Prescription Drugs — Guides and References


If you have questions about specific prescription or nonprescription medications, this group of links will help you identify medications and understand potential side effects and interactions.

Note: This topic was prepared to help consumers find reliable health resources on the web. This site is not responsible for the information on other sites. The information here — and on all websites — is not intended to be a substitute for care by a healthcare or other professional.

Recommended Reading

Drugs, Supplements and Herbal Information, MedlinePlus
This guide is offered by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

Drugs and Supplements, Mayo Clinic
This link to the Mayo Clinic website offers both a prescription drug reference and a reference for herbs, vitamins and other supplements.

Drugs and Medications A to Z, WebMD
This site has information about many prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications, as well as a pill identification tool and a tool to check for interactions between medications.

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