Discover the right way to swallow a pill and other facts that will keep you healthy and safe when taking medication.
What do you do when your kid refuses to take their medicine? Our expert offers top tips to try.
Experts across the world are studying whether different medications can help people fight COVID-19. Here’s a look at four that have been getting attention recently.
Wondering what you should keep in your medicine cabinet to prepare for cold and flu season? A family medicine doctor gives us the rundown of essential medication and equipment to have on hand.
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Is it harmful to take acetaminophen (Tylenol®) after a few drinks? Our expert weighs in.
Aging poses challenges related to exposure to hot weather and higher temperatures. But there are some medications that make it even harder to regulate temperature changes during aging, as well as the medical problems that can come with aging.
It’s not unusual to crave a cold glass of water on a hot summer day or after you’ve eaten something particularly spicy. But there are multiple reasons why you may suddenly find yourself thirsty and some are more serious than others.
In case of an emergency or natural disaster, pack these items in your emergency kit.
There’s mounting evidence supporting a connection between certain medications (anticholinergics and benzodiazepines) and dementia. An expert discusses the latest research and what to do if you have concerns about your dementia risk and medications.
Understand what it means when your doctor tells you your medications needs to be ‘titrated.’