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Though critics call them overprescribed, ineffective and worse, the real story on antidepressants is more complicated.
Drug availability is getting worse, with essential medicines often impossible to obtain. What will it take to fix the system?
Statins’ ability to control cholesterol is undeniable. Less certain, after almost 25 years, is whether benefits outweigh potential harm.
From mishandled stolen shipments to repackaged fakes to scammers diluting medications, there are multiple ways phony pharmaceuticals get in the supply chain.
Trials that involve new drugs being compared to existing versions could let inferior treatments slip through.
Untouchable for decades, hallucinogenic drugs are back in the lab, with new research into how they work and what they might achieve.
One writer planned to write a book about the willful overmedication of children, but what she found was the opposite.
An all-in-one medication reduced such cardiovascular risk factors as blood pressure and heart rate.
From three-stage nanorockets to remote-controlled pills, today’s drug delivery marvels transport payloads where nothing else can go.
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