rxlist -The complete listing of all Rx drugs from A-Z

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  1. A-Z Drug list
  2. Pill Identifier
  3. Sympton checker 
  4. Supplements
  5. Diseases
  6. Dictionary
  7. Drug interaction checker


1- Antibiotics
2- Adderall — (Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine)
3- Xanax — (Alprazolam)
4- Ibuprofen — (Advil, Midol, Motrin, etc)
5- Steroid
6- Tramadol — (ConZip, Rybix ODT, Ryzolt, Ultram)
7- Tylenol — (Acetaminophen)
8- Acetaminophen — (Paracetamol)
9- Aleve — (Naproxen)
10-Aspirin — (Bayer)
11- Viagra/Revatio — (Sildenafil)
12- Zoloft — (Sertraline)

RxList, founded in 1995 by a pharmacist, is an online medical resource of US prescription medications providing full prescribing information and patient education.

RxList is an owned and operated site in the WebMD Consumer Network and was acquired by WebMD in December 2004.

RxList provides content written by pharmacists and physicians and data provided by credible sources like the FDA, Cerner Multum, and First Data Bank, Inc..

RxList, as part of the WebMD Consumer Network, adheres to the same privacy policy as WebMD.com and is certified by the TRUSTe online privacy certification program.

RxList is ranked #14 in the January 2014 eBizMBA Top 15 Most Popular Health Websites.

WebMD is an American corporation known primarily as an online publisher of news and information pertaining to human health and well-being. It was founded in 1996 by James H. Clark and Pavan Nigam as Healthscape, later Healtheon, and then it acquired WebMD in 1999 to form Healtheon/WebMD. The name was later shortened to WebMD.

WebMD is financed by advertising, third-party contributions, and sponsors.

WebMD also offers services to physicians and private clients. For example, they publish WebMD the Magazine, a patient-directed publication distributed bimonthly to 85 percent of physician waiting rooms. Medscape is a professional portal for physicians with 30 medical specialty areas and more than 30 physician discussion boards. WebMD Health Services provides private health management programs and benefit decision-support portals to employers and health plans.

The WebMD Health Network operates WebMD Health and other health-related sites including: MedscapeMedicineNeteMedicine, eMedicineHealth, RxList, theheart.org, Medscape Education, and other-owned WebMD sites. These sites provide similar services to those of WebMD; MedicineNet is an online media publishing company. Medscape offers up-to-date information for physicians and other healthcare professionals. RxList offers detailed information about pharmaceutical information on generic and name-brand drugs.

eMedicineHealth is a consumer site offering similar information to that of WebMD. It was first based on the site created for physicians and healthcare professionals called eMedicine.com.


The New York Times writer Virginia Hefferman criticized WebMD, saying that it biases readers toward using unnecessary drugs sold by their pharmaceutical sponsors, specifically, in cases for which the drug has been determined to be unnecessary.