- Brand: AggrenoxGeneric: Aspirin, Extended-Release Dipyridamole Capsules
- Brand: Dipyridamole InjectionGeneric: Dipyridamole Injection
- Brand: PersantineGeneric: Dipyridamole
- Brand: Mefenamic AcidGeneric: Mefenamic Acid Capsules
- Brand: ElitekGeneric: Rasburicase
- Brand: Persantine IVGeneric: Persantine
- Brand: CholbamGeneric: Cholic Acid Capsules
- Brand: PonstelGeneric: Mefenamic Acid
- Brand: OcalivaGeneric: Obeticholic Acid Tablets
- Brand: PaserGeneric: Aminosalicylic Acid
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: NegGramGeneric: Nalidixic Acid
- Brand: OmegavenGeneric: Fish Oil Triglycerides Injectable Emulsion
- Brand: ZurampicGeneric: Zurampic Lesinurad Tablets
- Brand: ZyloprimGeneric: Allopurinol
- Brand: Acetic AcidGeneric: Acetic Acid
- Brand: Ascorbic AcidGeneric: Vitamin C
- Brand: Ethacrynic Acid TabletsGeneric: Ethacrynic Acid Tablets
- Brand: LystedaGeneric: Tranexamic Acid Tablets
- Brand: AugmentinGeneric: Amoxicillin Clavulanate
- Brand: LipofenGeneric: Fenofibrate
- Brand: Fenofibrate 40 mg/ 120 mgGeneric: Fenofibrate
- Brand: CyklokapronGeneric: Tranexamic Acid
- Brand: NiacorGeneric: Niacin Tablets
- Brand: TrilipixGeneric: Fenofibric Acid Capsules
- Brand: Protonix I.V.Generic: Pantoprazole Sodium
- Brand: SmoflipidGeneric: Smoflipid
- Brand: TricorGeneric: Fenofibrate
- Brand: AmicarGeneric: Aminocaproic Acid
- Brand: AntaraGeneric: Fenofibrate
- Brand: Aminosyn Sulfite FreeGeneric: Crystalline Amino Acid Solution
- Brand: ASCOR Generic: Ascorbic Acid Injection for Intravenous Use
- Brand: TimentinGeneric: Ticarcillin and Clavulanate
- Brand: YospralaGeneric: Aspirin and Omeprazole Tablets
- Brand: FenoglideGeneric: Fenofibrate Tablets
- Brand: FibricorGeneric: Fenofibric Acid
- Brand: Augmentin Chewable TabletsGeneric: Amoxicillin Clavulanate Potassium
- Brand: NegGram CapletsGeneric: Nalidixic Acid
- Brand: Aminosyn II 8.5%Generic: Amino Acid Injection with Electrolytes
- Brand: Prevacid I.V.Generic: Lansoprazole for Injection
- Brand: Soma CompoundGeneric: Carisoprodol and Aspirin
- Brand: TriglideGeneric: Fenofibrate
- Brand: ReclastGeneric: Zoledronic Acid Injection
- Brand: UloricGeneric: Febuxostat
- Brand: HepatAmineGeneric: Amino Acid
- Brand: Aminosyn ElectrolytesGeneric: Crystalline Amino Acid Solution with Electrolytes
- Brand: EdecrinGeneric: Ethacrynic Acid
- Brand: AzelexGeneric: Azelaic Acid Cream
- Brand: Soma Compound with CodeineGeneric: Carisoprodol, Aspirin, and Codeine
- Brand: Aminosyn II 3.5% in 25% DextroseGeneric: Amino Acid Injection in Dextrose Injection
- Brand: ZometaGeneric: Zoledronic Acid for Inj
- Brand: MavyretGeneric: glecaprevir and pibrentasvir
- Brand: Timentin InjectionGeneric: Ticarcillin Disodium and Clavulanate Potassium Galaxy
- Brand: DisalcidGeneric: Salsalate
- Brand: KybellaGeneric: Deoxycholic Acid Injection
- Brand: Finacea GelGeneric: Azelaic Acid
- Brand: ProcalamineGeneric: Amino Acid and Glycerin
- Brand: TemodarGeneric: Temozolomide
- Brand: PerikabivenGeneric: Amino Acids, Electrolytes, Dextrose and Lipid Injectable Emulsion for Intravenous Use
- Brand: VytorinGeneric: Ezetimibe and Simvastatin
- Brand: CernevitGeneric: Multivitamins for Infusion
- Brand: B12Generic: Liver-Stomach Concentrate With Intrinsic Factor
- Brand: FloLipidGeneric: Simvastatin Oral Suspension
- Brand: OmtrygGeneric: Omega-3-Acid Ethyl Esters A Capsules
- Brand: SkelidGeneric: Tiludronate
- Brand: TravatanGeneric: Travoprost
- Brand: Travatan ZGeneric: Travoprost Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: ZocorGeneric: Simvastatin
- Brand: EpanovaGeneric: Omega-3-carboxylic Acids Soft-gelatin Capsules
- Brand: Aminosyn II 3.5% in 5% DextroseGeneric: Amino Acid Injection in Dextrose Injection
- Brand: Aminosyn II 5% in 25% DextroseGeneric: Amino Acid Injection 5% in 25% Dextrose Injection
- Brand: JuvisyncGeneric: Sitagliptin and Simvastatin
- Brand: ArthrotecGeneric: Diclofenac Sodium, Misoprostol
- Brand: CytotecGeneric: Misoprostol
- Brand: KrystexxaGeneric: Pegloticase Injection
- Brand: TravasolGeneric: Amino Acids (Injection)
- Brand: Synalgos DCGeneric: Aspirin, Caffeine, and Dihydrocodeine Bitartrate Capsules, USP
- Brand: SimcorGeneric: Simvastatin Niacin Extended Release
- Brand: SimvastatinGeneric: Simvastatin
- Brand: Aminosyn HF 8%Generic: Amino Acid Injection Hepatic Formula
- Brand: TrophAmineGeneric: Amino Acids
- Brand: Vayarol Generic: Orally Administered Prescription Medical Food
- Brand: PrevacidGeneric: Lansoprazole
- Brand: XgevaGeneric: Denosumab
- Brand: ZioptanGeneric: tafluprost
- Brand: AvageGeneric: Tazarotene
- Brand: Tazorac CreamGeneric: Tazarotene Cream
- Brand: UrsoGeneric: Ursodiol
- Brand: Lac-HydrinGeneric: Lactic Acid
- Brand: Prevacid NapraPACGeneric: Lansoprazole
- Brand: StavzorGeneric: Valproic Acid
- Brand: NephramineGeneric: Essential Amino Acid Injection
- Brand: ActigallGeneric: Ursodiol, USP Capsules
- Brand: DepakeneGeneric: Valproic Acid
- Brand: Aminosyn II InjectionGeneric: Amino Acid Injection
- Brand: VyzultaGeneric: Latanoprostene Bunod Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: SaizenGeneric: Somatropin Injection
- Brand: Aminosyn HBC 7% Sulfite FreeGeneric: Amino Acid Injection High Branched Chain
- Brand: AciphexGeneric: Rabeprazole Sodium
- Brand: AloprimGeneric: Allopurinol Sodium for Injection
- Brand: ClenpiqGeneric: Sodium Picosulfate Oral Solution
- Brand: DurlazaGeneric: Aspirin Capsules
- Brand: AmeluzGeneric: Aminolevulinic Acid Hydrochloride Gel
- Brand: Ascomp with CodeineGeneric: Butalbital, Aspirin, Caffeine, and Codeine Phosphate Capsules
- Brand: LomotilGeneric: Diphenoxylate and Atropine
- Brand: FolviteGeneric: Folic Acid
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: Augmentin ESGeneric: Amoxicillin Clavulanate Potassium
- Brand: Urocit-KGeneric: Potassium Citrate Extended-Release Tablets
- Brand: Clinimix EGeneric: Amino Acids with Electrolytes in Dextrose with Calcium Injection
- Brand: Aminosyn PF 10% Sulfite FreeGeneric: Amino Acid Injection 10% Pediatric Formula
- Brand: Aminosyn PF 7% Sulfite FreeGeneric: Amino Acid Injection 7% Pediatric Formula
- Brand: AmphadaseGeneric: Hyaluronidase Injection
- Brand: Fiorinal with CodeineGeneric: Butalbital Compound With Codeine
- Brand: Fluoroplex Generic: Fluorouracil Topical Cream
- Brand: HydaseGeneric: Hyaluronidase Injection
- Brand: ResculaGeneric: Unoprostone isopropyl
- Brand: TazoracGeneric: Tazarotene Gel
- Brand: VitraseGeneric: Hyaluronidase Injection
- Brand: Levulan KerastickGeneric: Aminolevulinic Acid
- Brand: PrimaCare OneGeneric: Prescription Prenatal, Postnatal Multivitamin
- Brand: OlysioGeneric: Simeprevir Hard Gelatin Capsules
- Brand: Thyrel TrhGeneric: Protirelin
- Brand: MeclofenamateGeneric: Meclofenamate
- Brand: XuridenGeneric: Uridine Triacetate Oral Granules
- Brand: PlenvuGeneric: Polyethylene Glycol 3350 with Electrolytes for Oral Solution
- Brand: PrepopikGeneric: Sodium Picosulfate, Magnesium Oxide, and Anhydrous Citric Acid) for Oral Solution
- Brand: ChenodalGeneric: Chenodiol Tablets
- Brand: PanretinGeneric: Alitretinoin
- Brand: PrevpacGeneric: Lansoprazole, Amoxicillin and Clarithromycin
- Brand: CarbagluGeneric: Carglumic Acid Tablets
- Brand: KabivenGeneric: Amino Acids, Electrolytes, Dextrose and Lipid Injectable Emulsion
- Brand: Niferex-150 ForteGeneric: Polysaccharide-Iron Complex Capsules
- Brand: SutentGeneric: Sunitinib Malate
- Brand: Aminosyn II in DextroseGeneric: Amino Acid Injection in Dextrose Injection
- Brand: Liposyn IIGeneric: Intravenous Fat Emulsion
- Brand: Infuvite Pediatric Pharmacy Bulk PackageGeneric: Multiple Vitamins For Infusion Pharmacy Bulk Package
- Brand: HylenexGeneric: Hyaluronidase Human Injection
- Brand: JuxtapidGeneric: Lomitapide Capsules
- Brand: Lupron DepotGeneric: Leuprolide Acetate for Depot Suspension
- Brand: SeglurometGeneric: Ertugliflozin and Metformin Hydrochloride Tablets
- Brand: HelidacGeneric: Bismuth Subsalicylate
- Brand: XelprosGeneric: Latanoprost Ophthalmic Emulsion
- Brand: Bionect Cream, GelGeneric: Hyaluronic acid sodium salt
- Brand: MellarilGeneric: Thioridazine HCl
