- Find what works - information about medications
from medical experts - and people like you.
Side effects, reviews, tradeoffs, and tips about thousands of drugs, built from clinical research and real life experience from people like you.
The database, which launched In September last, uses Google surveys to get consumer information on a wide variety of both over-the-counter and prescription drugs.
Users can search a specific drug from Aleve to Xanax and see how people generally feel about its efficacy, about the side effects from actual users, tradeoffs, comments from users, warnings, costs, and a readable versions of the drug’s package insert.
Iodine uses Google Consumer Surveys, of which they have 100,000 ones completed, and they add to their website every day. Iodine also uses data from clinical research, pharmacist surveys, adverse event reports made to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Average Drug Acquisition Cost (NADAC)–which reports the average wholesale price pharmacies pay for over 20,000 drugs.