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.
A Canadian study shows that many patients with gastrointestinal problems, mental health issues, and/or chronic pain choose cannabis over prescription drugs.
A new report suggests that too many children in foster care are unnecessarily taking psychotropic drugs, and many without adequate supervision.
A new study reveals that streams near Baltimore, Maryland, are heavily polluted with amphetamines, and it could devastate the entire stream ecosystem.
Research shows that honey and coffee may relieve persistent cough better than corticosteroids or other prescription medicines.
Researchers want to bring out the anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties of beer by creating the synthetic compounds that give it those properties.
As citizens suffer in China, it seems that drug prices are being slashed where it hurts – in Big Pharma’s collective wallet. Will the price gouging stop?
Kenneth Frazier, a chief executive of Merck, wants you to know why drug prices have gotten so out of hand. And we will tell you some real reasons.
Instead of locking up drug addicts, Gloucester, MA police department is helping addicts with rehabilitation while calling out Big Pharma.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals has been called the pharmaceutical Enron, so now the whole Big Pharma and biotech sector is crumbling even harder.
A competing pharmaceutical company has announced that it will start offering a generic version of the AIDS drug Daraprim for $1 per pill.
Researchers have developed an electronic capsule that can deliver medication directly to the colon, a development that could help treat multiple ailments.
Research warns that the long-term use of antipsychotic drugs, used to treat schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, may negatively impact brain structure.
Antipsychotic drugs are being prescribed to an ever-increasing number of adolescents and young adults, putting youngsters at risk.
There has been a spate of mainstream media articles revealing how medications found in the water are altering reproductive organs of fish. What about us?
The World Health Organization made it clear that researchers have an ethical mandate to publish all clinical trial results, regardless of their outcomes.
Two major Big Pharma companies will pay $48.5 million to settle a fraud dispute for paying doctors to give patients unnecessary blood tests.