- Brand: NascobalGeneric: Cyanocobalamin
- Brand: DaklinzaGeneric: Daclatasvir Tablets
- Brand: Zantac InjectionGeneric: Ranitidine Hydrochloride Injection
- Brand: Niferex Gold TabletsGeneric: Ferrous Bis-Glycinate Chelate and Polysaccharide Iron Complex
- Brand: Xultophy InjectionGeneric: Insulin Degludec and Liraglutide
- Brand: Liposyn IIIGeneric: Intravenous Fat Emulsion
- Brand: Aminosyn RF 5.2% Sulfite FreeGeneric: Amino Acid Injection 5.2% Renal Formula
- Brand: InvanzGeneric: Ertapenem Injection
- Brand: VelcadeGeneric: Bortezomib
- Brand: Infuvite Adult Pharmacy Bulk PackageGeneric: Multiple Vitamins for Infusion
- Brand: MVIGeneric: Multi Vitamin Concentrate (intravenous infusion)
- Brand: AxidGeneric: Nizatidine
- Brand: Pepcid InjectionGeneric: Famotidine Injection
- Brand: RitalinGeneric: Methylphenidate Hcl
- Brand: ValcyteGeneric: Valganciclovir Hcl
- Brand: Asacol HDGeneric: Mesalamine Delayed-Release Tablets, Oral
- Brand: Augmentin XRGeneric: Amoxicillin Clavulanic Potassium
- Brand: BenzaShaveGeneric: benzoyl peroxide 5% and 10%
- Brand: MyforticGeneric: Mycophenolic Acid
- Brand: NiferexGeneric: Ferrous Asparto Glycinate, Iron, Ascorbic Acid, Folic Acid, Cyanocobalamin, Zinc, Succinic Acid, and Intrinsic Factor Tablets
- Brand: FabiorGeneric: Tazarotene
- Brand: TabloidGeneric: Thioguanine
- Brand: ProtonixGeneric: Pantoprazole
- Brand: Primaxin I.V.Generic: Imipenem and Cilastatin for Injection
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: PepcidGeneric: Famotidine
- Brand: PrilosecGeneric: Omeprazole
- Brand: ZepatierGeneric: Elbasvir and Grazoprevir Tablets
- Brand: CarospirGeneric: Spironolactone
- Brand: Merrem I.V.Generic: Meropenem
- Brand: VabomereGeneric: Meropenem and Vaborbactam Injection
- Brand: AtralinGeneric: Tretinoin
- Brand: BreviblocGeneric: Esmolol
- Brand: DolobidGeneric: Diflunisal
- Brand: IzbaGeneric: Travoprost Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: LastacaftGeneric: Alcaftadine Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: PurinetholGeneric: Mercaptopurine
- Brand: PurixanGeneric: Mercaptopurine Oral Suspension
- Brand: Vinblastine SulfateGeneric: Vinblastine Sulfate Injection
- Brand: Aci-JelGeneric: Vaginal Jelly
- Brand: Heparin Preservative FreeGeneric: Heparin Sodium Injection Preservative Free
- Brand: Liposyn III 30Generic: Liposyn III 30 Intravenous Far Emulsion
- Brand: RytaryGeneric: Carbidopa and Levodopa Capsules
- Brand: SansertGeneric: Methysergide maleate
- Brand: Normocarb HFGeneric: Sterile Electrolyte Concentrate for Infusion
- Brand: AlimtaGeneric: Pemetrexed
- Brand: Lopressor InjectionGeneric: Metoprolol Tartrate Injection
- Brand: Bactroban NasalGeneric: Mupirocin Calcium Ointment
- Brand: SafyralGeneric: Drospirenone/Ethinyl Estradiol/Levomefolate Calcium Tablets and Levomefolate
- Brand: TrisenoxGeneric: Arsenic Trioxide Injection
- Brand: FoscavirGeneric: Foscarnet Sodium Injection
- Brand: Esomeprazole Magnesium CapsulesGeneric: esomeprazole magnesium
- Brand: ClinolipidGeneric: Lipid Injectable Emulsion for Intravenous Use
- Brand: DemulenGeneric: Ethinyl Estradiol and Ethynodiol Diacetate
- Brand: Infuvite Adult InjectionGeneric: Multiple Vitamins Injection
- Brand: MiradonGeneric: Anisindione
- Brand: AltoprevGeneric: Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets
- Brand: Famotidine InjectionGeneric: Famotidine Injection
- Brand: PediazoleGeneric: Erythromycin and Sulfisoxazole
- Brand: DeltasoneGeneric: Prednisone
- Brand: KanumaGeneric: Kanuma Sebelipase Alfa
- Brand: Lok PakGeneric: Heparin Lock Flush Solution
- Brand: MoviPrepGeneric: PEG-3350, Sodium Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Ascorbate, Ascorbic Acid
- Brand: Prosed DSGeneric: Methenamine, Salicylate, Methylene Blue, Benzoic Acid Atropine and Hyoscyamine
- Brand: Retin-AGeneric: Tretinoin
- Brand: RyzodegGeneric: Insulin Degludec and Insulin Aspart Injection
- Brand: SerostimGeneric: Somatropin (rDNA origin)
- Brand: SteglatroGeneric: Ertugliflozin Tablets for Oral Use
- Brand: SteglujanGeneric: Ertugliflozin and Sitagliptin Tablets
- Brand: DoribaxGeneric: Doripenem for Injection
- Brand: BayerGeneric: Aspirin
- Brand: EquagesicGeneric: Meprobamate and Aspirin
- Brand: GantanolGeneric: Sulfamethoxazole
- Brand: Semprex DGeneric: Acrivastine and Pseudoephedrine
- Brand: ApidraGeneric: Insulin Glulisine [rDNA origin] Inj
- Brand: Avita CreamGeneric: Tretinoin
- Brand: GleolanGeneric: Aminolevulinic Acid Hydrochloride (ALA HCl) Solution
- Brand: BuphenylGeneric: Sodium Phenylbutyrate Tablets
- Brand: Qudexy XRGeneric: Topiramate Extended-Release Capsules
- Brand: XalatanGeneric: Latanoprost Ophthalmic
- Brand: ZegeridGeneric: Omeprazole, Sodium Bicarbonate
- Brand: ProcritGeneric: Epoetin Alfa
- Brand: RenacidinGeneric: Citric Acid, Glucono-Delta-Lactone and Magnesium Carbonate Irrigation
- Brand: Vincasar PFSGeneric: Vincristine Sulfate Injection
- Brand: VictrelisGeneric: Boceprevir Capsules
- Brand: HeparinGeneric: Heparin
- Brand: Hepflush 10Generic: Heparin Lock Flush Solution
- Brand: Leucovorin Calcium InjectionGeneric: Leucovorin Calcium
- Brand: Trokendi XRGeneric: Topiramate Extended-release Capsules
- Brand: FloxuridineGeneric: Floxuridine
- Brand: HiprexGeneric: Methenamine Hippurate
- Brand: InderalGeneric: Propranolol
- Brand: EndariGeneric: L-glutamine Oral Powder
- Brand: EraxisGeneric: Anidulafungin
- Brand: FolivaneGeneric: Multivitamin Capsules
- Brand: Mupirocin CreamGeneric: mupirocin cream
- Brand: NutreStoreGeneric: L-glutamine Powder for Oral Solution
- Brand: Restylane Lyft with LidocaineGeneric: Sterile Gel of Hyaluronic Acid
- Brand: FeRivaGeneric: Highly Soluble Oral Tablets
- Brand: Kapidex Delayed Release CapsulesGeneric: Dexlansoprazole Delayed Release Capsules
- Brand: DeplinGeneric: L-methylfolate [from Metafolin] and Algae-S powder [Schizochytrium] Prescription Medical Food
- Brand: LopressorGeneric: Metoprolol Tartrate
- Brand: Aciphex SprinkleGeneric: rabeprazole sodium
- Brand: BeyazGeneric: Drospirenone/Ethinyl Estradiol/ Levomefolate Calcium Tablets and Levomefolate Calcuim Tablets
- Brand: ClaforanGeneric: Cefotaxime
- Brand: Dexilant and Dexilant SoluTabsGeneric: Dexlansoprazole Capsules and Tablets
- Brand: DepaconGeneric: Valproic Acid
- Brand: Depakote Generic: Depakote Divalproex Sodium Tablets
- Brand: TopamaxGeneric: Topiramate
- Brand: Dilantin 125Generic: Phenytoin Oral Suspension
- Brand: Infuvite Pediatric IVGeneric: Multiple Vitamins for Injection
- Brand: MVI AdultGeneric: Multi-Vitamin Injection
- Brand: AdvicorGeneric: Niacin XR and Lovastatin
- Brand: AtriplaGeneric: Efavirenz, Emtricitabine, and Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate
- Brand: ColestidGeneric: Colestipol
- Brand: EndodanGeneric: Oxycodone and Aspirin Tablets
- Brand: Lac-Hydrin CreamGeneric: Ammonium Lactate Cream
- Brand: PercodanGeneric: Aspirin and Oxycodone Hydrochloride
- Brand: RapivabGeneric: Peramivir Injection
- Brand: TruvadaGeneric: Emtricitabine Tenofovir DF
- Brand: Biaxin, Biaxin XLGeneric: Clarithromycin
- Brand: Cardene I.V.Generic: Nicardipine Hydrochloride
- Brand: ChibroxinGeneric: Norfloxacin
- Brand: RaplonGeneric: Rapacuronium
- Brand: UltomirisGeneric: Ravulizumab-cwvz Injection
- Brand: Intralipid 20%Generic: 20% I.V. Fat Emulsion
- Brand: BactrimGeneric: Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole
- Brand: Depakote ERGeneric: Divalproex Sodium
- Brand: Depakote Sprinkle CapsulesGeneric: Divalproex Sodium Sprinkle Capsules
- Brand: MetanxGeneric: L-methylfolate/pyridoxal 5'-phosphate/methylcobalamin
- Brand: PrismaSol SolutionGeneric: Sterile Hemofiltration Hemodiafiltration Solution
- Brand: Adenocard I.V.Generic: Adenosine
- Brand: Carisoprodol and AspirinGeneric: Carisoprodol and Aspirin
- Brand: EfudexGeneric: Fluorouracil
- Brand: EndocetGeneric: Oxycodone and Acetaminophen Tablets
- Brand: Fluorouracil InjectionGeneric: fluorouracil
- Brand: PercocetGeneric: Oxycodone and Acetaminophen
- Brand: ZotrimGeneric: Sulfamethoxazole, Trimethoprim, Phenazopyridine
- Brand: ArediaGeneric: Pamidronate Disodium
