Neuroinflammation as a Target for Blocking Fetal Alcohol Exposure

New research using rat models has found that ibuprofen reduced neuroinflammation and behavioral signs of alcohol exposure associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). As reported by Ohio State University, the study is the first to...

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Reduce Opioid Abuse, Preserve Access

A new study, led by RTI International, will examine fresh strategies that may be effective in addressing the crisis of opioid misuse while preserving access to opioids for chronic pain patients who...

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Fentanyl-Containing Epidurals: Safe for Mother and Child?

Breastfeeding has been connected to a variety of health benefits for both infant and mother, including improved immunity in babies and reduced incidence of diabetes and breast and ovarian cancers in mothers. Past research has suggested...

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Treating Scoliosis Without Bracing or Surgery

Manhattan Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation reports "strongly positive results" from new research into the effectiveness of 2 isometric exercise positions for decreasing...

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Treating Opioid Dependence: Two Ways to Peel a Carrot...

Two outpatient office based approaches to treating opioid addiction are equally safe and effective, conclude findings from a comparative study lead by...

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Postdelivery Pain: Less Medication Required

A study conducted by researchers from Stanford University seeks to enhance our understanding of the experience of pain among women, who have...

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