OSU researchers are making progress toward new drugs to treat tuberculosis, which are badly needed as problems increase with antibiotic resistance.
New research has associated statin use with less physical activity among older men, which could be a significant concern.
A once-a-month injection of a particular drug appears more effective than other medications in treating alcohol and opioid dependence.
OSU pharmacy researchers have discovered a biochemical process that can cause normal skin cells to turn into cancerous melanoma cells.
OSU pharmacy researchers have discovered a new avenue of attack against gonorrhea, a venereal disease with growing resistance to antibiotics.
Many drugs taken by older Americans who have multiple health problems actually work against each other, and more work is needed to address this problem.
Pharmacy researchers have discovered that low birth weight may be a factor in how a person metabolizes drugs, and could have effects that last a lifetime.
OSU pharmacy researchers have discovered the function of a gene that may offer a new avenue to cancer therapies.
Drug interactions can often cause unwanted side effects among people who take statin drugs, leading them to discontinue use of a valuable medication that could save their life.
Problems are continuing with inappropriate use of low-dose, antipsychotic drugs, too often prescribed for conditions in which their safety and efficacy is not proven.
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