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After a flood, are food and medicines safe to use?

After a flood, don't eat foods or take medications that have come into contact with flood water or contaminated water.


Serotonin syndrome

Potentially life-threatening symptoms that can occur when antidepressants are taken with other medications that also raise serotonin levels.


Antidepressants: Selecting one that's right for you

Medication options to treat depression include SSRIs, SNRIs, atypical antidepressants, tricyclic antidepressants, MAOIs and other drugs.


Urine color

Foods and medications can change the color of your urine. But a color change could be a sign of disease.


Polypill: Does it treat heart disease?

This combination pill contains small doses of several commonly prescribed heart disease medications.


GLP-1 agonists: Diabetes drugs and weight loss

Noninsulin medications for diabetes improve blood sugar control and may also support weight loss.


Palliative care

Palliative care — Learn why it's done and what to expect with this specialized medical care that offers symptom relief for seriously ill people of any age.


Calcium channel blockers

Learn how these blood pressure medications open your arteries, help relieve chest pain and treat an irregular heartbeat.


NSAIDs: Do they increase my risk of heart attack and stroke?

Common pain medications such as ibuprofen or naproxen sodium may increase your risk of heart attack and stroke.


Kratom for opioid withdrawal: Does it work?

Kratom is promoted as an aid in overcoming withdrawal from opioid medications, but research suggests that it leads to more health problems than it solves.


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