- Brand: AsacolGeneric: Mesalamine Delayed-Release Tablets
- Brand: Bactroban CreamGeneric: Mupirocin Calcium Cream
- Brand: CampralGeneric: Acamprosate Calcium
- Brand: DelzicolGeneric: Mesalamine Delayed-Release Capsules
- Brand: DuopaGeneric: Carbidopa and Levodopa Enteral Suspension
- Brand: LevemirGeneric: Insulin Detemir
- Brand: LialdaGeneric: Mesalamine
- Brand: Pamidronate Disodium InjectionGeneric: Pamidronate Disodium Injection
- Brand: PromactaGeneric: Eltrombopag Tablets
- Brand: SolageGeneric: Mequinol and Tretinoin
- Brand: Vecuronium BromideGeneric: Vecuronium Bromide Injection, Powder, Lyophilized, for Solution
- Brand: Voltaren OphthalmicGeneric: Diclofenac Sodium Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: Zoladex 10.8 mgGeneric: Goserelin Acetate Implant
- Brand: DroxiaGeneric: Hydroxyurea Capsules
- Brand: HydreaGeneric: Hydroxyurea
- Brand: TekturnaGeneric: Aliskiren Tablets
- Brand: CytoveneGeneric: Ganciclovir
- Brand: Ritalin LAGeneric: Methylphenidate Hydrochloride Extended-Release Capsules
- Brand: EpogenGeneric: Epoetin Alfa
- Brand: Naprosyn, Anaprox, Anaprox DSGeneric: Naproxen
- Brand: SurfaxinGeneric: Lucinactant Intratracheal Suspension
- Brand: Vivotif OralGeneric: Typhoid Vaccine
- Brand: Intralipid 10%Generic: 10% I.V Fat Emulsion
- Brand: AltocorGeneric: Lovastatin Extended-Release Tablets
- Brand: Omeclamox-PakGeneric: Omeprazole Delayed-release Capsules
- Brand: ZortressGeneric: Everolimus
- Brand: FoltxGeneric: Folacin, Cyanocobalamin & Pyridoxine
- Brand: AlrexGeneric: Loteprednol Etabonate Ophthalmic Suspension
- Brand: Bleph 10Generic: Sulfacetamide Sodium Ophthalmic Solution 10%
- Brand: Daypro AltaGeneric: Oxaprozin
- Brand: JynarqueGeneric: Tolvaptan Tablets for Oral Use
- Brand: NexiumGeneric: Esomeprazole Magnesium
- Brand: Nexium I.V.Generic: Esomeprazole Sodium
- Brand: OrbivanGeneric: Butalbital, Acetaminophen, and Caffeine Capsules, USP
- Brand: PondiminGeneric: Fenfluramine - Removed from US Market
- Brand: PrezistaGeneric: Darunavir
- Brand: BenemidGeneric: Probenecid and Colchicine
- Brand: UltivaGeneric: Remifentanil
- Brand: XofluzaGeneric: Baloxavir Marboxil
- Brand: AggrastatGeneric: Tirofiban HCl
- Brand: AvonexGeneric: Interferon beta-1a
- Brand: Boniva Generic: Ibandronate Sodium
- Brand: CiprodexGeneric: Ciprofloxacin and Dexamethasone
- Brand: CyfolexGeneric: Cholecalciferol, Folic Acid, Calcium Carbonate, and Bovine Type I Collagen Capsules
- Brand: DesOwenGeneric: Desonide Cream, Ointment and Lotion
- Brand: FloroneGeneric: Diflorasone Diacetate Cream
- Brand: FuzeonGeneric: Enfuvirtide
- Brand: GatifloxacinGeneric: gatifloxacin
- Brand: HemlibraGeneric: Emicizumab-Kxwh Injection, for Subcutaneous Use
- Brand: HEP-LOCK U/PGeneric: Preservative-Free Heparin Lock Flush Solution
- Brand: Heparin Sodium InjectionGeneric: Heparin Sodium Injection
- Brand: HumalogGeneric: Insulin Lispro (Human Analog)
- Brand: InbrijaGeneric: Levodopa Inhalation Powder
- Brand: LithostatGeneric: Acetohydroxamic Acid Tablets
- Brand: NasalideGeneric: Flunisolide (Nasal Spray)
- Brand: Niferex-150Generic: Polysaccharide-Iron Complex Capsules
- Brand: NithiodoteGeneric: Sodium Nitrite Injection for Intravenous Infusion
- Brand: PlegridyGeneric: Peginterferon Beta-1a Injection for Subcutaneous Use
- Brand: SultrinGeneric: Sulfathiazole, Sulfacetamide and Sulfabenzamide
- Brand: GatifloxacinGeneric: gatifloxacin
- Brand: TresibaGeneric: Insulin Degludec Injection
- Brand: TRUE TestGeneric: Thin-layer Rapid Use Epicutaneous Patch Test for Topical Use Only
- Brand: TyvasoGeneric: Treprostinil Inhalation Solution
- Brand: ValtropinGeneric: Somatropin Injection
- Brand: VaxchoraGeneric: Cholera Vaccine, Live, for Oral Administration
- Brand: ZorbtiveGeneric: Somatropin rDNA Origin for Injection
- Brand: Dilantin InfatabsGeneric: Phenytoin Tablets
- Brand: KhapzoryGeneric: Levoleucovorin Injection
- Brand: KhapzoryGeneric: Levoleucovorin Injection
- Brand: LevoleucovorinGeneric: Levoleucovorin
- Brand: Levoleucovorin calciumGeneric: Levoleucovorin calcium Injection
- Brand: Vincristine Sulfate InjectionGeneric: Vincristine Sulfate
- Brand: PanhematinGeneric: Hemin
- Brand: DilantinGeneric: Phenytoin
- Brand: Dilantin KapsealsGeneric: Extended Phenytoin Sodium Capsules
- Brand: Phenytek Extended Release CapsuleGeneric: Phenytoin Sodium
- Brand: AccutaneGeneric: Isotretinoin
- Brand: Axid Oral SolutionGeneric: Nizatidine
- Brand: Claravis CapsulesGeneric: Isotretinoin
- Brand: Inderal LAGeneric: Propranolol
- Brand: MyorisanGeneric: Isotretinoin Capsules
- Brand: Retin-A MicroGeneric: Tretinoin Gel
- Brand: SotretGeneric: Isotretinoin Capsules
- Brand: VesanoidGeneric: Tretinoin
- Brand: ZenataneGeneric: Isotretinoin Capsules
- Brand: LutatheraGeneric: Lutetium Lu 177 dotatate Injection
- Brand: NetspotGeneric: Gallium Ga 68 Dotatate Kit
- Brand: FolotynGeneric: Pralatrexate Solution for Intravenous Injection
- Brand: LovazaGeneric: Omega-3-Acid Ethyl Esters
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: AptivusGeneric: Tipranavir
- Brand: CentanyGeneric: Mupirocin Ointment
- Brand: EsgicGeneric: Butalbital, Acetaminophen and Caffeine Capsules
- Brand: BupapGeneric: Butalbital and Acetaminophen Tablets
- Brand: IncivekGeneric: Telaprevir Film-Coated Tablets
- Brand: LotemaxGeneric: Loteprednol Etabonate Ophthalmic Suspension
- Brand: SelzentryGeneric: Maraviroc
- Brand: AdrenalinGeneric: Epinephrine
- Brand: AlomideGeneric: Lodoxamide Tromethamine
- Brand: ByettaGeneric: Exenatide Injection
- Brand: CancidasGeneric: Caspofungin Acetate for Injection
- Brand: Cipro I.V.Generic: Ciprofloxacin IV
- Brand: DienestrolGeneric: Dienestrol
- Brand: DylojectGeneric: Diclofenac Sodium for Injection
- Brand: EmvermGeneric: Mebendazole Chewable Tablet, USP
- Brand: FiaspGeneric: Insulin Aspart Injection for Subcutaneous or Intravenous Use
- Brand: Follistim AQGeneric: Follitropin Beta
- Brand: Follistim AQ CartridgeGeneric: Follitropin Beta Injection
- Brand: ForteoGeneric: Teriparatide (rDNA origin) Injection
- Brand: InfergenGeneric: Interferon Alfacon-1
- Brand: Isopto Atropine Sterile Topical Ophthalmic SolutionGeneric: Atropine Sulfate
- Brand: LonsurfGeneric: Trifluridine and Tipiracil Tablets
- Brand: NatparaGeneric: Parathyroid Hormone for Injection
- Brand: NexteroneGeneric: Amiodarone HCl Injection
- Brand: OmontysGeneric: Peginesatide
- Brand: ParcopaGeneric: Carbidopa and Levodopa Extended-release Tablets
- Brand: PegasysGeneric: Peginterferon alfa-2a
- Brand: PregnylGeneric: Chorionic Gonadotropin for Injection
- Brand: Primatene MistGeneric: Epinephrine for Inhalation
- Brand: RetacritGeneric: Epoetin Alfa-epbx Injection
- Brand: SinemetGeneric: Carbidopa-Levodopa
- Brand: Sinemet CRGeneric: Carbidopa-Levodopa Sustained Release
- Brand: StalevoGeneric: Carbidopa, Levodopa and Entacapone
- Brand: Terbutaline SulfateGeneric: Terbutaline Sulfate
- Brand: ThorazineGeneric: Chlorpromazine
- Brand: TrilisateGeneric: Choline Magnesium Trisalicylate
- Brand: HalonateGeneric: Halobetasol Propionate Ointment
- Brand: CyanocobalaminGeneric: Cyanocobalamin
- Brand: BaracludeGeneric: Entecavir
- Brand: MevacorGeneric: Lovastatin
- Brand: AdenoscanGeneric: Adenosine Injection
- Brand: BalcoltraGeneric: Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol and Ferrous Bisglycinate Tablets
- Brand: EstragynGeneric: Estrone USP, 0.1% W/W Vaginal Cream
- Brand: Starlix TabletGeneric: Nateglinide
- Brand: NiaspanGeneric: Niacin
- Brand: Primaxin IMGeneric: Imipenem and Cilastatin
- Brand: AprisoGeneric: Mesalamine Extended-Release Capsules
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: BriviactGeneric: Brivaracetam Oral Solution and Intravenous Injection
- Brand: Dermatop Emollient CreamGeneric: Prednicarbate Emollient Cream
- Brand: FelbatolGeneric: Felbamate
- Brand: Fioricet with CodeineGeneric: Butalbital Acetaminophen Caffeine Capsules
- Brand: MicardisGeneric: Telmisartan
- Brand: RoxicetGeneric: Oxycodone and Acetaminophen
- Brand: UltacanGeneric: Articaine HCl and Epinephrine for Injection
- Brand: Westcort OintmentGeneric: Hydrocortisone Valerate Ointment
