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A fever will likely need to run its course, but you can take steps to reduce symptoms.

How to break a fever and help alleviate your symptoms

You can manage fever symptoms by resting, staying hydrated, taking medication, and more. Here's what you need to know.

France told people to avoid ibuprofen if they’re experiencing coronavirus symptoms, but not all experts agree

It's unclear how some anti-inflammatories may affect COVID-19. Talk to your doctor before stopping any prescription med for a chronic condition.
Many women have menstrual flows that are heavy enough to disrupt their daily lives.

A viral tweet is claiming that ibuprofen can lessen menstrual flow, and gynecologists say the method actually works

According to gynecologists, including Dr. Jen Gunter, a high dose of ibuprofen every month could reduce a person's menstrual flow by up to 50%.
Most common drugs stay potent long after their expiration date.

How long you can take medications like ibuprofen and aspirin after opening them

INSIDER asked a doctor how long it's safe to use medications like ibuprofen, Tylenol, and sleeping pills after they expire. Here's what she said.
An image of the medicine from Tris Pharma.

Infant ibuprofen recall expanded to include 3 additional lots sold under CVS and Walmart brands

A recall of some batches of liquid ibuprofen for infants is being expanded. The products were sold under Walmart, CVS, and Family Dollar brands.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Amazon is selling exclusive over-the-counter drugs — DeepMind, VA partner for patient health — Optra Health launc...

Amazon's foray into over-the-counter health products will increase competition and lower the prices in the retail pharmacy space.

Taking a lot of ibuprofen could be putting men’s fertility at risk, according to a new study

They could end up with something called "compensated hypogonadism."

The FDA is strengthening its warnings about heart attack and stroke risks associated with common pain drugs

The use of prescription and over-the-counter painkillers like ibuprofen and naproxone is associated with an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

The ‘ABCDE’ method is the best way to conquer the common cold — here’s how it works

There is a better game plan for weathering colds that has been time-tested on thousands of children and their parents.