Sherry Ellis, 73, of Magnolia, found out that she had been declared legally dead when she recently arrived at the pharmacy to collect her medicine prescription.
Aurobindo Pharma USA, Inc. is the latest company to issue a voluntary recall of ranitidine products over concerns regarding "probable" carcinogen NDMA.
Cartels have "presses" that give the pills the name and likeness of their prescription counterparts after they are laced with fentanyl in "dirty barrels," according to WFXT Boston.
The "fatness" of each state has been revealed in a report compiled by WalletHub, using data from various government and academic sources.
A researcher told Newsweek the study suggests smoking is not only bad for our physical health, but our mental health, too.
The woman is thought to be the second person in two years to be infected by cattle eye worm.
But federal policies to slow the opioid crisis could be supporting the market demand for fentanyl in the first place, according to public health experts.
The recall affects products sold under the brand names Del Monte, HEB, Hungryroot, Kroger Organic, Mann's, Marketside, O Organics, Signature Farms, Sysco and Trader Joe's.
The girl's mother thought she was going to die.
A recent study from John Hopkins University found a correlation between mothers who took Tylenol while pregnant and babies with developmental disorders, but researchers have yet to prove whether the drug was the cause of the neurological differences.
A jury took just three minutes to deliberate before finding Pontrey Jones guilty of the brutal stabbing murder of his stepmother Magdalena Ruiz.
Georgia State Rep Ginny Ehrhart announced her sponsorship of the "Vulnerable Child Protection Act" on Wednesday. The bill would make it illegal to "radically change" the gender of a child through surgery or drugs. But critics say that such surgeries aren't happening in Georgia—let alone America.
Dr. George Blatti was charged Wednesday with 54 counts related to his alleged selling of prescriptions for powerful drugs out of his makeshift office at a former Radio Shack and his car stationed at parking lots including a Dunkin' Donuts location in Long Island, New York.
Following major recalls of Chinese-manufactured medication that contained carcinogenic ingredients, lawmakers expressed their alarm, and sometimes disbelief, at the FDA's inability to regulate foreign suppliers at a Tuesday hearing.
In short, Plan B does not cause abortion.
The drug company is pulling batches of the drug distributed between July and August 2019.
Scientists hope the discovery could help to make new treatments for the debilitating condition.
For about every study that demonstrates marijuana and cannabidiol can provide relief to certain types of pain patients, there's another that shows these drugs perform even worse than placebos.
As one out of eight local druggists close, Americans turn to several large national chains to fulfill their prescriptions, sparking concerns about cost and clashing beliefs.
The U.K.'s General Dental Council has suspended Tushar Kantibhai Patel for the maximum sentence available.
A guide on how to prepare for a power outage, including what to put in an emergency kit and how to develop an evacuation plan.
Grant money in the amount of $16 million will go towards research of alcohol abuse in 700 U.S. clinical practices.
Clinical trials for the drug were discontinued earlier this year, sending shockwaves through the industry.
The controversial Canadian psychologist checked himself into a rehabilitation facility in New York last month after he started taking the drug Clonazepam.
Teva Pharmaceuticals will pay less than 0.014 percent of its annual revenue as of 2018 over a 10 year period and will produce free drugs at just a slice of their operating cost.
"Of course states need to be compensated. But the concern is that very little money actually filters down to those who have been most deeply affected," Kate Nicholson, civil rights attorney and patient advocate, told Newsweek in an interview.
The patient's body created alcohol after he ate carbs.
The research was carried out after a spike in anti-abortion legislation, and a drop in patients accessing the procedure, the authors explained.
More than four out of five doctors are reluctant to take on patients using prescribed opioids, according to a survey of 500 physicians conducted by Quest Diagnostics and the Center on Addiction.
Civil rights attorney and pain patient advocate Kate Nicholson said she was "thrilled" to see Democratic primary candidates talk about the opioid epidemic Tuesday night. "It matters because we do have a crisis," she said.