- Brand: ZetiaGeneric: Ezetimibe Tablets
- Brand: ConcertaGeneric: Methylphenidate Extended-Release Tablets
- Brand: Juvéderm Ultra XCGeneric: Hyaluronic Acid Injectable Gel
- Brand: Neo-FradinGeneric: Neomycin Sulfate
- Brand: PenetrexGeneric: Enoxacin
- Brand: SigniforGeneric: Pasireotide Diaspartate for Injection
- Brand: TakhzyroGeneric: Lanadelumab-flyo Injection
- Brand: Tri-LumaGeneric: Hydroquinone 4% Cream
- Brand: VayarinGeneric: Lipirinen™ Capsules
- Brand: HyalganGeneric: Hyaluronate
- Brand: MDP-25 Generic: Kit for the Preparation of Technetium Tc 99m Medronate Injection
- Brand: Robitussin AcGeneric: Guaifenesin and Codeine
- Brand: BaycolGeneric: Cerivastatin (Removed from Market 8/2001)
- Brand: DesogenGeneric: Desogestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol Tablets
- Brand: Generic:
- Brand: QuasenseGeneric: Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol Tablets
- Brand: SeasonaleGeneric: Levonorgestrel, Ethinyl Estradiol
- Brand: CortrosynGeneric: Cosyntropin
- Brand: OrablocGeneric: Articaine HCl and Epinephrine Injection
- Brand: PyrazinamideGeneric: Pyrazinamide
- Brand: SeptocaineGeneric: Articane HCl and Epinephrine Injection
- Brand: SpritamGeneric: Levetiracetam Tablets
- Brand: TritecGeneric: Ranitidine Bismuth Citrate
- Brand: UrexGeneric: Methenamine Hippurate
- Brand: AceonGeneric: Perindopril Erbumine
- Brand: AmikinGeneric: Amikacin
- Brand: BetaxonGeneric: Levobetaxolol Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Suspension
- Brand: BinostoGeneric: Alendronate Sodium Effervescent Tablets
- Brand: Boniva InjectionGeneric: Ibandronate Sodium Injection
- Brand: BromSiteGeneric: Bromfenac Ophthalmic Solution, 0.075%
- Brand: CefzilGeneric: Cefprozil
- Brand: Ciloxan Ophthalmic SolutionGeneric: Ciprofloxacin HCL Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: Cipro HC OticGeneric: Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride Otic Suspension
- Brand: GabitrilGeneric: Tiagabine Hydrochloride
- Brand: GiazoGeneric: Balsalazide Disodium
- Brand: IsentressGeneric: Raltegravir Tablets
- Brand: Kyprolis Generic: Carfilzomib
- Brand: Lupron Depot 11.25 mgGeneric: Leuprolide Acetate for Depot Suspension
- Brand: Lupron Depot 22.5Generic: Leuprolide Acetate for Depot Suspension Injection
- Brand: MoxezaGeneric: Moxifloxacin Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: NoctivaGeneric: Desmopressin Acetate Nasal Spray
- Brand: NovoLogGeneric: Insulin Aspart [rDNA origin] Inj
- Brand: NovoLog Mix 50/50Generic: 50% Insulin Aspart Protamine Suspension and 50% Insulin Aspart Injection
- Brand: OmnitropeGeneric: Somatropin [ rDNA origin] Injection
- Brand: OzempicGeneric: Semaglutide Injection
- Brand: PazeoGeneric: Olopatadine Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: PentasaGeneric: Mesalamine
- Brand: ProlensaGeneric: Bromfenac Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: RenovaGeneric: Tretinoin Emollient Cream 0.05%
- Brand: SaxendaGeneric: Liraglutide [rDNA Origin]) Injection
- Brand: Soliqua InjectionGeneric: Insulin Glargine and Lixisenatide
- Brand: SomavertGeneric: Pegvisomant
- Brand: VictozaGeneric: Liraglutide [rDNA] Injection
- Brand: VigamoxGeneric: Moxifloxacin
- Brand: VoltarenGeneric: Diclofenac Sodium
- Brand: ZagamGeneric: Sparfloxacin
- Brand: ZolpimistGeneric: Zolpidem Tartrate Oral Spray
- Brand: Neo-SynephrineGeneric: Phenylephrine Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Solution
- Brand: PertzyeGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: ViokaceGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: RenvelaGeneric: Sevelamer Carbonate
- Brand: Suprep Bowel Prep KitGeneric: sodium sulfate, potassium sulfate, and magnesium sulfate
Slideshows, Images, and Quizzes
- Heartburn (Acid Reflux, GERD): Causes and RemediesSource: OnHealth Optimized
Heartburn is a symptom of acid reflux that causes chest pain when stomach acid backs up into the esophagus. Heartburn symptoms may mimic chest pain that occurs during a heart attack. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) may produce other symptoms.
- Cholesterol Drugs: What to Expect With Heart MedicationSource: OnHealth
Has your doctor prescribed a new heart medication? Learn more about different prescription cholesterol drugs, what they do, and how they work to lower cholesterol.
- Gout Attack Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and DietSource: OnHealth Optimized
Gout attacks (gouty arthritis) are caused by crystals of uric acid deposits. Learn about symptoms, causes, treatments and medication for this painful condition.
- Gout Quiz: What is Gout? Is There a Gout Diet?Source: RxList
Take the Gout Quiz to test your knowledge of this unique type of arthritis and learn how uric acid and your diet may be affecting this painful joint condition.
- Picture of GoutSource: RxList
View an Illustration of Gout and learn more about Medical Anatomy and Illustrations.
- Picture of Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD)Source: RxList
View an Illustration of Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) and learn more about Medical Anatomy and Illustrations.
- Types of Warts: Symptoms, Removal, and TreatmentSource: OnHealth Optimized
Plantar warts, genital warts, common warts, flat warts, and filiform warts are caused by infection with members of the human papillomavirus (HPV) family. The main symptom of a wart is a fleshy growth. Most warts resolve within a few months to 2 years. A weak immune system may be a risk factor for warts in the genital region and elsewhere.
- GERD Quiz: Test Your Digestive Diseases IQSource: RxList
Could you have GERD? Take the GERD Quiz to learn the causes, symptoms, and treatments for this common digestive disease.
- Pregnancy Myths and Facts Quiz: Test Your Pregnancy IQSource: RxList
There are very many myths and facts about pregnancy. Take our Pregnancy Quiz to learn what is true and what is false about being pregnant.
- Apple Cider Vinegar: Myths and Facts About Benefits and RemediesSource: OnHealth Optimized
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has health benefits for weight loss, blood sugar regulation, and other concerns, but it is ineffective for other things. Consume a few tablespoons of vinegar diluted in water to protect your health. An acetic acid-forming bacterium Acetobacter helps make ACV.
- Healthy Living: 15 Healthy Ways to Use Lemons and LimesSource: WebMD - Health Tools
Lemons and limes are chock full of nutrients that can keep you healthy. Learn more about what they can do.
- Health and Beauty Uses for Baking Soda Source: WebMD - Health Tools
Baking soda is a kitchen staple. But it deserves a spot in your medicine cabinet, too. Here are the ways baking soda can help you stay healthy and clean.
- Nutritional Health: 19 Key Vitamins and Minerals Your Body NeedsSource: OnHealth Optimized
Minerals and vitamins are key nutrients your body needs to thrive. Vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, niacin, and riboflavin are just a few of these nutrients. Some vitamins act as antioxidants. Minerals serve many vital roles.
- Oral Health: What Bad Breath Says About Your HealthSource: OnHealth Optimized
Bad breath causes include snoring, gum disease, acid reflux, respiratory infections, tonsil stones, diabetes, liver failure, kidney failure, H. pylori, dehydration, infections, and use of certain medications. Bad breath cures or remedies depend on the underlying cause. Some people use bad breath toothpaste or mouthwash to combat the problem.
- Infertility Quiz: Test Your IQ of InfertilitySource: RxList
What do you know about infertility? What are the causes of infertility and different ways to be infertile? What are the treatments? Test your knowledge.
- Alcohol: How It Can Affect Your BodySource: OnHealth Optimized
Alcohol affects the body and brain by interfering with cognitive function, mood, balance, sleep, digestion, and the function of the liver, kidneys, heart, and pancreas. Alcohol affects hormones, hearing, immune function, body temperature, and bone and muscle strength.
