Combination of two medications with parent training could help improve anger, irritability and violent tendencies in children, according to a new study.
A new study found that where people live can greatly influence the types of weight loss methods they try.
A new study reported that taking antidepressants during the first trimester of pregnancy did not harm a fetus' heart.
Acute treatment with CBT and/or medication for anxiety disorders had a lasting effect on young patients, a new study reported.
The FDA stated that medications made in India increase American consumers' risk of illnesses due to poor quality.
A new study found that using fever-reducing medications could spread the flu virus to others.
Roughly 40 percent of autistic children receive alternative medications, a new study reported.
Green tea has been touted for its ability to lower blood pressure, but new research reveals that the beverage can also make hypertension drugs less effective.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the drug dapagliflozin that helps in improving glycemic control in patients with Type 2 diabetes. The drug is the second of a new class of medications and will be marketed under the name Farxiga.
New guidelines recommend doctors to prescribe hypertensive medications for seniors over the age of 60 once their reading reaches or passes 150/90.
The FDA announced that some ADHD medications can cause prolonged erections.
Two Harvard doctors stated that the new calculator that was created to estimate people's heart disease risk is flawed.
Researchers reported that a new class of drugs could be effective in lowering "bad" cholesterol.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America ranked the city of Wichita in Kansas as the fall allergy capital of America.
Researchers report that smoking is still under-treated by physicians in comparison to other chronic illnesses.