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  1. Great-grandmother died screaming in agony while hospital doctor...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    Pregnant Chelsea Clinton beams for the cameras: Former first daughter can't hide her delight as Bill and Hill say they are 'thrilled' to become grandparents A great-grandmother who died after surgery was left in agony for hours while a nearby doctor 'played on a computer', an inquest heard.


  2. Australian Researchers Working on a Non-Addictive Pain KillerRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | CalorieLab Calorie Counter News

    Australian researchers are working on a new drug made from cone snail venom, which would serve as a powerful and non-addictive pain killer.


  3. Great gran left screaming in agony for hours at hospital while nearby ...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    Sarah Ann Gray, 81, was 'crying out in pain' but family pleas were ignored as the doctor in the next room 'was not on his shift' A great-grandmother who died after complications from surgery was left in agony for hours while a nearby doctor 'played on a computer' because he was not on shift, an inquest heard.


  4. Manitowoc officials warn of fentanyl drug abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette

    Health and law enforcement officials in the Manitowoc area are warning of the dangers of abusing the narcotic fentanyl.


  5. 'We don't think we need new opioids': An exclusive interview with Andrew KolodnyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Tyler, 22, who recently got out of a rehab program for heroin addiction, shows his prescription for Suboxone, a maintenance treatment for opioid dependence, on February 5, 2014 in Burlington, Vermont.


  6. FDA wants stronger warning labels for long-acting opioidsRead the original story

    Thursday | The Straits Times

    The US Food and Drug Administration is requiring labels of all long-acting opioids to say they should be used strictly for patients in severe pain, a response to surging overdoses and deaths each year from the widely used pain medicines.


  7. Accidental Medication Poisonings in Kids on the RiseRead the original story

    Thursday | Revolution Health

    Despite ongoing prevention efforts, a growing number of young children are being accidentally poisoned with medications , according to new research.


  8. FDA Warns of Deaths with Postop Codeine in ChildrenRead the original story

    Thursday | Revolution Health

    WEDNESDAY, Aug. 15, 2012 - The FDA issued a warning Wednesday of a potentially fatal risk associated with the use of codeine in children following tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.


  9. Brain Patient's Obamacare Nightmare: No Meds, No DoctorsRead the original story

    Thursday | News Max

    Brain disorder victim Margaret Figueroa is in the middle of an Obamacare nightmare she can't find a doctor to treat her condition and she can't get the medication she needs to fight it.


  10. FDA Codeine Alert Won't Hamper Practice MuchRead the original story

    Aug 16, 2012 | Revolution Health

    Many clinicians had scratched codeine off their lists for treating postoperative pain in children long before Wednesday's FDA warning , according to doctors contacted by MedPage Today and ABC News.


  11. Codeine After Surgery Could Endanger Certain KidsRead the original story

    Apr 11, 2012 | Revolution Health

    Concerns about codeine safety have gained traction in the wake of the postoperative experience of four children who all carried a rare genetic mutation.


  12. Chrissie Aldous Provides Feedback On Using The PhysioPod for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PressReleasePoint

    Chrissie first learned about DEEP OSCILLATION via the PhysioPod in October 2013 at a meeting for ladies with Lipoedema, a very painful condition.


  13. Tobacco-smuggling nurse reinstatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Star Press

    The state is taking disciplinary action against East Central Indiana nurses, two of whom violated regulations in other states and another who trafficked with an inmate.


  14. Evidence Lacking for Long-Term Opioid Use in Low Back PainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Mental Help Net

    There is evidence of short-term efficacy of opioids for treatment of chronic low back pain compared with placebo; however, the effectiveness and safety of long-term opioid therapy for treatment of CLBP remains unproven, according to a review published in the April 1 issue of Spine .


  15. FDA to consider morphine-oxycodone combo pillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 15 |

    A closed sign is seen taped to the door of the Cabana Pharmacy after it was raided by the City of Miami Police Department's Crime Suppression Unit and Florida Department of Health on October 14, 2011, in Miami, Florida.


  16. Two plays at Miami's Light Box at Goldman Warehouse spotlight the art of the solo showRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2014 | The Miami Herald

    'Frida' $18-$25 at 800-838-3006 or . '17 Border Crossings' $20 and $50 at 866-811-4111 or .


  17. Cannabinoid receptor research outlines why pot may work as medicineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 14 | The Miami Herald

    Almost a decade ago, Ryan Roman started using pot to cope with the effects of a rare spinal cancer that spread to his brain.


  18. Morphine decreases clopidogrel concentrations and effects: a...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | CiteULike

    This study sought to examine the possible drug-drug interactions between clopidogrel and morphine.


  19. Adding dexmedetomidine reduces anesthesia dose required for surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | Science Daily

    For patients undergoing surgery, adding a sedative drug called dexmedetomidine can reduce the necessary doses of other anesthetic drugs, reports a study.


  20. Kiwis taking to 'hillbilly heroin'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 14 | Southland Times

    New Zealanders are popping prescription pills with alarming regularity, and a painkiller known as "hillbilly heroin" is being handed out too easily.