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Citalopram

Citalopram

Citalopram is an antidepressant in a group of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Citalopram affects chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause depression. Citalopram is used to treat depression. Citalopram may more...

Zolpidem pills

Zolpidem

Zolpidem is in a class of drugs called sedative/ hypnotics or sleep medications. Zolpidem affects chemicals in your brain that may become unbalanced and cause insomnia. Zolpidem induces sleep and causes relaxation. It is used to treat sleep disorders suc more...

Sibutramine pills

Sibutramine

Sibutramine is an anti-obesity agent. It affects chemicals in the body that are related to weight maintenance. Indication: for treatment of obesity as short-term supplement to diet and exercise Special precautions: Do not take sibutramine more...

Bupropion pills

Bupropion

Bupropion is an antidepressant medication. This medicine is used to treat major depressive disorder and seasonal affective disorder. One brand of bupropion, the Zyban is used to help reduce the cravings and other withdrawal effects of those people who ar more...

Ambien tablets

Ambien

Ambien or Zolpidem belongs to the group of medicines called Central Nervous System (CNS) depressants, and is used to treat insomnia. Be sure to tell your doctor of any allergies you have whether it is to medication or food, preservatives, or dyes. Tel more...

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New Study Supports Low Abuse Potential Of Leading ADHD Medication, CONCERTA® (methylphenidate HCl)
Results of a new study found that an extended-release form of methylphenidate - sold as CONCERTA® (methylphenidate HCl in the OROS® delivery system) may be associated with a lower likelihood of abuse than immediate-release methylphenidate (sold as Ritalin®). The findings were presented today at a meeting of child and adolescent psychiatrists.


Drug Ads On TV May Infuence Americans To Overmedicate
A UCLA study suggests that direct to consumer television advertisements of prescription drugs may be influencing Americans to believe they are sicker than they really are and this could lead to taking more medication than they actually need.The study is published in the current edition of the Annals of Family Medicine.


Prescription Drug Prices For U.S. Residents Ages 50 And Older Increased At About Twice Inflation Rate, AARP Study Finds
Manufacturers' prices for the 193 prescription drugs most commonly used by U.S. residents ages 50 and older increased at about twice the rate of inflation in 2006, according to an annual report released on Tuesday by AARP, Cox/Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.


Meeting Highlights From The Committee For Medicinal Products For Human Use, 23-26 April 2007, Europe
First accelerated assessment concludedThe European Medicines Agency's (EMEA) Committee for Medicinal Productsfor Human Use (CHMP) has adopted a positive opinion recommending thegranting of a marketing authorisation for the first medicinal productfor human use that has been evaluated by the new accelerated assessmentprocedure.


Most Women Check Medication Labels For Sex Differences, Few Discuss It With Care Providers
A majority of American women always or frequently read the labels of their prescribed or over the counter medications to see if they might work differently in women, but few discuss this issue with their doctor or pharmacist, according to a new survey released today by the Society for Women's Health Research, a Washington, D.C., based advocacy organization.




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