- Diabetes: 12 Ways Too Much Sugar Harms Your BodySource: WebMD - Health Tools
The bitter truth: How too much sugar can harm your physical and mental health.
- Gout Diet: The Best and Worst Foods for Your MenuSource: OnHealth Optimized
Whether you get gout can depend on your diet. Some foods like red meat, alcohol, and high-fructose corn syrup in sodas can raise your risks. But other foods can reduce gout attacks. Limiting foods that cause gout in your diet can protect you from this painful joint condition, a type of arthritis.
Diseases, Conditions, and Procedures
- GERD (Acid Reflux, Heartburn)Source: MedicineNet
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), also called acid reflux, can cause symptoms like heartburn, chest pain, regurgitation, and nausea. Learn about causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
- Heartburn vs. Acid Reflux (Differences and Similarities)Source: MedicineNet
Heartburn is a symptom of a disease or condition, like acid reflux (GERD). Heartburn feels like a discomfort in the chest, or like a burning pain, around the heart area. Acid reflux symptoms include heartburn symptoms, in addition to a sore throat, upset stomach, problems swallowing, and nausea.
- GoutSource: MedicineNet
The buildup of uric acid crystals in a joint causes gout. Symptoms and signs include joint swelling (particularly the big toe), pain, redness, and heat. Read about gout diet, food to avoid, medication, treatment, diagnosis, and remedies.
- What Is Esophageal pH Monitoring?Source: MedicineNet
Esophageal pH monitoring is used to measure the reflux (regurgitation or backwash) of acid from the stomach into the esophagus and to diagnose gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Side effects of the procedure are few but may include mild discomfort in the back of the throat while the catheter is placed, and swallowing.
- Barrett's EsophagusSource: MedicineNet
Barrett's esophagus is a complication of chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn more about Barrett's estophagus, including symptoms, causes, treatment, cancer risk, related dysplasia, and survival rate.
- GERD (Acid Reflux) in Infants and ChildrenSource: MedicineNet
GERD (acid reflux) and GER in infants and children common symptoms that include frequent or recurring vomiting, cough, crying with feeding, heartburn, gas, abdominal pain, colic, feeding problems, and recurrent pneumonia.
- Fundoplication (Acid Reflux Surgery)Source: MedicineNet
Fundoplication is a surgery used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) by strengthening the barrier to acid reflux when the sphincter does not function normally.
- Reflux Laryngitis (Diet, Home Remedies, Medicine)Source: MedicineNet
Reflux laryngitis is a condition caused by GERD or acid backing up into the esophagus and vocal cords. The most common symptom of reflux laryngitis is heartburn. This type of laryngitis causes inflammation of the lining of the esophagus, which causes chronic hoarseness, cough, and throat clearing, difficulty swallowing, asthma, and sinusitis. Diet, home remedies, lifestyle changes, and OTC and prescription medication treat most cases of reflux laryngitis. Rarely, surgery is necessary.
- Vitamins and Calcium SupplementsSource: MedicineNet
Taking vitamins and calcium supplements can help you to meet your nutritional needs. Learn about vitamin deficiencies, drug interactions, food sources, health benefits and overdose and absorption information.
- MelasmaSource: MedicineNet
Melasma is a patchy brown discoloration of the skin on the face. When it occurs in pregnancy, it's called chloasma. Read about causes, signs, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and prognosis.
- Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors (Islet Cell Tumors)Source: Government
Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) form in the islet cells of the pancreas. Signs and symptoms vary depending upon the type of pancreatic NET. Read about prognosis, treatment, and staging.
- Heartburn During Pregnancy Source: MedicineNet
Heartburn during pregnancy is common due to high levels of hormones. Certain foods can aggravate heartburn, such as chocolate, fatty foods, peppermint, and chocolate. There are natural, home remedies like avoiding tight clothing, bending and moving correctly, and even chewing gum!
- Hiatal HerniaSource: MedicineNet
Hiatal hernia is caused by obesity, being pregnant, age, or thinning of the phrenoesophageal membrane. There are generally no symptoms of hiatal hernia, and it is incidentally discovered when a person is having tests for other conditions such as GERD.
- Esophagitis (Pain, Symptoms, Causes, Grades, and Cure)Source: MedicineNet
Esophagitis symptoms include difficult and painful swallowing, heartburn, mouth sores feeling something stuck in the throat, nausea, and vomiting. Learn how to recognize esophagitis symptoms, warning signs, and treatment.
- HeartburnSource: MedicineNet
Heartburn is a burning sensation in the throat from acid reflux. Symptoms of heartburn include chest pain, burning in the throat, and difficulty swallowing. Causes of heartburn include lifestyle habits or medical causes. Treatments for heartburn include OTC and prescription medication and lifestyle changes.
- Indigestion (Dyspepsia, Upset Stomach Pain)Source: MedicineNet
Indigestion (dyspepsia, upset stomach) can be caused by problems related to, or not related to the gastrointestinal tract. Signs and symptoms are upper abdominal pain, belching, nausea, vomiting, abdominal bloating, and abdominal distention. Treatment depends upon the cause.
- Vitamins & Exercise: Heart Attack Prevention SeriesSource: MedicineNet
Folic acid, B vitamins, homocysteine, antioxidants, and exercise can lower your risk factors for a heart attack. Exercise and vitamins play a key role in heart attack prevention, too.
- What Is Asthma? 19 Complex FactsSource: MedicineNet
There are many unusual symptoms of asthma, including sighing, difficulty sleeping, anxiety, chronic cough, recurrent walking pneumonia, and rapid breathing. These symptoms may vary from individual to individual. These asthma complexities make it difficult to accurately diagnose and treat asthma.
- Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Treatment DrugsSource: MedicineNet
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an abnormal heart rhythm that causes an irregular and rapid heartbeat. Medications to treat AFib include beta-blockers, blood thinners, and heart rhythm drugs. AFib medications can cause side effects.
- Swallowing Problems (Dysphagia)Source: MedicineNet
Dysphagia (swallowing problems) causes vary from physical obstructions, diseases of other organs or tissues, reduced saliva, and Alzheimer's disease. Dysphagia symptoms can be swallowing related and non-swallowing related.
- Peptic Ulcer (Stomach Ulcer) Source: MedicineNet
Peptic or stomach ulcers are ulcers in the lining of the stomach, duodenum, or esophagus. Learn about symptoms, causes, diet, and treatment.
- Types of Diabetes Type 2 MedicationsSource: MedicineNet
Consumer information about the types of type 2 diabetes medications. Read about the side effects of Precose, Diabinese, Amaryl, Glucophage, Actos, Avandia, Starlix, Prandin, and more. Drug interactions, dosing, storage, and breastfeeding and pregnancy safety information is provided.
- Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC) TreatmentSource: MedicineNet
Primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) treatment includes medications (for example, UDCA, corticosteroids, immunosuppressive drugs, and drugs to treat PBC symptoms) and sometimes surgery.
- Warts (Common Warts)Source: MedicineNet
Read about causes of common warts (viral), types (flat, seed, hand, mosaic, filiform, plantar), removal, home remedies, and treatment (salicylic acid). Warts are considered to be contagious.
- Homocysteine (Normal and Elevated Levels Blood Test)Source: MedicineNet
Homocysteine is an amino acid produced by the body and also is in your blood. When the levels get too high, it increases your risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Causes can be genetic (homocystinuria) or alcoholism. Treatments are individualized to each individual.
- Lower Cholesterol Levels with Diet and MedicationsSource: MedicineNet
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol is considered "good" cholesterol because it actually works to keep the LDL or "bad" cholesterol from building up in your arteries. Foods like extra lean meats, skim milk, and vegetable-based "butter-like" substitutes may help decrease LDL levels in the bloodstream.
- Keratosis Pilaris (KP)Source: MedicineNet
Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a skin condition in which white bumps appear on the upper arms, thighs, face and cheeks. Read about KP treatment, causes, diagnosis, home remedies, and prognosis.
- Spina Bifida (Anencephaly, Neural Tube Defects) in Babies and AdultsSource: Government
What is spina bifida, a type of neural tube defect? Causes of spina bifida may be genetic, nutritional (folic acid), or environmental. Prenatal vitamins during pregnancy may be a key factor in preventing spina bifida. Read about treatment, symptoms, diagnosis, complications, and more.
- Carcinoid Syndrome (Tumor)Source: MedicineNet
Carcinoid tumors in the lungs or gut often have no symptoms, however, they may cause carcinoid syndrome. Signs and symptoms of carcinoid syndrome may include facial flushing, diarrhea, heart disease, and "carcinoid crisis." The prognosis and survival rate of a person with carcinoid tumors or syndrome depends upon the patient's medical condition.
- ColposcopySource: MedicineNet
Learn about colposcopy, a procedure used to determine and examine the cervical and vaginal area for cervical cancer and other conditions. We discuss colposcopy biopsy, side effects, results, and treatments that may result, including hysterectomy.
- Heart Attack vs. HeartburnSource: MedicineNet
Heartburn is a symptom of a disease or medical problem such as GERD or diet (alcohol, fatty or spicy foods, coffee, and other acidic juices). Heart attack is caused by a blood clot completely blocking an artery, which causes lack of blood supply to that portion of the heart. Both conditions can cause symptoms of chest pain, nausea, vomiting, or pain radiating down an arm or down the back.
- WrinklesSource: MedicineNet
Wrinkles typically appear on the forehead and around the eyes, which are areas of the body that get a lot of sun exposure. Smoking, light skin type, hairstyle, the way you dress, your occupational and recreational habits, and heredity can cause wrinkles. Treatments for wrinkles include antioxidants, moisturizers, alpha-hydroxy acids, vitamin A acid, dermabrasion, microdermabrasion, glycolic acid peels, laser resurfacing, Botox, and fillers.
- Chest PainSource: MedicineNet
Chest pain can be caused by many diseases and conditions. Learn about 12 different causes, locations, symptoms, treatments, and diagnoses. If you have pain in the chest, see your doctor or other healthcare professional.
- Chemical PeelSource: MedicineNet
A chemical peel is a procedure that damages the skin in a controlled manner. Discover the benefits, risks, side effects, and dangers of the various types of chemical peels.
