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A Silicon Valley pharmacy delivery startup just became the first to offer an at-home lab test for a popular HIV-preventing medication
Nurx, a Silicon Valley prescription drug delivery startup that once solely dispensed birth control, is launching a new service that allows patients who want HIV-prevention drug Truvada to do all the required testing at home.
An app that links you to a therapist by text has plans for a major expansion — starting with prescribing drugs
Talkspace is bringing on psychiatrists to prescribe medications to patients through the app. It's also announcing a round of new partnerships, including giving brothers in the 9,000-member fraternity Delta Tau Delta free access to the platform.
Researchers finally pinpoint how a single doctor’s prescribing habits could impact long-term drug use — and the results are stark
Patients who saw doctors who over-prescribed opioids were 30% more likely to become longterm users than patients who saw doctors who under-prescribed.
GoodRx compiled a list of the top 10 most expensive prescription drugs here in the US.
I tried an app that lets you video chat with a doctor, and it was the best healthcare experience I’ve ever had
Maven is a women's health app that connects you with doctors via video chat, allowing you to ask questions, get advice, and receive prescriptions.
In 1991, the National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that doctors wrote 76 million prescriptions. By 2011, that number had hit 219 million.
CVS reports lower drug price growth for 2015.