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Antihistamine is a type of drug that blocks the action of histamines, which can cause fever, itching, sneezing, a runny nose, and watery eyes. Antihistamines are used to prevent fevers in patients receiving blood transfusions and to treat allergies, coughs, and colds.
CTCA doctor presents cutting-edge treatments for cancer patients to medical colleagues

CTCA doctor presents cutting-edge treatments for cancer patients to medical colleagues

Meclizine drug has the potential to treat certain infectious diseases and cancer

Meclizine drug has the potential to treat certain infectious diseases and cancer

Pregnant women exposed to metoclopramide experience no increased risk of congenital malformations

Pregnant women exposed to metoclopramide experience no increased risk of congenital malformations

FDA accepts, files Genentech's sBLA for subcutaneous use of Xolair in people with CIU

FDA accepts, files Genentech's sBLA for subcutaneous use of Xolair in people with CIU

New class of antidepressants appears potentially effective in combating deadly form of lung cancer

New class of antidepressants appears potentially effective in combating deadly form of lung cancer

Symptoms, first-aid treatments and prevention tips for insect bites

Symptoms, first-aid treatments and prevention tips for insect bites

Findings link antihistamine use to adverse pregnancy outcomes

Findings link antihistamine use to adverse pregnancy outcomes

Allergic rhinitis treatments: an interview with Dr Dermot Ryan, GP and allergy expert

Allergic rhinitis treatments: an interview with Dr Dermot Ryan, GP and allergy expert

Review on new, hazardous drugs of abuse presented in Journal of Addiction Medicine

Review on new, hazardous drugs of abuse presented in Journal of Addiction Medicine

Ragweed allergy sublingual immunotherapy: an interview with Dr. Peter Creticos, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Ragweed allergy sublingual immunotherapy: an interview with Dr. Peter Creticos, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Antihistamine drugs work by preventing histamine from attaching to H1 receptors

Antihistamine drugs work by preventing histamine from attaching to H1 receptors

BD receives FDA approval for second prefilled injectable drug

BD receives FDA approval for second prefilled injectable drug

TSRI scientists identify new drugs for human prion disease

TSRI scientists identify new drugs for human prion disease

Tris Pharma gets FDA NDA approval for Karbinal ER Extended-release Oral Suspension

Tris Pharma gets FDA NDA approval for Karbinal ER Extended-release Oral Suspension

Report highlights ecological cost of pharmaceutical waste

Report highlights ecological cost of pharmaceutical waste

Patients taking antihistamines to suppress stomach acid are at greater risk of C. diff infection

Patients taking antihistamines to suppress stomach acid are at greater risk of C. diff infection

Study shows why certain drugs that interact with serotonin receptors have harmful effects

Study shows why certain drugs that interact with serotonin receptors have harmful effects

Omalizumab scratches the itch for urticaria patients

Omalizumab scratches the itch for urticaria patients

Omalizumab fast, safe and well-tolerated in teens and adults with chronic spontaneous urticaria

Omalizumab fast, safe and well-tolerated in teens and adults with chronic spontaneous urticaria

Itch-specific nerve cells: an interview with Associate Professor Xinzhong Dong

Itch-specific nerve cells: an interview with Associate Professor Xinzhong Dong