Opioid Prescribing Guidelines: Tailoring to the Surgical Procedure

In what the authors say is the first response to an unmet need, an expert panel from Johns Hopkins has published a set of...

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Keeping Younger Pitchers in the Game

Findings from new research conducted at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit conclude that better conditioning and modifications to throwing mechanics can reduce the...

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Benefits of Palliative Care for Patients With Diagnoses of Advanced Illness

Patients who are diagnosed with advanced stage lung cancer may be at reduced risk of suicide if they are enrolled in...

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Diabetes and Migraine Incidence?

Conclusions from a recent cross-sectional study investigating the association between diabetes mellitus and migraine found no significant differences in the prevalence of migraine between...

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A Promising Alternative for Pain Management?

Researchers from UCLA and University of New South Wales, Sydney, report that they have developed a gel-like material infused with magnetic particles that can exert biomechanical forces to relieve chronic pain. The process works by...

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Changing Public Perception: Opioid Abuse Response

New research from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that the effort to establish harm reduction resources to address the opioid abuse crisis could be assisted by...

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