According to a new study, the number of prescriptions written for opioids have stabilized in 2008.
According to a new study, doctors are still prescribing sedatives too often.
A coalition of more than 40 groups have expressed concerns over a new FDA approved pain killer.
Researchers reported that over 14 percent of American women are prescribed narcotic painkillers during pregnancy.
According to a new study, there was no evidence that suicide risk differed for two of the most commonly taken antidepressants.
Researchers reported that seniors with a past history of suicides continue to take the most painkillers.
Bacteria extracted from human poop are the main ingredients of pills that may help treat patients with intestinal infections.
Exercise may be the best medicine to beat disease, according to a new study.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that two-pill variants of the morning after pill can be sold over the counter while the government appeal is pending.
A pill of marijuana may be more effective than a puff in combating pain.
Researchers found that stimulating brain activities, such as Sudoku and crossword puzzles were effective in improving memory for people with minor cognitive impairments.