7 in 10 people take prescription drugs

Almost 70 percent of US citizens take at least one prescription drug, and more than 50 percent take two, according to researchers.

No one works harder than me, says Gerard Butler

`PS I Love You` star Gerard Butler insists no one works harder than him.

Chronic conditions and prescription drugs causes sexual dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction often refers to different symptoms in men and women, yet it can share similar underlying causes.

Grapefruit juice interaction with drugs can be deadly

While eating a grapefruit or drinking its juice may be an excellent way to get a delicious, tangy dose of vitamin C, doctors now warn that the citrus fruit may prove hazardous when combined with certain prescription drugs.

Obese people use more meds: Study

Obese adults in the United States use a number of prescription drug types.

Grapefruits made safe for people on meds

Scientists have bred a new type of grapefruit that they expect will enable people on meds to enjoy the fruit without any drug interaction.

Exercise, as good as drugs for migraine

Regular workouts help prevent migraines just as well as relaxation therapy and a common prescription drug.

Prescription drugs poisonings up in kids

More and more kids are showing up in the emergency room after accidental poisoning from prescription drugs.

Older pills often safer; many think new is better

Many consumers mistakenly believe new prescription drugs are always safer than those with long track records.

One in 4 stroke patients discontinue prescription drugs within 3 months

A quarter of stroke patients discontinue their prescribed drugs within three months of hospitalisation.

One in 4 stroke patients discontinue prescription drugs within 3 months

A quarter of stroke patients discontinue their prescribed drugs within three months of hospitalisation.