The Food and Drug Administration is sending a warning about a popular flu-fighter.
The FDA reports more than 100 cases of delirium, hallucinations and other unusual psychiatric behavior in kids who took Tamiflu.
Both the FDA and the drug maker says there is no concrete evidence that Tamiflu caused the problems because they might have been triggered by the flu itself.
At any rate, the agency is updating the label to suggest that patients be closely monitored while taking Tamiflu.
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Kidney dialysis patients in the United States have high rates of prescriptions for opioid painkillers and many also receive high doses of the potentially addictive drugs, a new study finds.
If mom is an insomniac, her kids are likely to be poor sleepers, too.
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If so, you’re not alone - most adults in the United States still prefer coffee, making it America’s morning beverage of choice.
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