The latest news on drugs
The author of a new book says that viruses can be triggers.
Can you OD on an ED drug? Yes, say the doctors of a man who took two pills at once.
Adm. Jim Stavridis, our man in Miami in charge of blocking the drug trade as head of U.S. Southern Command, arrived in Washington this month with some startling news.
Are your medications safe, or are they harming, perhaps even killing, you?
U.S. News talks with the father and son authors of “Beautiful Boy” and “Tweak.”
Start talking well before the teen years and help them find a passion.
New research on participants in the Women's Health Initiative study who underwent combined estrogen-progestin therapy shows a slightly increased risk of cancer for menopausal women after they stopped hormone replacement therapy about three years ago. But those results should be interpreted with caution, says U.S. News Health Editor Bernadine Healy, since the differences are quite small in absolute terms and could disappear over time. In related news, HRT also increases the risk of having an abnormal mammogram or breast biopsy.
An ADHD expert answers common questions about treatment with stimulants.
Where was Andy Pettitte at the Capitol Hill showdown between Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee?