The FDA announced that sleeping drugs, Ambien, Ambien CR, and Edluar have all changed their labels to recommend lower dosages.
A national poll found that 40 percent of parents give children under four-years-old cough syrup and medications that have not been found to be safe for young toddlers.
A new survey found that when it comes to vaccinations for young children, parents tend to listen to their friends and families before their doctors.
Many doctors prescribe drugs even after drug company reps fail to provide little or no information about the harmful side effects, a process known as "detailing."
A research team from the University of Missouri reported that a new radiation therapy used on cancer-stricken mice produced no harmful side effects while effectively putting the cancer in remission.
Study confirms antidepressant Cymbalta can be effective in relieving chemo-related pain for some cancer patients.
A drug in an early trial promises good results in treating hepatitis C.
In the largest study ever done on the effects of antiepileptic drugs, researchers found that children exposed to Valproate in-utero have a lower IQ at the age of 6.
Mutual Pharmaceutical Co, Inc.is asking the Supreme Court to overturn the New Hampshire court ruling that holds the company liable for its generic drugs.