Over the last year, more and more people have reached out for help dealing with stress, anxiety or depression.
Twenty-eight percent of Americans report taking a prescription not covered by their insurance plan, according to survey results published Feb. 19.
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.
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.
Some doctors prescribed blood thinners with anti-inflammatory drugs, raising the risk of haemorrhaging, the study says.
New prescriptions of the antimalarial drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine shot up 80-fold year-over-year in March 2020.
President Donald Trump recently signed executive orders that he says will reduce drug prices by 50% “and even greater, in certain instances.”
Some veterans are across the country are making contingency plans in case they run out of medications before they arrive in the mail as U.S. Postal Service delays mount.