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What the DEA Does Not Understand Or Does Not Care About Medication Cessation Decisions

Reports sent back to Washington during the Vietnam War made it clear to everyone. The U.S. was winning. There could be no debate or doubt.

90% Of Physicians Report Being Depressed

About 90% of physicians report experiencing some type of depression, according to a Jan. 24 report. The "Physician Burnout and Depression Report 2024" surveyed 9,226 physicians across 29 specialties between July 5 and Oct. 9.

Europe Is Facing A Pancreatic Cancer Emergency

Pancreatic cancer is the seventh most common type of cancer in Europe but is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related deaths, behind lung, colorectal, and breast cancers. By 2030, it is widely predicted to become the second most common cause of cancer mortality.

Euphoria-Free Pain Relief: A Gabapentin Alternative You’ve Been Waiting For?

A groundbreaking discovery in pain management could revolutionize how we treat chronic pain. In a report from a recent study, researchers at New York University, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh, have announced the discovery of a novel medication that could treat centralized pain that targets Cav2.2 calcium channels (also called N-type calcium channels).

More Cardiologists Failing The Boards, Why & How To Fix?

Recent evidence suggests that more cardiologists are failing to pass their boards. Pass rates declined from a high of 96% in 2018 to a low of 86% in 2021 and 2022. COVID disruptions to training may be largely to blame, experts said.

A Nitrogen Gas Execution Would Be Unduly Cruel

Alabama death row prisoner Kenneth Smith may only have days to live. Perhaps in anticipation of his execution, it has been reported that he is "sick in his stomach" and has been vomiting most days.

Hackers Stole $7.5 Million In Grant Money From US Health Department

Grant recipients in limbo as investigation of hacks continues. Health-care sector increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks.

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