report suggests that too many children in foster care are unnecessarily taking psychotropic drugs, and many without adequate supervision.
A new study finds that states that have legalized marijuana may have a decline in the use of opioids amongst those under the age of 45.
In new recommendations, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies share their parents’ bedroom for at least 6 months.