Video: Avoiding Drug Interactions
This FDA Consumer Update video provides helpful tips to avoid the three main types of interactions: drugs with food and beverages, drugs with dietary supplements, and drugs with other drugs.
This animation shows the head receiving two impacts. One on the front, and one on the side from a boxing glove.
Beneath your liver and behind your stomach, you have a fish-shaped gland called your pancreas. The head of the pancreas, on the right side, is connected to the small intestine, where most digestion takes place.
Intuniv (guanfacine): Introduction and ADHD Overview
An overview of childhood Attention Deficit Disorder Hyperactivity (ADHD) and the non-stimulant treatment Intuniv (guanfacine).
Amoxicillin: Antibiotic Resistance and a Review of Side Effects
Appropriate use of antibiotics and a description of side effects with amoxicillin
Plan B and STDs: Actions to Take if You've Had Unprotected Sex
Tips to avoid pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases after unprotected sex.
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