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A new Health Trends study released by Quest Diagnostics has highlighted many physicians' overconfidence in their ability to identify and treat substance misuse, as well as concerns that the drug gabapentin is increasingly being misused.
Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceutical Cos unit have agreed to a more than $10 million settlement, rather than allowing the matter go to federal trial.
OTC case studies for headache treatment during pregnancy and lower-back pain remedies.
Pharmacists can help patients by recommending the most effective and safest therapies.
All 3 are essential in the fight against the opioid crisis, but they need to forge alliances and work together.
Analgesic Alternatives May Help Reduce Unnecessary Exposure to Opioid Medications
Calcitonin gene-related peptide inhibitors are integral to preventing these powerful headaches.
Because of potential adverse reactions, careful product selection for both acute injuries and chronic conditions is key.
This month's case studies include a potential drug-related problem and a possible overdose.
Pharmacists can guide patients in the appropriate and safe use of these products and direct them to seek medical care when warranted.
Brown bagging is an essential educational and safety tool for patients who are suffering.
This method may optimize pain control and could be an answer to the opioid crisis.
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