Drug Information

MEDLINEplus - About Your Medicines

MEDLINEplus - Drug Information

Provides news, general/overviews, research, organizations, etc.
Source: National Library of Medicine

Find programs for people ages 55 and over that may pay for some of their costs of prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other essential items or services.
Source: The National Council on the Aging

DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs. This information includes FDA approved labels (package inserts). This web site provides health information providers and the public with a standard, comprehensive, up-to-date, look-up and download resource of medication content and labeling as found in medication package inserts.
Source: National Library of Medicine

Dietary Supplements Labels Database
Source: National Library of Medicine

Drug Digest
Information on drugs, vitamins, herbs, and supplements, as well as an interaction checker and news alerts and bulletins.
Source: Express Scripts

Drug Guide
Source: Kapiolani Health

Drugs and Herbs
Source: WebMD Health

Easy-to-Read Drug Facts
Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provides information on foods, drugs, biologics, cosmetics, medical devices & products, regulations, and toxicology research.

FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
New prescription drug approvals, prescription drug information, major drug information pages, consumer drug information, over-the-counter drug information, drug safety & side effects, and public health alerts.

Source: MedicineNet.com

Healthtouch: Medication Guide
Search by medication name or by first letter.
Source: Healthtouch

InteliHealth: Home to John Hopkins Health Information
You can access information from the USP DI® Volume II, Advice for the Patient, Johns Hopkins Medical Encyclopedia, and USP DI® Medicine Charts (drug images).
Source: InteliHealth

Mayo Clinic Drug Information
USP Drug Guide, a Mayo physician can answer your drug questions, and general information on using medication properly.
Source: Mayo Clinic

My Medicines
Easy-to-read pamphlet and medicine-tracking chart to learn more about taking medicines correctly. Available in several Asian languages.
Source: U.S. Food and Drug Administration

PDR Family Guide to Prescription Drugs
(Hawaii Medical Library call number: CHIS QV 772 P348 1996 -- 4th ed)
Source: Physicians' Desk Reference

People's Pharmacy
Articles, drug library, and herb library.
Source: HealthCentral

Advanced search, top 200 drugs of 2000, alternative medicine, and patient monographs.

Your Medicine: Play it Safe
Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, February 2003

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