A new study finds nearly 4 or 10 women of reproductive age and 30% of women with private insurance filled an opioid prescription between 2008-2012.
People depend on drugs every day, but what happens when they expire? You may not have to throw them away, which could save you some money.
Del. Woman Reportedly Looking For Prescription Drugs Gets Screened For Ebola After Calling 911 Four Times In One Day
A Del. woman is charged with calling 911 four times in one day with nonexistent emergencies that even resulted in Ebola screening.
There was a time when illegal drugs were a major problem with young adults. They still are but now there are equal concerns about legal medications to get high.
In an effort to combat abuse, the state Senate has now passed its own version of a bill to create a prescription drug monitoring program.
Driving drunk is a well known danger on the roads, but a new report indicates that many of us don’t realize the hazards of driving while taking prescription medications.
What medical expenses can you deduct, and when? There’s been a change in tax law.
Under the Affordable Care Act, most health insurance policies must cover prescription drugs.
Drugmaker Merck & Co. is recalling a combination cholesterol drug, wiping out the entire U.S. stock, due to packaging defects that could reduce effectiveness.
Narcotics may be the only humane way to deal with severe pain at the end of life.
Governor Tom Corbett says proper disposal of unused prescription drugs is important not just to stop abuse but to keep them out of the environment.
Conflict-of-interest policies now restrict interactions between drug reps and doctors but nurses and other medical personnel still get gifts.
How can it be illegal to fill a prescription if actually given by a doctor?
We have a major public health problem in this country and it has to do with the overuse of opioid medications.
The MedSnapID app is able to visually identify over 3,700 types of prescription pills.