- ClaudicationSource: MedicineNet
Intermittent claudication symptoms include pain and cramping in the lower leg which comes and goes while walking or exercising. Intermittent claudication is caused by blocked arteries. Tests to diagnose claudication include imaging studies (ultrasound, CT, or MRA). Treatment guidelines for claudication depend on the severity of the condition.
- Corns and CallusesSource: MedicineNet
Corns and calluses (hyperkeratosis) are painful areas of thickened skin that appear on the hands, between the toes, and on the soles of the feet. Read about causes, treatment, home remedies, symptoms, signs, and removal, and see pictures.
- CystinuriaSource: MedicineNet
Learn about the inherited disease cystinuria, an excess of cystine/cystine kidney stones in the urine. Learn how you get kidney stones through inheritance, passing kidney stones, what causes kidney stones, symptoms of kidney stones, kidney stone pain, and kidney stone treatment.
- High Red Blood Cell Count (Polycythemia)Source: MedicineNet
Polycythemia (high red blood cell count) is a condition in which the body's red blood cells are elevated. Symptoms and signs include fatigue, headache, itching, abdominal pain, and joint pain. Learn about polycythemia causes, treatment, life expectancy, types, and more.
- What Is Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE)?Source: MedicineNet
Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is an inflammation of the esophagus. Symptoms include heartburn, difficulty swallowing food, abdominal pain, and food getting stuck in the throat. Eosinophilic esophagitis treatment usually involves medications such as proton pump inhibitors and swallowed fluticasone propionate or budesonide.
- NeuroblastomaSource: Government
Get the facts on neuroblastoma symptoms, signs, diagnosis, stages, treatment, types, research, prognosis and statistics. This form of adrenal cancer strikes children under 5 years of age.
- Raynaud's PhenomenonSource: MedicineNet
Raynaud's phenomenon symptoms and signs include the fingers turning white, then blue, and then red after exposure to cold temperature or emotional events. Read about treatment, causes, and diagnosis, plus, see pictures.
- Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA, Mini-Stroke)Source: MedicineNet
Read about transient ischemia attacks (TIA, mini-stroke) symptoms such as confusion, weakness, loss of function to one side of the body, slurred speech, and lethargy. TIA is a medical emergency.
- What Is the Best Treatment for Psoriasis?Source: MedicineNet
Psoriasis is an incurable, chronic autoimmune disorder of the skin that causes patches of thick, flaky, scaly skin, mostly around the scalp, knees, and elbows, though any skin surface may be involved. Some people experience only small patches while others have red, inflamed skin and thick scaly patches all over the body. The exact cause of psoriasis is not clear, but it isn’t contagious.
- Tips for Managing Type 1 and 2 Diabetes at HomeSource: MedicineNet
Learn about diabetic home care and monitoring to keep your diabetes under control. Information includes: diet, exercise, medication therapy, blood glucose strips, glucose meters, urine glucose tests, and tests for urinary ketones.
- Infant FormulasSource: MedicineNet
Read a comparison of formula feeding and breastfeeding benefits, and learn about homemade formulas and how to choose the healthiest infant formula for your baby.
- Kidney Stones (Nephrolithiasis)Source: MedicineNet
Kidney stones form when there is a decrease in urine volume and/or an excess of stone-forming substances in the urine. Read about kidney stone (mephrolithiasis) pain, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, surgery, causes, types, diet, and more.
- Lowering Triglycerides NaturallySource: MedicineNet
Lower triglycerides naturally with diet, remedies (fish oil, niacin, fiber, alpha-lipoic acid), exercise, weight loss, reducing alcohol and more. Lowering triglycerides helps reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, obesity, and other conditions.
- Vegetarian and Vegan DietSource: MedicineNet
Get the facts on the different types of vegetarian and vegan diets, the benefits and disadvantages of each diet, and see the vegan and vegetarian food pyramid guides. Learn about vitamins and supplements and recipe resources.
- How to Get Rid of Common Warts FastSource: MedicineNet
Common warts are growths on the top of the epidermis (skin) and caused by the HPV virus. Home remedies to cure common warts like duct tape, hipnosis, or garlic haven't proven to be effective. Over-the-counter (OTC) products to freeze the wart (cryotherapy) and salicylic acid to chemically burn the wart off. Both of these products should be used carefully as not to burn the skin, face, or around the eyes. Dermatologists treat common and plantar warts.
- Cough: 19 Tips on How to Stop a CoughSource: MedicineNet
How can you stop a cough naturally? Learn about 19 tips to stop nighttime and persistent cough. Causes of excessive coughing include prescription medications, allergies, cigarette smoke, heart disease, and infections. Home remedies include natural herbs and supplements like ginger, honey, turmeric, and mint.
- Pregnancy Diet (Menu Plans)Source: MedicineNet
Learn about healthy eating during pregnancy, what foods to avoid, staying on a vegetarian diet, dealing with lactose intolerance, pregnancy food cravings, and foods to eat when you are not feeling well during pregnancy.
- Fabry Disease Source: MedicineNet
Is Fabry disease fatal? Fabry disease is a rare genetic condition that affects mostly males. Symptoms are decreased sweating, fever, small, raised reddish-purple blemishes, burning sensations in the hands, and problems with the gastrointestinal system. Medications can help manage and relieve symptoms, but there's no cure for the disease.
- AchalasiaSource: MedicineNet
Achalasia is a disease of the esophagus that mainly affects young adults. Achalasia makes it difficult to swallow, can cause chest pain, and may lead to regurgitation. Here we discuss achalasia symptoms, surgery, treatment, and causes. Learn the definition of achalasia and what you can do to treat the disease.
- Acne (Pimples)Source: MedicineNet
Everyone gets acne at some time, the right time to treat it is when it becomes bothersome or when the potential for scarring develops. Learn what causes, symptoms and what prevents pimples. What is cystic acne and blackhead looks like?
- Chronic Rhinitis and Post-Nasal Drip Source: MedicineNet
Chronic rhinitis (non allergic rhinitis) causes runny nose, sneezing, nasal itching and congestion. Post-nasal drip is drainage of mucus from the sinuses into the throat. Treatment includes over-the-counter (OTC) medications.
- LeprosySource: MedicineNet
Learn about leprosy (Hansen's disease), a disfiguring disease caused by the Mycobacterium leprae bacteria. Read about symptoms and signs (skin lesions), history, treatment, medications, and transmission of this contagious disease. Plus, see pictures.
- Omega-3 Fatty AcidsSource: MedicineNet
Omega-3 fatty acids are a class of essential fatty acids. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids include certain types of fish, walnuts, and canola oil. Researchers believe that a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce the risk of having a heart attack.
- Pregnancy and Drugs (Prescription and OTC)Source: Government
Are over-the-counter drugs, prescription drugs, or vitamin supplements safe while you are pregnant? Find out what medications may put you or your baby at risk.
- Pregnancy Planning (Tips)Source: MedicineNet
Planning to become pregnant can involve eating healthier foods, avoiding alcohol and certain medications, getting vaccinated against certain infections to prevent birth defects, taking prenatal vitamins, and knowing how soon you can conceive after stopping birth control.
- PsoriasisSource: MedicineNet
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin disease. There are many types of psoriasis: guttate, plaque, inverse, erythrodermic, and pustular. Red dry flakes, silvery-white skin scales, and plaques of raised skin are common symptoms and signs. Read how diet impacts psoriasis, and learn if it's contagious.
- Spherocytosis (Hereditary, HS)Source: MedicineNet
Consumer information about hereditary spherocytosis, a condition in which a person's red blood cells are spherical in shape rather the normal concave disk shape of red blood cells. Symptoms of hereditary spherocytosis include jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes), enlarged spleen, gallbladder problems, and anemia.
- AlkaptonuriaSource: Government
Learn about alkaptonuria, an inherited condition that causes urine to turn black when exposed to air. Conditions associated with alkaptonuria are arthritis, kidney and prostate stones, and heart problems.
- Cholesterol ManagementSource: MedicineNet
Read about cholesterol management including what cholesterol test results, ratios, and different levels mean. Learn about cholesterol medications, goals for treatment, and foods and dietary strategies to balance cholesterol levels.
- SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)Source: MedicineNet
SIBO, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is a condition in which bacteria that lives in the large colon moves into the small colon causing symptoms of gas; and abdominal pain, bloating, and distention. SIBO is associated with diseases like IBS, Crohn's, liver disease, alcohol abuse, and fatty liver.
- Allergy Treatment Begins at HomeSource: MedicineNet
Learn about home allergy treatment and managing your environment to reduce allergies. Read about remedies and products to reduce allergens, including dust covers, carpet care items, and cleaning agents to reduce allergens.
- Drug-Induced Liver DiseaseSource: MedicineNet
Drug-induced liver disease comes in many types, and has many potential causes. Find out about drug-induced liver disease treatment, signs, and symptoms like itching, easy bruising, and jaundice, and learn how certain drugs can cause liver disease.
- Protect Your Teeth: 19 Bad Dental Habits to AvoidSource: MedicineNet
Learn how to protect your teeth by avoiding these 19 bad dental habits. Grinding teeth, chewing on ice, and playing sports without a mouth guard are just a few things to avoid to keep your smile intact.
- Carotid Artery DiseaseSource: MedicineNet
Find information on symptoms of carotid artery disease and how the decrease of blood flow to the brain can lead to a mini-stroke (TIA) or stroke.
- CavitiesSource: MedicineNet
Read about causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of dental cavities (caries, or tooth decay) in babies, toddlers, children, and adults, including in pregnant women.
- Hernia (Abdominal Hernia)Source: MedicineNet
Learn hernia symptoms, types, surgery and nonsurgical treatments, and causes (can you get a hernia from coughing). Discover which surgeons repair the most common abdominal hernias: inguinal hernia, hiatal hernia, umbilical hernia.
- Menstrual Cramps and PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) TreatmentSource: MedicineNet
Read about menstrual cramps and PMS (premenstrual syndrome) over-the-counter and prescription medications to relieve menstrual cramps and PMS symptoms.
- Pernicious AnemiaSource: MedicineNet
Pernicious anemia is a type of blood disorder caused when the body does not make enough red blood cells due to lack of vitamin B12. Pernicious anemia causes a variety of symptoms and signs, for example, feelings of weakness, numbness, tingling, and personality changes. Treatment of pernicious anemia is an injection of vitamin B12 for life. Untreated pernicious anemia can be permanent and cause death.
