A new survey found that the majority of doctors and patients embrace the use of technology in medicine.
A Chinese court has fined GlaxoSmithKline $485 million for bribing hospitals and doctors to use its products.
According to researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine, re-examining roughly one-third of the available randomized clinical trials resulted in very different results.
Breastfeeding mothers don't need to worry about using antiepileptic drugs. New research reveals that children breastfed by mothers on AED therapy showed no negative effects at six years of age.
Researchers are reportedly developing a better delivery method by encapsulating the drugs in nanoballoons. Nanoballons are the tiny modified liposomes that upon being struck by a red laser pop open and deliver the concentrated dose of medicine.
Chimerix has decided to provide its experimental antiviral drug to an ailing seven-year-old boy.
A new study found that identifying patients' personalities could be the key in promoting preventive care.
Proteus Digital Health has decided to open its first international manufacturing location in the United Kingdom.
A new study found that asthma could extend a woman's waiting time before getting pregnant.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, October 26, 2013. Sites all around the United States are offering services in which you can safely dispose of expired or unused prescription medications.
WHO announced that in 2012, nearly three million TB cases were left undiagnosed or unreported.
A new report stressed the importance of acquiring penicillin to treat rheumatic fever in certain regions of the world.
Researchers report that diabetic people with depression might be at a greater risk of mental decline.
A Texas based compounding pharmacy has voluntarily recalled all of its sterile products after 15 Texans fell ill.
The Smart Pill Bottles that can tell patients when to take medicine and remind them if they forget a dose will enter a trial run to test the effectiveness of the product in promoting medicine compliance.
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.