Authorities are encouraging Southern California residents to rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs that are expired or that they no longer need.
A homeless man who tried to stick up a Southern California bank is getting what he really came for — not money, but a place to stay.
Police and federal agents raided the offices Thursday of a Los Angeles-area doctor suspected of illegally prescribing prescriptions.
The party is on hold for The Situation. The “Jersey Shore” cast member is getting treatment for prescription medication use.
A state lawmaker wants to make it easier for the poor and needy to get their hands on some pills.
Doctors are overprescribing medication for problems, which could be solved using natural remedies and changed behavior, according to herbal pharmacist David Foreman.
A Seal Beach nursing facility has been accused of wrongly drugging a 68-year-old patient for months to take over her Social Security payments.
Los Angeles police Saturday asked for the public’s help in finding a 20-year-old woman with a medical condition that may require medication.
One journal reports six patients developed “purple-colored patches of necrotic skin on their ears, noses, cheeks and other parts of their body” because of use of the adulterated cocaine.
Prescription drugs and medications of all types were surrendered safely in Saturday’s nationwide “Take-Back” initiative.
Amgen Inc. is recalling some lots of its Epogen and Procrit anemia treatments because they may contain glass flakes.