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What’s the best way to get rid of unused medications?

A patient wrote in, asking what she ought to do with unused medications, including some psychiatric drugs and controlled substances. It’s good to get those out of the house, safely — but how?...

Diving Deeper with Oral MS Medications

Over the past few years, new oral medications for multiple sclerosis have gained Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval, giving patients treatment options beyond injectable forms of medication. W...

Organized prescription drug collection programs may have minimal impact on reducing availability of controlled medications

More than 3.8 billion controlled medications, such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, Valium and Adderall, are dispensed by pharmacies annually in the United States. It has been estimated that only about 30 p...

Letter: Boycott chain pharmacies

Well, here we go again with the pharmaceutical industry and their greed. They have now raised the price of EpiPens and Insulin and several other non generic medications that are life sustaining medica...

Do most Mount Everest climbers use medications, and should they?

The ethics of using medications to improve performance and increase the likelihood of success in high-altitude climbing remains a controversial topic, and a new study that asked climbers of Mount Ever...

Mild cognitive impairment patients take about 3 medications for concomittant diseases

(Bentham Science Publishers) Dr. Vasileios Papaliagkas, the corresponding author of the paper, pointed that the vast majority of MCI patients were taking at least one medication, whereas slightly less...

Trends in Pediatric Use of Antipsychotic Medications

Use of antipsychotic medications decreased significantly from 2008 to 2013 in all sociodemographic groups.

Reconsidering Regular Medications at End of Life

Many patients who have very limited life expectancy are taking potentially inappropriate medications, and this issue often is not discussed. Medscape Medical News

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Efficacy of and potential morbidities associated with the use of antacid medications in preterm neonates.

Antacid medications are frequently administered to preterm infants. These medications can change gastric pH levels and can affect regular gastrointestinal function and gut micro-bacterial flora. We hy...

On the Horizon: The Future of Procedural Sedation.

Sedation plays an integral part in endoscopy. By achieving patient comfort, it allows for a better examination and enhances patient satisfaction. Various medications have been used, propofol being the...

Compounded Topical Analgesics for Chronic Pain.

Analgesic medications compounded for topical use are gaining popularity for the management of chronic pain. The advantages of topical pain medications include reduction of systemic adverse effects, im...

Access to medications for medicare enrollees related to race/ethnicity: Results from the 2013 Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey.

Prescription medications are taken by millions of Americans to manage chronic conditions and treat acute conditions. These medications, however, are not equally accessible to all.

Lower rates of consistent urine drug tests for prescribed psychotropic medications among patients on opioid replacement therapy.

Patients on opioid replacement therapy (ORT) to treat opioid use disorder are frequently monitored for these medications, but it is not known if they are also adhering to their psychotropic medication...

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