Directions for Over-the-Counter Medicines for Children Often Confound Parents
A study co-led by NYU Langone researchers found that instructions on boxes and bottles of over-the-counter medicine for children are confusing to parents.
Will an Aspirin a Day Keep the Oncologist Away?
Many doctors prescribe a daily low-dose aspirin to help prevent a heart attack. Can the wonder drug live up to its nickname even more by protecting us against cancer too?
Self-Help Program Empowers Teens with Asthma
Learning to recognize asthma symptoms is a key component of Asthma Self-Management for Adolescents, an eight-week program designed to help teenagers better control their asthma and avoid attacks.