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.
Warning on Body Building Products
In this Consumer Update video, FDA Product Safety Expert Deborah Autor, J.D., helps explain the agency's warning to stop using body building products that claim to contain steroids or steroid-like substances.
How to Recognize Performance-Enhancing Steroid Use in Teens
Tips on recognizing steroid abuse in teens and the serious side effects that may follow
Other Options for Emergency Contraception: ella and the Copper IUD
A discussion of reasons why emergency contraception may be needed, and additional options such as ella and the Copper IUD.
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