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Serotonin syndrome

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


GLP-1 agonists: Diabetes drugs and weight loss

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


Calcium channel blockers

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


Urine color

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


What are opioids and why are they dangerous?

Learn how opioid medications work and how those effects can be dangerous when the drugs are taken incorrectly.


Gilbert's syndrome

This inherited liver condition affects the liver's ability to break down red blood cells. It usually has no serious medical consequences.


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.


Slide show: Common skin rashes

See pictures of common skin rashes that can occur due to a variety of factors, including infections, heat, allergens and medications.


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.


7 signs and symptoms not to ignore

Is it serious? Consider signs and symptoms that merit medical attention, from weight loss to flashes of light.


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