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Why experts now say daily aspirin could do more harm than good
A popular autism drug for children isn’t as safe as its label indicates
A key tool to fighting the opioid crisis is in short supply
Don’t take chloroquine to prevent COVID-19
PrEP can prevent HIV infection in teens—so why aren’t they using it?
Most health ‘cures’ you hear about in the news aren’t ready for humans
A study claiming hydroxychloroquine increased risk of death used dubious data
COVID-19 testing problems are all too familiar to Lyme disease patients
The Bond Breaker
These Biohackers Are Creating Open-Source Insulin
The verdict on hydroxychloroquine is in
Not Quite Superman, But Maybe Superdrugs
New Drug Could Prevent Impaired Memory In Schizophrenia Sufferers
A Drug Company Wishes on a Lot of Eyelashes
The Drug Resurrector
Drugs Disguised As Blood Cells Could Kill Cancer
Hunting The Elusive Fat Pill
CVS Expands Over-The-Counter Sales Of Heroin Antidote
This Is Why It’s A Mistake To Cure Mice Instead Of Humans
Scientists Are Taking Apart Beer To Make The Next Antibiotics
A Synthetic Solution for a Legal 4:20
Merck and Elsevier Create “Peer-Reviewed” Advertorial
PharmaSat to Test Drugs in Space
The ‘inactive’ ingredients in your pills could harm you
What Is A Biosimilar Drug?
New Dissolving Ring Delivers Drugs Through Your Stomach For Seven Days
Why Doctors Can’t Give You LSD (But Maybe They Should)
Which Drugs Actually Kill Americans [Infographic]
FYI: How Does A Drug Get Its Name?
A Library Of Every Drug That Could Ever Exist
There Are a Million Billion x Five More Billion New Drugs Awaiting Discovery
How do we know if medicines are safe during pregnancies?
President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment includes an experimental antibody cocktail
These are the best COVID-19 treatments right now
The First Drug Made by Genetically Modified Plants is Approved for Human Use by the FDA
Remdesivir is the first FDA-approved COVID-19 treatment. Here’s what to know about it.
To Fight Ebola, Try Antidepressants?
Chemical Additive to Antibiotics Could Make Them Newly Effective Against Resistant Bacteria
A Wirelessly Controlled Pharmacy Dispenses Drugs From Within Your Abdomen
Text Messages from a Microchip on Your Shoulder Remind You to Take Your Pills
Tiny Rocket Could One Day Deliver Meds Or Hunt For Cancer In Your Body
It might not always take years to develop vaccines
Cocaine Vaccine Nullifies the Effect, Helps Abusers Quit
Lucky Pet Dogs Receive Experimental Cancer Treatments Before Their Humans
Should You Trust Big Pharma With Your DNA?
FAA review may scuttle hobbyist inventor’s ingenious method for shipping drugs
Synthetic Molecules Trick Body Into Improved Immune Response to HIV, Cancer
Drug That Targets Blood Flow to Fat Cells Is Shown to Slim Down Obese Monkeys
Using Its Database Of Genes, 23andMe Will Start Developing Drugs
Stem Cell Test Screens For Dangerous Drug Side Effects
Majority of U.S. Cocaine Supply Cut with Veterinary Deworming Drug
Your Guide to the Year in Science: 2010
Science Confirms The Obvious: Pharmaceutical Ads Are Misleading
The case for rethinking how we use cancer drugs
FYI: Do Cloned Wild Animals Have Instincts?
New Analysis Says Cannabis Breeders Should Grow for Safety As Well As Potency
Google Contributes Massive Amounts of Computing Power to Engineer Antibodies
This “Just Add Water” Chemistry Kit Can Create On-Demand Drugs And Vaccines
Scorpion Venom Could Make a Safe Alternative to Morphine
Using Green Algae as Drug Factory Could Cut Pharma Costs by 1,000 Times
Chip in a Pill Tells Your Doctor When You Swallow Your Medicine — and When You Don’t
FYI: Why Doesn’t Plan B Work For Heavier Women?
High school students cheaply reproduced a drug that sells for $750 a dose
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