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Study finds link between opioid addiction and criminal justice system
07-12-18 Category: Addiction, Addiction Treatment, Opioid

Over 50 percent of Americans who suffer from an opioid or heroin use disorder have also had contact with the criminal justice system, A according to a recent study published in the JAMA Network Open. Tyler Winkelman, M.D., M.Sc. of Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, and one of the co-authors of the study, observed that an […]

Open office spaces may lead to surveillance anxiety, finds study
07-12-18 Category: Anxiety, Mental Health

An open office space layout has always been believed to be a blessing for both the organization as well as the employees. While it allows easy and smooth communication among the team members and improves the workflow, it also enables each team member to deliver better productivity. However, a recent study conducted by the Harvard […]

NPS Data Hub to facilitate faster sharing of information on new illicit drugs

Recent studies suggest that fentanyl is a major driver of the drug crisis in the United States, as it is available in various forms with different chemical structures. This has created several problems for law enforcement authorities as they are unable to curb the menace. In order to deal with the current situation, scientists at […]

FDA gives nod to Aristada Initio for treating schizophrenia in adults
07-10-18 Category: Schizophrenia, Treatment

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Aristada Initio (aripiprazole lauroxil) to begin the development of Aristada, a long-acting injectable unusual antipsychotic, to treat schizophrenia in adults. The move will now make it possible to dose patients with Aristada Initio in combination with a single 30 mg dose of oral aripiprazole as an […]

New laws limiting opioid prescriptions come into effect in three states
07-05-18 Category: Opioid

Three U.S. states — Florida, Michigan and Tennessee — are set to comply with the new laws restricting doctors from prescribing excessive opioids to patients. Starting July 1, physicians in Michigan cannot prescribe more than a seven-day supply of opioids for patients battling post-surgical pain, and other painful conditions, such as bone and back injuries. […]

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