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There’s no harm in taking probiotics for allergies
We’re still figuring out how the bugs in your gut make you sniffle.
What happens if you eat too many Tums?
If three work, the entire box will probably work even better, right?
Cannabis might help curb chronic pain, reducing the need for opioids
Cannabis could play a bigger role in chronic pain management than researchers once thought.
Your annual checkup could soon include screening for illicit drug use
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends doctors should ask their patients about all the drugs they use.
Why experts now say daily aspirin could do more harm than good
If you've never had a heart attack, you probably shouldn't be taking it.
Common dietary supplements linked to miscarriages in rodents
Over-the-counter vitamins and other supplements don't go through the same testing as prescription drugs.
Online birth control is safe—and the only option for some women
Getting the pill from online sites could make the contraception method far more accessible.
The FDA just approved the first new flu drug in 20 years. Here’s what you need to know.
Xofluza can help thousands of people this flu season, but it's not for everyone.
32 kids’ medicines are getting recalled. Here’s what you need to know
Homeopathic drug company King Bio spotted potential bacterial contamination.
China might be winning the CRISPR race, but we have the FDA
Without the FDA, we wouldn't know if a drug was safe or effective