People suffering from severe eczema can finally have their treatment. It does however, come with a huge price tag.
According to the National Pain Audit, costs associated with back pain account for roughly a fifth of the UK’s health expenditure. Up to four out of five British adults will experience back pain at some stage during their lifetime.
Crucial positive findings on Zafgen’s experimental obesity medication, beloranib, raises hopes on reversing FDA’s suspension of its drug approval bid following two deaths during the clinical trials.
‘Anger Management’ star Charlie Sheen revealed stopping his usual HIV meds after briefly seeking an alternative treatment in Mexico but came home with disappointing results.
Recently published study linked widely prescribed US drugs for heartburn like Nexium, Prilosec, and Prevacid to heightened risks of chronic kidney disease.
Babies exposed to certain asthma drugs in the womb have a slightly higher risk of autism, a new study is reporting.
Not enough Americas are treating their high cholesterol, the CDC reported.
Teenagers who take medications for ADHD were two times more likely to be bullied when compared to teens who did not have to take these drugs, a new study reported.
Seniors living in rural areas of the United States are more likely to die earlier than those living in urban areas, a new study reported.
Breast cancer patients' risk of recurrence have fallen from the 1980s to the early 2000s, a new study reported.
Two new studies have examined ways to improve medication adherence in teens and young adults.
According to a new study, certain pain relievers and drugs prescribed for arthritis can contribute to stroke death.
Sending out text reminders can effectively combat malaria, a new study reported.
A new study found that caregivers accidentally make a medication error for one kid every eight minutes.
When it comes to taking prescription drugs, it is important to be educated about the medications and what they do to your body.Here are 6 common mistakes that you could be making.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.