Saturday, April 22, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day — when you can safely get rid of old or unused medications
Here’s why the lifesaving medication naloxone — commonly known by the brand name Narcan — should be in your medicine cabinet
The former president of the North American Menopause Society explains its new position statement on hormone therapy
Rogue online pharmacies frequently use social media platforms to reach potential customers
The Dietary Supplement You’re Taking Could Be Tainted With Prescription Medications and Dangerous Hidden Ingredients, According to a New Study
Tainted dietary supplements could lead to harmful drug interactions
Melatonin, a hormone released by the human pineal gland that helps regulate the sleep cycle, is sold as a dietary supplement
The concept of placebos – which are sometimes called “sugar pills” – has been around since the 1800s
Antimicrobial resistance is a growing public health threat. But both patients and providers can do something about it.
Cómo los proveedores de atención médica y los pacientes pueden limitar la propagación de la resistencia a los antimicrobianos
La resistencia a los antimicrobianos es una amenaza cada vez más grande para la salud pública. Sin embargo, los pacientes y los proveedores de atención médica pueden hacer algo al respecto.
U.S. testing capacity continues to be plagued by supply-chain bottlenecks, staffing shortages, intermittent spikes in demand and results that can take hours — or far longer
Dr. Chad Sanborn explains the threat behind superbugs and suggests what to ask your healthcare provider to help keep you and your family safe
More common antibiotic treatments are losing effectiveness against disease. Here's how patients and healthcare providers can act.