opioid phobia

With few exceptions, the New York Times's coverage of the real story of the opioid crisis – too few pills, not too many – has been
As a part of my public advocacy on behalf of chronic pain patients, I “talk” with a lot of people on social media.  Many are desperately searching for a doctor who will treat their pain.  Many doctors have been terrorized by a DEA that h
A decade ago, most people thought of Tylenol (acetaminophen) as a medicine for fever, malaise and minor aches and pains.
It's easy for politicians to make speeches or for cities, towns, and sports teams to put together a tribute to our veterans.
Disclaimer: My thoughts are based on a summary of a poster that describes the study in question.
For more than a decade, policymakers and public health officials have incorrectly blamed the worsening overdose crisis on doctors prescribing opioids to their patients in pain.
#Special to ACSH. Reprinted with permission of Dr. Jeffrey Singer and the Cato Institute. Dr.
You have to give them credit for getting to the point quickly enough. Dr. Katherine Sleeman and Professor Sir John Strang of King's College in London don't mess around:
Just what we don't need. Another anti-opioid (pro-pain) zealot spreading the false gospel. But we have one anyhow - US Surgeon General Jerome Adams, M.D.  On July 3rd Dr. Adams Tweeted the following:
Senator Kristin Gillibrand (D-NY) has officially announced her plans to run for president in 2020. Part of her platform is women's health.
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