Congress last week passed a bill to address the proliferation and intensification of domestic opioid abuse.
3D-printed pills could allow doctors to set customized dosages, reducing the risk of side effects.
The FDA has issued new warnings against a battery of anti-inflammatory drugs.
If proven effective, the drug would also be cheaper than current HIV treatments.
In other Ebola news, American patient Brantly may be discharged soon.
Apparently MERS can be transmitted from camels, and there’s good news about possible treatments.
Testing on monkeys has prevented the transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Man who suffered anal search, colonoscopy, and 3 enemas at hands of NM local law enforcement receives justice.
They found nothing. He’s suing.
The drug turns your skin leathery and scaly before it rots off your body. Life expectancy of a user is 2-3 yrs.
Equally surprising – no joke – the rats preferred to open the Oreos and eat the creamy white filling first.
NSA gives data to DEA. DEA uses it to arrest people, then lies in court about its source. What could be wrong?
Brings news meaning to the phrase “getting high.”