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Over-the-counter decongestants are medicines you can buy without a prescription to relieve a stuffy nose.
Several types of medicine are used to treat high cholesterol levels. Your doctor will decide which type of medicine is…
A nicotine patch is a type of nicotine replacement therapy that can help you quit smoking. It releases a small…
After you have a heart attack, there are many medicines that can help you recover and prevent you from having…
Antihistamine medications help relieve or prevent allergy symptoms. Learn more about first-generation and second-generation antihistamines.
Over-the-counter pain relievers can help you manage aches and pains without a prescription from your doctor. There are several types…
Echinacea is a flowering plant also called coneflower. It is a popular herbal remedy used to prevent or treat symptoms…
Information about dosing, safe storage, and disposal of over-the-counter (OTC) medicine for children.
Learn 14 Tips for Parents using Over-The-Counter (OTC) Medications for Your Kids.
Information about how to safely store medicine out of the reach of children when you are on vacation.
Information for parents about how to safely store medicine out of the reach of children.
When was the last time you cleaned out your household supply of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines? Once a medicine has reached its expiration date, it may not provide the treatment that you need. If you find a medicine that has expired, follow these
Information for grandparents about how to safely store medicine out of the reach of children.
St. John's wort can affect the way your body processes prescription and over-the-counter drugs. When this happens, your medicine may…
Learn about how drugs can interact with the nutrients in your diet and the supplements you are taking.
Before you take an over-the-counter herbal product or supplement, learn about their safety and effectiveness.
Learn what you need to know about your medicines to help prevent adverse drug reactions.
Learn how to correctly use pressurized canister and pump bottle nasal sprays.
Some medicines might make your asthma symptoms worse. Learn what medicines might cause problems before you take them.
Dietary supplements can affect the way your body processes prescription and over-the-counter drugs. When this happens, your medicine may not…
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