“They can break you—make you question wanting to be here.” Read the full article for VICE.
Take a peek inside these doctors’ homes to see what medicines and products they do (and don’t) use themselves. Read the full article for Chicago Magazine.
Here’s why you should always read the warning label before popping any pill. Read the full story for Men’s Health.
Tossing and turning at bedtime can be a nightmare. That’s why some guys turn to over-the-counter sleep aids like Benadryl or Zzzquil to help get some shuteye. Read the full article for Men’s Health.
Get off the pain-pill train by using one or more of these techniques—they’re safe and effective. Read the full article for Prevention.
You can buy over-the-counter drugs without a prescription, but they still have risks—especially if you treat yourself with more than one at a time. Read the full article for Men’s Health.
Retail pharmacies have another customer base – your pets. Read the full article in USA Today Pet Guide.
Bacon and chocolate. Chili and peanut butter. Some unlikely combinations end up working well together. But when it comes to diet and drugs, the wrong pairing can unwittingly turn into a recipe for disaster. Read the full article in Men’s Health.
What if aspirin sometimes made your head throb more, cough syrup started you hacking, or antacids churned up your heartburn? At least one medicine can have nearly the opposite of their intended effect—SSRIs, a common type of antidepressants. In certain cases, these drugs actually increase the chances you’ll want to hurt yourself. Read the full article on Shape.com.
Stronger erections. Weight loss. Better sleep. There’s a pill for almost everything and everyone—except for people who take insulin for diabetes. But that could change within the next few years, according to a new paper from the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in India. Read the full article in Men’s Health.