Drug Safety

FDA Quickly Approves 'Compassionate Use' of Chloroquine, Trump Calls It “Game-Changer”

19 Mar: FDA Quickly Approves ‘Compassionate Use’ of Chloroquine, Trump Calls It “Game-Changer”

Breaking News – FDA Just approved  chloroquine, a cheap, decades-old treatment for mosquito-borne disease, is effective for treating covid-19 The commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that the agency is has approved “compassionate use” of old anti-malarial pill called Chloroquine or Hydroxychloroquine (prices on eDrugSearch.com start at $0.32) and pursuit of other anti-viral therapies to fight COVID-19. President Donald Trump previously held a teleconference with state governors on Thursday at FEMA headquarters and discussed possible treatments for coronavirus. Trump commended the partnership between the FDA and private sector to develop vaccines and therapies to combat the novel coronavirus. Trump sang the praises of chloroquine, calling it a potential a “game-changer,” while seeming to stumble over the regulatory path required to give it to a…

prozac for ocd

22 Feb: Prozac for OCD: Pros, Cons and Medication Guide

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a relatively common mental health disorder. About two percent of American adults suffer from some form of OCD. Degrees of severity can vary from patient to patient, ranging from mild to severe. Luckily, while there is no cure for OCD, patients have medication options for treating and managing it. Here are some of the key benefits of using Prozac for OCD: What Is OCD? Before we discuss the benefits of Prozac, let’s take a closer look at what exactly this condition is. This will help establish what treatment protocols are the most effective. The primary symptom of OCD is being caught in a cycle of compulsions and obsessions. People often think of obsessive neatness and…

New Hypoglycemia Nasal Spray

20 Sep: FDA Approves New Hypoglycemia Nasal Spray to Treat Low Blood Sugar

Did you hear about the recent FDA approval of the hypoglycemia nasal spray? This can be a life-saver (literally) for many.  You know how important it is to keep your blood sugar levels stable when you have diabetes. You’ve probably heard a lot about it from your physician. If you are curious enough, you’ve probably also read about it online in one of the many articles written on this topic. This is great. It is very useful and important. However, the majority of these guidelines usually focus on preventing blood sugar levels from increasing. After all, long-term high blood sugar levels are responsible for most of the health hazards associated with diabetes. But, diabetes is a condition characterized by your body’s…