The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the world’s first drug aimed at increasing women’s sex drives after rejecting it twice previously.
By News Desk
National Football League teams were hit with surprise federal inspections on Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation of prescription drug abuse, tied to a lawsuit brought by former players. Jeffrey Brown talks to Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post,…
By PBS NewsHour
Specialty medications are expected to account for half of total annual pharmacy spending, or $235 billion, by 2018.
By Ruth Tam
Preclinical scientific research is done primarily on male subjects. This inequality obscures results and can be dangerous for women, who experience both illness and treatment differently than men.
By Ashira Morris
FDA plan to limit painkiller abuse may impact patients who need them…
In Preventing Violence, 'Very Hard to Indentify' Individuals Who Need Help Most…
UNAIDS Head: Death Rates Falling, Treatment IncreasingBut Global Crisis Still Overwhelming…
Drug Shortages Force Tough Choices for Patients, Doctors…
In Mozambique, where 1 in 8 adults is living with HIV, the number of patients on antiretroviral drugs has expanded thanks to international AIDS funding, but a debate is emerging over whether foreign donors can continue to fund an ever-expanding…
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