FDA seeks to destigmatize Medicines as an opioid dependence treatment

October 25, 2017
As the opioid epidemic in the U.S. keeps on slaughtering an ever increasing number of Americans, the Food and Drug Administration needs to lift the shame on utilizing drugs... Read more »

Anatomy of an outbreak of opioid overdoses

October 9, 2017
It started with an affirmation from an overdosing quiet conveyed in what Dr. Gregory Whatley would later review as “the scarcest of a whisper.” Whatley, a veteran crisis room... Read more »

United States is at the forefront of an opioid epidemic

September 18, 2017
When the United States is in the hold of an opioid pandemic, numerous back up plans are constraining access to torment medicines that convey a lower danger of enslavement... Read more »

American Academy of Pediatrics says children using slides are far more likely to injure their lower leg

September 15, 2017
Parents have been cautioned not to give their kids a chance to ride on their lap down a slide as it could prompt a broken leg. An investigation distributed... Read more »

Opioid Epidemic 20% of the drop in men’s labor, Alan Krueger says

September 7, 2017
The opioid epidemic is likewise a financial emergency, particularly for guys, as indicated by new research from prestigious Princeton University market analyst Alan Krueger. Fact be told, Krueger’s examination... Read more »