Osteoarthritis Risk and Age--A New Target for Therapies and Treatment?

Results from a study conducted at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) provide new insight into why osteoarthritis risk increased with age, and the findings may...

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Addiction Help: Vaccinating Against Heroin Abuse and Overdose

In what is described as a major milestone, researchers from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) report that they have successfully formulated a new vaccine that can...

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Pneumococcal Infections Risks: Another Adverse Effect of Opioids?

A new study from Vanderbilt University Medical Center reports that opioid users are at greater risk for serious infections including pneumonia and meningitis vs individuals who do not...

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Biosimilars: The Route to Lower Cost Medications or Biologic Therapy?

In a new white paper entitled "The Science Behind Biosimilars--Entering a New Era of Biologic Therapy", the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) advocates for the incorporation of...

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Pain and Depression: Antidepressants, An Aid to Opioid Cessation?

Findings from a new study conclude that patients on long-term opioid therapy for noncancer pain and who also suffer from depression were more successful at stopping opioid use if they...

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An Effective, Less Expensive Way to Test for Fentanyl: Strip Testing

New research conducted by a team from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in association with Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University suggests a promising...

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