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Allergy Relief for Your Child

When a child’s sniffles and sneezes won’t go away for weeks, the cause might be allergies. The FDA regulates prescription and OTC medicines that offer allergy relief, plus allergen extracts to diagnose and treat allergies. Read and follow the directions when giving any medicine to children.…

Some Medicines and Driving Don’t Mix

Most medications won’t affect your ability to drive safely. But some do. The FDA advises to make sure you know if your prescription or over-the-counter medication can cause side-effects that may make it unsafe to drive.…

What to Know About Breast Implants

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates breast implants as medical devices. Get the latest information to help you make an informed decision about whether to use breast implants.…

Pulse Oximeters and Oxygen Concentrators: What to Know About At-Home Oxygen Therapy

Giving yourself too much or too little oxygen can be dangerous. If you are using a pulse oximeter to monitor your oxygen levels and think they are low, see a doctor. You should not use an oxygen concentrator at home unless it has been prescribed by a health care provider.…

Taking Z-drugs for Insomnia? Know the Risks

If you’re lying awake night after night, unable to sleep, you may want to talk to your health care professional about it. They may prescribe insomnia medicines approved by the FDA. Sometimes known as “Z-drugs,” they might help you get a good night’s sleep. But as with any medicine, there are risks.…
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