Check interactions between drugs, herbal supplements, and food and alcohol. Funded by Express Scripts, Inc. and supported by the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. Express Scripts has no control over site content.
The medications A-Z list allows the user to search for any of over 2,500 common drugs. The Medications Center offers consumers articles to help better understand drug interactions, common medication errors, etc.
This database offers access to over-the-counter and prescription drug information and is offered as a service of the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. Drugs can be searched by generic or brand names.
Called The Internet Drug Index, the site offers current and comprehensive information on brand name and generic drugs. Drug information is provided by credible sources such as the FDA and First Data Bank, Inc.
Provides consumer product information for numerous single ingredient health products (ie. garlic, milk thistle). Includes the following topics: route of administration, use, dose, warnings, contraindications, and adverse effects.
This website provides answers to a variety of frequently asked questions about dietary supplements including: use and safety, purchasing supplements, and regulatory information (US). Dietary supplements include vitamin and mineral supplements, herbals, botanicals, amino acids, and enzymes.