Most Recent Articles by DaHee Han, PharmD
Depressed patients have poorer adherence to cardiometabolic medications compared to non-depressed patients.
An Alzheimer's disease treatment study showed that after 18 weeks of treatment, only half of patients prescribed these drugs were continuing treatment.
A higher risk of dementia might be tied to prostate cancer treatment.
A prescription weight-loss drug reduced the urge to use opiates like oxycodone.
Adult males who used 5 alpha-reductase inhibitors exhibited an increased risk of self-harm did increase.