Consumer Reports: How To Save On Prescription MedicationPeople who regularly take prescription medication spend on average more than $700 per year for drugs.
Local Pharmacies Experience Tamiflu ShortageIt's the flu season -- so maybe it's no surprise one particular pharmaceutical drug is in high demand -- Tamiflu.
Good Rx Website Helps Consumers Save Big On Prescription MedsA simple conversation with her doctor ended up being a huge tip for Annie Federoff.
Crime Stoppers Offering Reward In Spring Garden Pharmacy ArsonA fire in July caused major damage to Waltmire’s Pharmacy in the 1400-block of Spring Garden Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Spring Garden neighborhood.
Fire Rips Through Spring Garden PharmacyA long-time pharmacy in Troy Hill went up in flames early Tuesday morning.
Warning Issued For Men Being Treated For Low TestosteroneMillions of men are being treated for low testosterone. Prescriptions have doubled in the last four years with sales now reaching $1.6 billion. But now there are disturbing new allegations about a hidden danger.
What Should I Do If My Insurer Denies A Claim?If your insurer denies a claim, you have two options for appeal: internally with the insurance company and externally with the government.
How Do I Use My Health Insurance?A main goal of Obamacare is to switch the nation’s healthcare system from one that focuses on treating illness to one that works to prevent illness and promote health and longevity.
Computer Glitch Causing Problems For Some Drug Store CustomersFinding out you might have to pay for hundreds of dollars worth of prescriptions out of pocket is not a happy way to start the New Year, but that's what some drug store customers have been facing.
Websites Offer Ways To Save On HealthcareHealthcare costs are expected to rise this year on everything from prescription drugs to co-pays. However, there are ways you can save and even get care for free.
Consumer Reports' Tips To Save Money On MedicineMany Americans grappling with the high cost of medicine may be putting themselves in harm’s way, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs A Growing ProblemMost people know you can get into serious trouble for drinking and driving. You can also get into trouble for taking that pain pill or allergy medicine and driving. It's called DUI-D -- or driving under the influence of drugs -- even legally-obtained prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicines.