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Model, 39, picking up anti-anxiety prescription was 'wrongly committed to a...

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A model seeking anti-anxiety medication just a week after she was sexually assaulted was mistakenly committed to a psychiatric ward at a hospital...

Teenage boy dies after allegedly being given prescription drug

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How a 15-year-old boy was allegedly fed a prescription opioid before...

Overactive bladder pill could soon be available without prescription in new...

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An overactive bladder is also known as the "urge to pee" condition; it can cause frequent trips to the toilet and embarrassing accidents. The...

Britons could face being hit by prescription cost rise this year

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Speaking to Express.co.uk last month, Leyla Hannbeck, chief executive of the Association of Independent Multiple Pharmacists, commented: “We are concerned that this will force many...

Shock new details about Bob Saget’s head injury & final hours...

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BOB Saget spent his final hours of life speaking about how much he loved his family and friends before tragically dying from a...

Stroke: Four prescription medications ‘related to a higher risk’ of the...

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AntidepressantsEarly research has suggested that some antidepressants are linked to a slightly increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke.A 2012 study published in the journal...

Free prescription warning: Move would make life ‘unmanageable’ for Parkinson’s sufferers

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“This simply should not be a decision that people have to make, even more so as they wait for treatment, with waiting lists...

‘Slap in the face’ for elderly – Javid slammed over free...

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There are concerns that patients on low incomes will be forced to choose whether to eat or receive the medicine they need, or...

HRT to be ‘sold without prescription’ for the first time in...

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HRT will be sold without a prescription for the first time in a huge boost for menopausal women, health watchdogs are set to...

Covid breakthrough as common prescription drugs slash deaths in boost to...

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A study showed that adults patients who take a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), particularly Prozac and Luvox, were less likely to die...
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