Some widely available hand sanitizers that American consumers snapped up last year to ward off coronavirus infection contain high levels of a chemical known to cause cancer, a testing firm’s analysis found.
Twenty-eight percent of Americans report taking a prescription not covered by their insurance plan, according to survey results published Feb. 19.
Moderna is upping the minimum number of doses it expects to make to 600 million, the company said Monday.
Consumer Reports has some advice on how to get the #medicine you need at an affordable price.
The use of antipsychotics in young children is declining but doctors continue to prescribe these #medications off-label for conditions not approved by the FDA and without the #psychiatric consultation.
Amazon is entering the #pharmacy business with a new offering called #Amazon Pharmacy, allowing customers in the United States to order prescription #medications for home delivery.
So-called “green prescriptions” may end up being counterproductive for people with #mentalhealth conditions, researchers say.
Metformin, a #medication to treat type 2 diabetes, is facing a recall over concerns it has been contaminated with a possible #cancer-causing substance.
It’s safe to say that COVID-19, the country’s worst public #health crisis in a generation, was the single most important issue in the 2020 #Presidential race.
The U.S. FDA announced today in a #Drug Safety Communication that it is requiring labeling changes for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).