- RosaceaSource: MedicineNet
Learn the symptoms, treatment, and diet for rosacea (adult acne), a skin condition that causes facial redness, dilated blood vessels, and ocular rosacea (in advanced cases). Rosacea dietary triggers include alcohol and chocolate.
- StrokeSource: MedicineNet
What is a stroke, and what happens when you have a stroke? Learn about the different types of stroke (ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke), warning signs, symptoms, causes, treatment, and prevention of each, including four FAST signs and symptoms.
- Colon Cancer PreventionSource: MedicineNet
Colon cancer is preventable and curable if it is detected early. Get information about risk factors, available screening procedures and tests, and genetic testing information for colon cancer.
- OsteopeniaSource: MedicineNet
Osteopenia is a bone condition characterized by bone loss that is not as severe as in osteoporosis. Read about treatment, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, medications, and prevention information.
- PhenylketonuriaSource: Government
Phenylketonuria (PKU), an inherited disorder in which signs and symptoms vary from mild to severe such as seizures, developmental delay, behavioral problems, and psychiatric disorders. PKU is an inherited disorder.
- Sun-Sensitive Drugs (Photosensitivity to Drugs)Source: MedicineNet
Drug photosensitivity is caused by a phototoxic or photoallergic reaction to certain medications and sunlight. Symptoms include burning, itching, stinging, redness, blisters, and swelling of the affected areas. See pictures and sun-sensitive drugs list.
- Types of Antacids MedicationsSource: RxList
Information about antacids used to treat heartburn, gastritis, esophagitis, duodenitis, ulcers, calcium deficiencies, hyperphosphatemia, low phosphate levels, and postmenopausal osteoporosis. Including side effects, types, uses, and drug interactions.
- Heartburn (GERD)Source: RxList
Read about heartburn causes like alcohol, caffeine, medications, drinks (juice), food (fruits), smoking, pregnancy, obesity, and medical conditions. Treatment and prevention information is included.
- Seizure MedicationsSource: RxList
Learn about seizure medications, their side effects, a list of common antiseizure medications and their uses.
- About Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Type 2 DiabetesSource: WebMD Health News
Studies suggest that they might also help with type 2 diabetes. For many years, high doses of alpha-lipoic acid supplements have been used in parts of Europe for certain types of nerve damage.
- FDA Approves Zurampic for GoutSource: RxList
he U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Zurampic (lesinurad) to treat high levels of uric acid in the blood (hyperuricemia) associated with gout, when used in combination with a xanthine oxidase inhibitor (XOI), a type of drug approved to reduce the production of uric acid in the body.
- Gout: DASH Diet Lowers Serum Uric AcidSource: Other
The Mediterranean-modeled DASH diet lowers elevated serum uric acid levels to almost the same extent as pharmacological preparations in individuals at risk for gout, a large intervention trial indicates.
- Acid Reflux Drugs Might Increase FracturesSource: WebMD Health News
Learn more about the link between acid reflux (or GERD) drugs, such as Aciphex, Nexium, Prevacid, Prilosec and Protonix, and their link to osteoporosis-related fractures.
- Are Acid Reflux Drugs Overused?Source: WebMD Health News
According to a series of studies presented here at the American College of Gastroenterology's annual meeting, man people who take popular antacid pills like Aciphex, Dexilant, Nexium, Prevacid, Prilosec, and Protonix don't need them.
- FDA Approves Cholbam to Treat Rare Bile Acid Synthesis DisordersSource: FDA
- FDA Clears Obeticholic Acid for Primary Biliary CholangitisSource: WebMD Health News
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted accelerated approval of obeticholic acid (Ocaliva, Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc) for the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) in combination with ursodeoxycholic (UDCA) in adults who fail to respond adequately to UDCA, or as monotherapy in adults who cannot tolerate UDCA.
- FDA OKs Multipathogen Nucleic Acid Test for CNS InfectionsSource: FDA
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first nucleic acid-based test of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that can simultaneously detect 14 pathogens responsible for central nervous system (CNS) infections.
- Folic Acid Slows Chronic Kidney Disease ProgressionSource: Other
A daily dose of folic acid may slow the decline of renal function in people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) who live in areas without folic acid fortification, the authors of a new study report.
- Folic Acid, B12 May Increase Cancer RiskSource: WebMD Health News
New research shows that some cancers may be promoted by supplements like folic acid and vitamin B12 taken in large doses.
- High Uric Acid Linked to Both Gout and DiabetesSource: WebMD Health News
High uric acid levels in the blood are associated with a nearly 20% increased risk of developing diabetes and a more than 40% increased risk of developing kidney disease, according to a new study.
- Inflammation, Not Acid, Cause of GERD, Study SuggestsSource: RxList
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) may be caused by an immune reaction, rather than direct chemical injury from stomach acids, according to results from a small, single-center study published online May 17 in JAMA.
- Men, Women May Experience Acid Reflux DifferentlySource: WebMD Health News
According to a new study, men and women experience symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux differently.
- Quick Treatment With Tranexamic Acid Key for HemorrhageSource: WebMD Health News
Immediate treatment with tranexamic acid reduces the risk for death by 70% for people with severe bleeding, researchers say. However, rapid treatment initiation is important, as even short delays are associated with reductions in benefit.
- Study: Acid Reflux on the RiseSource: WebMD Health News
According to one of the largest studies ever to examine the issue, the prevalence of weekly heartburn and other symptoms associated with acid reflux rose by almost 50% over the last decade.
- Study: Stomach Acid Drugs Linked to Fracture RiskSource: WebMD Health News
A new study shows that long-term, regular users of a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) such as Nexium, Prevacid, Prilosec, and Protonix appear to have a heightened risk of fractures.
- Omega-6 PUFAs in Diet Seem to Cut Diabetes RiskSource: WebMD Health News
High serum omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty-acid (PUFA) levels are associated with a significantly reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.
- Heartburn Drugs Linked to Pneumonia RiskSource: WebMD Health News
One out of every 200 patients being treated with gastric acid suppressive drugs may develop pneumonia, new research suggests.
- Fatty Foods May Raise Ulcerative Colitis RiskSource: WebMD Health News
See which fatty foods may cause ulcerative colitis.
- Asthma Patients Don't Need PPI DrugsSource: WebMD Health News
Find out more about why acid reflux drugs, called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) don't help asthma patients.
- Single-Dose Drug Decreases Bone Loss in Newly Treated HIVSource: WebMD Health News
Just one dose of zoledronic acid given at the start of antiretroviral therapy (ART) may prevent ART-associated bone loss during the first 48 weeks of therapy, according to a study published online May 18 in Clinical Infectious Diseases.
- Cheap Drug Cuts Maternal Deaths Due to Postpartum HemorrhageSource: WebMD Health News
Among women with postpartum hemorrhage, administration of tranexamic acid significantly reduces death due to bleeding, with no evidence of any adverse effects, results of a randomized controlled trial show.
- Epilepsy Drug in Pregnancy Raises Spina Bifida RiskSource: WebMD Health News
A study shows that babies born to women who take the antiseizure drug carbamazepine have a more than twofold increased risk for the birth defect spina bifida.
- Gout Drug Reduces Teen High Blood PressureSource: WebMD Health News
Learn more about how the gout drug allopurinol and how it might help teens lower their high blood pressure, also called hypertension.
- Cardiac MRI Shows Post-MI Remodeling Gains From High-Dose Omega-3 Fatty AcidsSource: WebMD Health News
Half a year of treatment with a high dose of omega-3 acid ethyl ester (Lovaza, GlaxoSmithKline) in patients with a recent MI surpassed placebo in mitigating adverse cardiac remodeling.
- FDA Approves First Generic EsomeprazoleSource: FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved the first generic version of Nexium (esomeprazole magnesium delayed-release capsules) to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in adults and children ages 1 and older.
- FDA Panel Backs Lesinurad (Zurampic) for GoutSource: FDA
An advisory committee to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voted 10 to 4 to recommend lesinurad (Zurampic, AstraZeneca) 200 mg once daily for the treatment of gout-associated hyperuricemia, in combination with a xanthine oxidase inhibitor (XOI). The advisory committee voted unanimously that the company presented substantial evidence in favor of the drug's efficacy; the panel voted with narrow margins (7 yes, 6 no, 1 abstention) in favor of the drug's safety.
- Olive Oil May Protect Against Ulcerative ColitisSource: WebMD Health News
New research suggests that people might be able to protect themselves against ulcerative colitis with two or three daily teaspoons of olive oil.
- Drug Already on Market May Be a Boon to Gout PatientsSource: WebMD Health News
For many people with gout, a drug already on the market may provide relief.
- FDA Approves First Generic Versions of Aciphex to treat GERDSource: FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved the first generic versions of Aciphex (rabeprazole sodium) delayed-release tablets, used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in adults and adolescents (ages 12 and up).
- Gout on the Rise in the U.S.Source: WebMD Health News
New research indicates that gout has become a more common medical issue in the United States in the past two decades, at least in part because of the nation's obesity crisis and a greater frequency of high blood pressure among the populace.
- Higher Omega-3 Levels Linked to Healthier AgingSource: WebMD Health News
Higher serum levels of serum omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFAs) are associated with healthy aging in adults, defined as survival without chronic disease, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, lung disease, or severe chronic kidney disease, a new study suggests.
- Why Coffee May Reduce Diabetes RiskSource: WebMD Health News
Read about how coffee may reduce diabetes risk.
- CHMP Recommends Lesinurad (Zurampic) for GoutSource: FDA
The European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) recommended granting marketing authorization for lesinurad (Zurampic, AstraZeneca AB) for the treatment of hyperuricemia in combination with a xanthine oxidase inhibitor in adults with gout.
- FDA Approves New Drug For GoutSource: FDA
The FDA has approved Krystexxa (pegloticase) to treat the painful condition known as gout in adults who do not respond to or who cannot tolerate conventional therapy.
