PhenQ 2020 Review: Pros & Cons, Ingredient and Results
PhenQ, is our topic for discussion in today’s article, as this nutritional supplement shows increasing popularity in public.
As Overdoses from Opioids Fall, Those from Meth Rise
In a study published by JAMA Psychiatry methamphetamine overdose deaths rose dramatically over an eight-year period from 2011-2018
FDA Approves First Generic for Glucagon
Up until now, those with diabetes whose blood glucose levels sank to dangerous levels had no choice but to pay brand name prices for glucagon.
This Week, Another Metformin Recall
The FDA announces another recall of metformin, the type 2 diabetes medication, because of possible carcinogenic contamination.
FDA Warns Against Buying Tainted ED, Weight Loss Products
The FDA went shopping online and found that many male enhancement and weight loss products include potentially harmful ingredients not listed on the label.
Testogen: Review of One of the Most Popular Testosterone Boosting Supplements
Testogen, a 100% natural product, is appropriate for any man interested in his health and wellness.
A Drug Mix-Up Prompts a Recall
A mistake at a drug packaging plant caused Viagra and an antidepressant. once used for erectile dysfunction, to be mixed up.
Pfizer Vaccine Inches to Approval; More Questions Raised over AZ’s Shot
The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for Covid-19 has taken another big step forward after the FDA released the findings of its safety report.
CBD Users, Driving Is Probably Okay: Study
Can smoking CBD affect someone’s driving? This new study had a surprising answer.
South of the Border, Cannabis Is About to Become Legal
Recreational marijuana is poised to become legal in Mexico and decriminalized by the US House. What will this mean?
Red Eyes? Their Owner Could Use Dirty Needles
The opioid epidemic in the United States should prompt eye doctors to ask patients, seeking care for red and inflamed eyes, about their drug use.
Calculating the Risk of Covid When Receiving Cancer Treatment
A new app identifies for cancer patients the least risky time they could contract Covid-19 when receiving their cancer treatments.