King Bio Expands Recall To All Water-Based Meds For Kids And AdultsIn a statement on the company's website on Aug. 27, King Bio announced that over 50 products were being voluntarily recalled over concerns of "water-purity issues."
EpiPen Shortage Creating Stress For Parents Ahead Of Back To SchoolParents of children with severe allergies are scrambling to find epinephrine injectors, potentially life-saving medication, as the start of school draws near.
Heat, Dust Can Create Double Trouble For HealthAntihistamines can decrease the body's ability to stay hydrated and respond to heat.
Pfizer Reorganizes To Handle Aging Consumers And PatentsPfizer, facing an aging population and shifting risks from the loss of patents, is reshaping the company into three businesses.
After Cannabis Drug Approved For Epilepsy Patients, North Texas Families Still Waiting“It might not work,” said Manolo Banda, whose daughter has seizures. “But I think as a parent you want to exhaust all options.”
U.S. Approves 1st Drug Developed To Prevent Chronic MigrainesThe monthly shot Aimovig is the first in a new class of long-acting drugs for preventing migraines.
The Rising Cost Of Insulin: "Horror Stories Every Day"After years of rising prices, insulin costs in the U.S. are creating painful choices for some diabetics and their families.
Houston Police: Medication Caused Confusion For JournalistThe disappearance of Courtney Roland, 29, caused alarm after she sent nonsensical texts to her mother and her roommate called police Sunday saying Roland had expressed concern that a suspicious man was following her.
Tiger Woods Receiving Professional Help To Manage MedsWoods was charged with driving under the influence after police in Jupiter, Florida, found him asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes-Benz about 2 a.m. May 29.
New Frontier In Cancer Care: Turning Blood Into Living DrugsImmune therapy is the hottest trend in cancer care and this is its next frontier — creating "living drugs" that grow inside the body into an army that seeks and destroys tumors.
Drugs Score Big Wins Against Lung, Prostate, Breast CancersDrugs are scoring big wins against common cancers, setting new standards for how to treat many prostate, breast and lung tumors. There's even a "uni-drug" that may fight many forms of the disease.
Study: Side Effects Emerge After Approval For Many U.S. DrugsAlmost one-third of new drugs approved by U.S. regulators over a decade ended up years later with warnings about unexpected, sometimes life-threatening side effects or complications.