ADHD drugs don't cause cell damage

In results that contradict a 2005 study, a new study supported by the NIH concluded that stimulants used to treat ADHD actually don't cause chromosomal changes in children. The earlier study had concluded that the drugs led to an increased frequency of such damage, which is associated with higher risks of cancer. Article

Suggested Articles

A New Jersey medical office has filed suit against Cigna, alleging that the insurer failed to pay for diagnostic testing and treatment for COVID-19.

CMS issued new guidance Friday to help states implement the new interoperability policies in Medicaid and CHIP programs.

GoodRx has released its latest list of the most expensive drugs in America, with orphan drugs and therapies for rare conditions topping the ranking.