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07-14   US panel suggests preventive measures to contain rising opioid epidemic

Coordinated efforts are needed to check and reverse the harmful effects of the opioid epidemic ravaging the entire United States, a panel of experts from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) has said. The experts in their report titled “Pain Management and the Opioid Epidemic: Balancing Societal and Individual Benefits and Risks […]

06-21   International Yoga Day: Yoga is an elixir for back pain, finds study

“To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” – Gautam Buddha Time and again, researchers, philosophers, writers and doctors have stressed upon the significance of the mind-body connection as the true essence of a healthy life. The International Day of […]


08-10   The number of drug addicted babies in Kentucky keeps rising

Heroin and prescription drug addiction are ongoing epidemics in the United States and the state of Kentucky has continuously been at the top of the list of states affected. As a result of this crisis, the number of drug-addicted newborn children in Kentucky has increased dramatically. Hospitalizations of drug addicted newborns have increased from 67 […]


08-05   Rural communities struggle with lethal injections from IV drug use

Rural communities throughout Appalachia and the Midwest have been hit hard with the outbreak of hepatitis C and the HIV virus. This large outbreak is primarily due to alarmingly widespread intravenous (IV) drug abuse and sharing of needles. The abuse of prescription opioids and heroin in small cities and rural areas has led to outbreaks […]

07-16   Isolating the opiate gene: Pharmaceutical breakthrough or the next big drug nightmare?

Researchers have recently identified a gene in the poppy plant known as STORR, which aids the poppy plant in producing opiates. This new discovery indicates that it could only be a matter of time before scientists will be able to manufacture opiates solely using this gene. While this could mean a great deal of potential […]

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