Drug & Supplement Information
Access Medicine Drug Monographs
Comprehensive information on all aspects including dosing, indications, and adverse reactions for generic and brand-name drugs, with printable patient handouts presented in English and Spanish
A point-of-care information tool developed by librarians at U. Pittsburgh. Combines these resources in one search: DailyMed, Dietary Supplement Label Database, Drug Interaction Checker, PillBox, Medlineplus, HealthReach, and information from PubMed, CDC, and other agencies.
NLM Drug Information Portal
National Library of Medicine (NLM). An extensive database with Info on over 31,000 drugs from their entry in clinical trials through US FDA approval and into the marketplace.
From the NLM and NIH. Quickly identify unknown drugs by color, shape, size, imprint, and scoring. Pill images are included.
Patient-oriented health information. Includes information about drugs, herbs, and supplements.
A pharmaceutical knowledge base that provides detailed clinical level information about drugs as well as molecular/chemical structure.
A point-of-care medical app with significant references for drug look-up, pill ID and interaction checks as well as many medical tables and EBM calculators. You must create an account on this site, but you do not have to subscribe. There is ‘premium’ content available for a fee.
Dietary Supplements Label Database (DSLD) (NIH)
Includes full label derived information from dietary supplement products marketed in the U.S. with a Web-based user interface that provides ready access to label information. It was developed to serve the research community and as a resource for health care providers and the public
Useful for finding information on herbs and medicinal plants. From the National Agricultural Library
Clinical Guide to Herbs (American Botanical Council)
Summaries and critical reviews of seminal articles on herbal medicine from popular and scientific literature around the world. Free to use, but requires registration.