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September 8, 2018

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More Drug Targets Could Mean Better Pain Control

Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, report that receptors on immune cells may be a more effective therapeutic target than nerve cells for the delivery of...

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Advancing the Science of Wound Care

An engineering team at Tufts University reports that it has developed a new "smart" bandage that can actively monitor the condition of chronic wounds and trigger the delivery of medication when required to advance healing. The prototype may...

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Breaking Down the Barriers to Interdisciplinary Pain Care

Interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation programs (IPRP) have garnered significant support as an alternative to long-term opioid therapy for chronic pain management, and conclusions from new...

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More Progress on Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

Findings from preclinical experiments conducted at the University of Alabama at Birmingham may point to possible new therapeutic targets for treating inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) including...

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Overdose Risk: Opioids and Benzodiazepines

Although the CDC has issued recommendations against taking opioids with benzodiazepines, almost 25% of Medicare patients who are prescribed opioids are also getting...

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Improving Opioid Safety and Efficacy with Help of Two Receptors

Working with mouse models, a research team from Johns Hopkins has discovered that activation of 2 nerve cell receptors...

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