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FDA Rejects Redwood City's AcelRx Pharmaceuticals Painkiller Dispensing Device; Stock Plunges 28.62% Before Market Opens On Monday AcelRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. , a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapies for the treatment of acute and breakthrough pain, today announced that the U.S.
2 hrs ago | The Spectator
Upon seeing the headline 'Paracetamol does not help lower back pain', I found myself emitting a small sigh.
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Ottawa has issued a national call for proposals to improve prescribing practices for opioids and other drugs that pose a high risk of abuse or addiction.
If you have ever been to the doctor only to learn that symptom causing you sleepless nights was nothing to worry about, you may be tempted to ignore some symptoms rather than be told that again.
Several years ago, a golfing friend of mine started to complain about pain in his knees.
The job I lost June 20, 2014, which I'm about to detail below, was truly like herpes, a "gift that keeps on giving."
Acetaminophen isn't any better at relieving back pain than a fake pill, despite almost universal recommendations to take the drug, according to a new study.
Arthritis is a leading cause of pain and disability worldwide. You can find plenty of advice about easing the pain of arthritis and other conditions with exercise, medication and stress reduction.
Australian researchers had 1,600 adults take either acetaminophen or a placebo pill for about a month for their lower back pain.
Am 49 years old, played golf off and on since I was 17. Never knew how to properly hold a club or really how to hit a golf ball.
The Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, today issued a national Call for Proposals to improve the prescribing practices for prescription drugs that have a high risk of abuse or addiction.
We've all ignored medical symptoms from time to time, usually without dire consequences.
Sarah Kliff takes a look today at our use of generic drugs. Long story short, it's surprising how few of us save money by buying generic pain medicine instead of name brands .
Though it's used widely for many kinds of pain, acetaminophen may not help new back pain, a study suggests.
A recent study has found that acetaminophen, the generic name for products such as Tylenol, is not the best choice for back pain .
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 09:34 am
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