Frequently Asked Questions

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What makes Drugs Treatment different from other Internet health sites?

Taking charge of your health means understanding your medical treatment. We believe that everyone has a right to understand their treatments – why the medications have been prescribed, and what the possible side effects are.
Our goal is to provide clear information about drugs sold in the USA, at a level everyone can comprehend. For consumers, we provide product information in non-technical language. Health professionals will find what they need in the FDA Product Label Professional Information database.
The Care Guide provides information about the treatment of common illnesses and injuries. The Drug Interactions checker details drug-drug interaction mechanisms, severity and management, and also outlines drug-food interactions.