COVID-19 Scams: Not Even Masks Can Protect Us From This Danger

Scammers always prey on the vulnerable. And, with the pandemic looming large, a lot of people are vulnerable right now.

Your Wellness

Clinically Speaking: What Are Biosimilars?

Biosimilars are more affordable than the drugs they're modeled after — and they work just as well. Could they be an option for you?

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Coming Soon to a Pharmacy Near You: Biosimilars

Biosimilars can provide a more accessible — yet equally effective — alternative to expensive prescription medications

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Women Need Biosimilars

There are more affordable medicines than what's on the market — but most of us can't access them

Policy

Counterfeit Medicines Kill People

Over 1 million people die each year from fake drugs. COVID-19 has made it even worse.

Policy

The Global Threat of Superbugs

Overuse and misuse of antibiotics has created drug-resistant infections

Science and Technology

The Biden Administration Needs to Wage War Against Antimicrobial Resistance Starting on Day One

Policymakers must act now to prevent a post-antibiotic era from becoming our dystopian future

Policy

Why the FDA Is Warning Pregnant Women Not to Use Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers

Here's what you need to know about the new warning against nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs after 20 weeks of pregnancy

Pregnancy & Postpartum

What’s in Your Medicine May Surprise You – a Call for Greater Transparency About Inactive Ingredients

The ingredients listed on the bottle only tell half the story. Here's what you need to know.

Medication Safety

Older Americans Are Risking Coronavirus Exposure to Get Their Medications

Are you worried about an elderly parent who needs medications? Here are some tips and information.

Your Health

Natural Supplements Can Be Dangerously Contaminated, or Not Even Have the Specified Ingredients

Are dietary supplements safe and effective? This professor of pharmacy explains what consumers should consider.

Nutrition & Movement

Importation of Prescription Drugs—Soothing Salve or Irritating Lotion?

Importation of prescription drugs to lower costs is being proposed by the Trump Administration using demonstration projects and other pathways. Safety concerns and monitoring have yet to be addressed, but it could be human experimentation without informed

Your Care

Taking Prilosec or Other Potent Acid Blocker? Who Should Reconsider and How to Stop

Potent acid blockers (called proton pump inhibitors) work well to block stomach acid, but generally they're intended to treat short episodes of heartburn or reflux. There are risks to long-term use.

Menopause & Aging Well

CBD Here, There, Everywhere! CBD and Women's Health

Products with CBD (cannabidiol) are being widely sold, but there are unknown risks to the health of women, breast-feeding infants, or a developing fetus.

Your Care