Prescription & Over-the-Counter Drugs: Overview

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The Federal government defines a drug as any substance (other than food) intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, relief, treatment, or prevention of disease, or intended to affect the structure or function of the body. Drugs have drastically changed life in modern times. Many diseases and conditions that were once debilitating and deadly are now either unheard of or easily controlled through drug therapy. However, drugs have been around as long as man, albeit in different forms than today. Before the 20th century, most drug remedies were fashioned from naturally occurring plants and animals. Today, while natural sources are still useful, most of our drugs have synthetic origins.

See your doctor if you have experienced a severe adverse reaction to a prescription or over the counter medication. In addition, it may be important to contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights. Please keep in mind that there may be time limits within which you must commence suit.

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  7. Anesthetics: Overview
  8. Antibiotics
  9. Antidepressants & Other Psychiatric Drugs
  10. Anti-fungal Drugs: Overview
  11. Anti-Protozoal Drugs: Overview
  12. Arthritis Drugs
  13. Asthma Drugs: Overview
  14. Blood Pressure Drugs: Overview
  15. Blood Thinning Drugs: Overview
  16. Cancer Drugs: Overview
  17. Cholesterol Drugs: Overview
  18. Common Cold Drugs: Overview
  19. Diabetes Drugs
  20. Diet Drugs
  21. Dietary Supplements: Overview
  22. Down Syndrome Drugs: Overview
  23. Drugs, Medical Devices & Implants: Overview
  24. Epilepsy Drugs: Overview
  25. Erectile Dysfunction Drugs: Overview
  26. Flu Drugs: Overview
  27. Gene Therapy: Overview
  28. Gout Drugs: Overview
  29. Growth Hormone Drugs: Overview
  30. Heart Failure Drugs: Overview
  31. Heartburn & Acid Reflux Drugs: Overview
  32. Hepatitis Drugs: Overview
  33. HIV & AIDS Drugs: Overview
  34. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  35. Irritable Bowel Syndrome Drugs: Overview
  36. Miscellaneous Drugs: Overview
  37. Multiple Sclerosis Drugs
  38. Narcolepsy Drugs: Overview
  39. Osteoporosis: Overview
  40. Painkillers: Overview
  41. Parkinson's Disease Drugs: Overview
  42. Pregnancy & Female Reproduction Drugs: Overview
  43. Premature Infant Drugs: Overview
  44. Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV Drugs: Overview
  45. Spinal Cord Injury Drugs: Overview
  46. Stroke Drugs: Overview
  47. Thyroid Drugs: Overview
  48. Transplantation & Immunosuppressant Drugs: Overview
  49. Tuberculosis Drugs: Overview
  50. Vaccines: Overview
  51. Anaphylactic Shock: Overview
  52. Overdose: Overview
  53. Pulmonary Fibrosis: Overview
  54. Prescription & Over-the-Counter Drugs: Frequently Asked Questions
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