Video: Giving Medicine to Children
When young children are sick and cranky, it can be tough to get them to take their medicine. Watch this video for tips from an FDA pediatrician on giving the dose without the battle.
Teaching Kids About Using Medicine Safely
Kids grow up fast. As they do we teach them as much as we can about safety. Watch this video for tips from an FDA pediatrician on teaching older kids about using medicine safely.
Amoxicillin: Antibiotic Resistance and a Review of Side Effects
Appropriate use of antibiotics and a description of side effects with amoxicillin
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.
What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?
Inflammation results from the body's normal response to wounds and infection. Rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, is an autoimmune disease. This means the body's immune system mistakenly attacks itself, causing inflammation and destroying tissue and bone.
This animation shows sporadic brain activity and a twitching hand that occur with Parkinson's disease, followed by treatment with dopamine stimulation.
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