Medications are supposed to be helpful and they are. What most people forget is that there are some risks associated with them. The US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has come up with a list of medications that require additional information that needs to be provided to patients in the form of medication guides. Medication guides are informational printouts that come with many prescription medicines. These guides contain FDA-approved information specific to particular drugs and drug classes that can help patients learn about serious side effects.
Our website will provide an easy way for the public and health professional to find that information. The information is updated regularly. Along with the guides we have amassed tools from the internet that may be useful to the public.
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