- Fish Oil Supplementation Can Mitigate Disuse Atrophy in WomenSource: WebMD Health News
Fish oil supplementation can slow muscle loss during periods of immobilization, a study has found. The study was published online January 10 in the FASEB Journal.
- Omega-3s Linked to Lower Dementia RiskSource: WebMD Health News
- FDA Approves Ocaliva for Rare, Chronic Liver DiseaseSource: RxList
Tthe U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted accelerated approval for Ocaliva (obeticholic acid) for the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) in combination with ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) in adults with an inadequate response to UDCA, or as a single therapy in adults unable to tolerate UDCA.
- FDA OKs Gleolan, First Fluorescing Agent for Glioma SurgerySource: WebMD Health News
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved aminolevulinic acid hydrochloride (Gleolan, NX Development), the first fluorescing optical imaging agent approved for use with gliomas.
- Fighting Gout With Skim Milk and WaterSource: WebMD Health News
There's a new reason to drink plenty of water and skim milk: both may help to prevent painful gout attacks.
- Hypertension May Get Help From Gout DrugSource: WebMD Health News
Find out more about how gout drugs may lower blood pressure.
- New Drug for Common Liver Disease Improves Liver HealthSource: FDA
- Seizure Drug May Extend Lives of Brain Cancer PatientsSource: WebMD Health News
A study shows that when added to standard treatment, an older seizure drug called valproic acid may extend the lives of people with brain cancer by an average of three months.
- Age, Drinking Raise Women's Gout RiskSource: WebMD Health News
New research shows that women who consume five or more drinks per week are at greater risk for developing a painful form of arthritis known as gout.
- FDA Clears First Fixed-Dose Combination Treatment for GoutSource: WebMD Health News
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Duzallo (Ironwood Pharmaceuticals), a fixed-dose oral combination of lesinurad (Zurampic, AstraZeneca) and allopurinol (multiple brands), for the treatment of hyperuricemia associated with gout in patients for whom target serum uric acid (sUA) levels have not been acheived with allopurinol alone.
- FAQ: Heartburn Meds and Health RisksSource: WebMD Health News
About 21 million Americans have used prescription heartburn medications called proton pump inhibitors to help ease pain and discomfort after they eat. But does that help come at a price?
- Supplement May Give Older Athletes an EdgeSource: WebMD Health News
Learn about a supplement that may help older athletes boost their bodies natural exercise capabilities on RxList.com
- FDA Approved Kanuma for Rare DiseaseSource: FDA
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Kanuma (sebelipase alfa) as the first treatment for patients with a rare disease known as lysosomal acid lipase (LAL) deficiency.
- FDA Pulls Approval of Niacin, Fibrate in Combo with StatinsSource: WebMD Health News
Citing a lack of cardiovascular benefit, the FDA is taking the unusual step of withdrawing approvals it had previously given for use of niacin and fenofibric acid with statins to treat high cholesterol.
- Top 10 Heartburn FoodsSource: WebMD Health News
From coffee and alcohol to tomatoes and grapefruit, here are helpful tips for avoiding foods that may trigger heartburn.
- Drug Could Be a Lifesaver for Accident VictimsSource: WebMD Health News
Read about a new drug called tranexamic acid that could save the lives of accident victims.
- Use of Dietary Supplements on the RiseSource: WebMD Health News
According to the CDC, more than one-half of U.S adults take dietary supplements.
- Vitamins May Lower Risk of Birth ComplicationSource: WebMD Health News
According to a new study, women who take a multivitamin every day around the time of conception appear to have a reduced risk for delivering low-birth weight babies.
- Do Vitamin Supplements Make Sense?Source: WebMD Health News
Experts on both sides of the debate say that despite discouraging headlines, it's still smart for some people to take supplements, depending on their individual nutritional needs.
- New Gout Drug Recommended for FDA ApprovalSource: WebMD Health News
Learn more about the new gout drug Uloric that is being recommended for approval by an FDA panel. If approved, Uloric will be the second drug to treat gout, along with allopurinol (Zyloprim).
- Birth Defects are CostlySource: FDA
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month.
- Do You Know About Thalassemia?Source: FDA
Thalassemia is a serious condition that can lead to organ damage and even death. Find out more about related health problems treatment, CDC's work, and what you can do to make a difference.
- Endoscopy Overused in Heartburn PatientsSource: WebMD Health News
Acid reflux is the most common reason U.S. adults undergo a procedure where a viewing tube is put down their throat. But many people don't need it, according to new advice from one of internal medicine's main professional groups.
- FDA Approves Xuriden to Treat Autosomal Recessive DisorderSource: FDA
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Xuriden (uridine triacetate), the first FDA-approved treatment for patients with hereditary orotic aciduria.
- Fish Oil Supplements Increase MemorySource: WebMD Health News
Learn more about how omega-3 fatty acids found in fish may help protect against Alzheimer's disease.
- WHO Clears 15-Minute, Easy-to-Use Test for EbolaSource: WebMD Health News
The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved the first rapid test for Ebola virus disease for use in hard-hit countries.
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids Help Brain Age BetterSource: WebMD Health News
People with low levels of the omega-3 fatty acids are more likely to have memory problems, according to a new study.
- OTC Antacids Containing Aspirin: Serious Bleeding RiskSource: FDA
The FDA is warning consumers about the risk of serious bleeding when using nonprescription, also known as over-the-counter or OTC, aspirin-containing antacid products to treat heartburn, sour stomach, acid indigestion, or upset stomach.
- Baked Fish Beats Fried for Omega-3 BoostSource: WebMD Health News
Baked fish is better for heart health than fried, salted, or dried for a rich omega-3 fatty acid boost.
- Foods to Avoid if You Want to Avoid Gout AttacksSource: WebMD Health News
You may want to pass on the liver and keep the anchovies off the pizza if you have gout.
- Vitamin E and Fatty Acids May Ease PMSSource: WebMD Health News
A study shows that a supplement containing vitamin E and essential fatty acids may help reduce symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
- Folic acid
- Essential fatty acid
- Acid rain
- Acetic acid
- Acid deposition
- Acid indigestion
- Acid phosphatase
- Acid reflux
- Acid, amino
- Acid, bile
- Acid, fatty
- Acid, folic
- Acid, nucleic
- Acid, pantothenic
- Acid, trans fatty
- Acid-base balance
- Alpha linolenic acid
- Alpha-linolenic acid
- Amino acid
- Amino acid symbols
- Amino acid, branched-chain
- Amino acid, essential
- Amino acid, nonessential
- Aristolochic acid
- Ascorbic acid
- Aspartic acid
- Balance, acid-base
- Bile acid
- Bile acid resin
- Butyric acid
- Carbolic acid
- Conjugated linoleic acid
- Deoxyribonucleic acid
- Disease, phytanic acid storage
- Docosahexaenoic acid
- Eicosapentaenoic acid
- Esophageal acid infusion test
- Fatty acid
- Fatty acid, trans
- Folinic acid
- Gamma linolenic acid
- Gamma-linolenic acid
- Glutamic acid
- Homogentisic acid oxidase deficiency
- Hyaluronic acid
- Hybridization, nucleic acid
- Lysergic acid diethylamide
- Nicotinic acid
- Nucleic acid
- Nucleic acid hybridization
- Pantothenic acid
- Perchloric acid
- Perfluorinated acid
- Perfluorooctanoic acid
- Phosphatase, acid
- Phytanic acid storage disease
- Prostate acid phosphatase
- Prostatic acid phosphatase
- Resin, bile acid
- Retinoic acid syndrome
- Ribonucleic acid (RNA)
- Salicylic acid
- Trans fatty acid
- Uric acid
- Vitamin B -- nicotinic acid
- Vitamin B -- pantothenic acid
- Vitamin B5
- Bernstein test
- Refsum disease
- Lactic acidosis
- Fatty acids
- Anti-reflux surgery (fundoplication)
- GERD surgery (fundoplication)
- Reflux surgery (fundoplication)
- Surgery, anti-reflux (fundoplication)
- Surgery, GERD (fundoplication)
- Surgery, reflux (fundoplication)
- Omega-3 fatty acids
- Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
- Kidney stones, cystine
- Acetyl phosphate
- Defect, neural tube
- Glucuronosyltransferase, UDP-
- Transaminase biochemistry
- Antifreeze poisoning
- Arthritis, gout
- Differentiation therapy
- Ethylene glycol poisoning
- Mutation, missense
- Poisoning, antifreeze
- Poisoning, ethylene glycol
- Persantine thallium scan
- Citrulline antibody
- Cushing's ulcer
- Evolutionarily conserved sequence
- Hybridization, in situ
- Nucleic acids
- Qualified health claim
- Sickle hemoglobin
- Stones, cystine kidney
- Syndrome, Zollinger-Ellison
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B15
- Vitamin B1
- ASA (drug caution code)
- Transforming principle
- Anticoagulant agent
- Carbon dioxide content
- Chinese restaurant syndrome
- Crick, Francis
- Fluorescent in situ hybridization
- Gouty arthritis
- Hybridization, fluorescent in situ
- In situ hybridization, fluorescent
- Monosodium glutamate
- Mutation, point
- Neural tube defect
- Systemic mastocytosis
- Watson, James
- Esophageal reflux
- Reflux, esophageal
- Acetyl coenzyme A
- Alkaline water
- B-type natriuretic peptide
- Conservative mutation
- Contact eczema
- Cyclic citrullinated peptide
- Disulfaram-like reaction
- DNA polymerase
- Eczema, contact
- F (symbol)
- Flax seed
- In situ hybridization
- Missense mutation
- Polymerase, DNA
- Ribonucleoprotein (RNP)
- RNA, transfer
- Strontium ranelate
- Transport disease, cystine
- Uridine monophosphate
- Zinc finger
- Cystine kidney stones
- Cystine transport disease
- Reflux disease, gastroesophageal (GERD)
- DNA, mitochondrial
- Duchenne muscular dystrophy
- Alpha-Linolenic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Alpha-Lipoic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Conjugated Linoleic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Ellagic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Folic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Gamma Linolenic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Humic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Hyaluronic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Lauric AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Pangamic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Para-Aminobenzoic Acid (Paba)Source: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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- Tannic AcidSource: Therapeutic Research Faculty
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