What Is Truvada Used For? 
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What Is Onglyza Used For?

Onglyza—also known by its generic name, saxagliptin—is a popular type 2 diabetes treatment. It is manufactured jointly by pharmaceutical giants Bristol-Myers Squibb and AstraZeneca. Onglyza was first approved… Read More

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What Is Truvada Used For? 

Truvada (also known by the generic name emtricitabine-tenofovir, or TDF) is a type of medication used to help control human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Truvada works to lower the… Read More

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Can Lamictal Cause SJS?

What is Lamictal? Lamictal is an anti-convulsant medication, also known by its generic name, lamotrigine. The drug is mostly used to prevent seizures, but can also used as… Read More

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Is There a Recall on Zantac?

A recall on Zantac and generic versions of its active ingredient ranitidine has left some consumers wondering what medications are safe to ingest. An impurity called NDMA (N-Nitrosodimethylamine)… Read More

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What Is Risperdal Used For?

Atypical antipsychotic Risperdal, used for years to control symptoms of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, also has been prescribed to treat other mental illnesses. When Did the FDA Approve… Read More

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Why Was Zantac Recalled?

Zantac is the brand name for the drug ranitidine. Ranitidine belongs to a class of drugs called histamine-2 blockers, which relieve and prevent heartburn, as well as ulcers… Read More

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Is Aurobindo Valsartan Recalled?

Many patients taking popular blood pressure medications containing valsartan, including Aurobindo valsartan, have been subjected to numerous recalls since contamination with NDEA and NDMA was found in international… Read More

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Does Zantac Cause Cancer?

On the heels of recent recalls, both consumers and the medical community have been asking “does Zantac cause cancer?” and the answer is quite possibly yes. A small… Read More