08/04/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Autopsy results have confirmed that radio personality Art Bell is sadly yet another casualty of the prescription drug overdose epidemic

http://www.opioids.news/2018-08-04-radio-legend-art-bell-was-killed-by-big-pharma-drug-overdose.html

08/01/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

While it may be difficult to imagine now, there was a time when heroin was marketed as cough medicine and

http://www.opioids.news/2018-08-01-an-eye-opening-look-at-the-evolution-of-medicine-dangerous-substances-were-once-used.html

07/31/2018 / By Earl Garcia

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen and diclofenac were associated with increased odds of cardiac arrest, according to a recent study. Researchers at

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-31-harmless-painkillers-like-ibuprofen-now-linked-to-huge-increase-in-risk-of-sudden-heart-attack.html

07/26/2018 / By Russel Davis

Three recent studies published in Obstetrics & Gynecology revealed an excessive number of opioid painkillers are being prescribed to women following a Cesarian-section delivery.

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-26-doctors-are-wildly-over-prescribing-opioids-painkillers-after-c-section.html

07/25/2018 / By Bridgette Wilcox

Health professionals will be the first to say that depression is a serious mental illness that must not be taken

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-25-doctors-are-trained-to-mass-diagnose-nearly-everyone-with-depression.html

07/25/2018 / By David Williams

Patients who take chronic pain medication — otherwise known as opioids — often end up experiencing either one of two things:

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-25-another-side-effect-of-opioids.html

07/21/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Arizona-based researchers are analyzing wastewater from the sewers of U.S. cities for signs of chemicals associated with opioids. The contents

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-21-scientists-are-looking-at-our-wastewater-to-see-how-severe-the-opioid-epidemic-really-is.html

07/18/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Researchers discovered that 15 percent of adults who use nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) – such as ibuprofen and others – went beyond

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-18-fifteen-percent-of-nsaid-users-exceed-daily-limits-risking-serious-side-effects-according-to-research.html

07/18/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Where the federal government’s rights end and states’ rights begin has become a gray area over the last few decades.

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-18-if-the-tenth-amendment-applies-to-marijuana-why-cant-all-medicine-be-a-states-rights-issue.html

07/17/2018 / By Janine Acero

Pain is one of the most common symptoms of an injury or disease, and prescription drugs such as opioids that

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-17-the-natural-painkiller-growing-in-your-backyard.html

07/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Thanks to the Daily Mail‘s efforts, the U.K. government has launched an urgent review into the growing crisis of prescription

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-15-british-government-launches-urgent-review-as-research-shows-1-in-11-are-prescribed-addictive-meds.html

07/12/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The politicization of science is moving full steam ahead with a new study published in the prestigious Journal of the

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-12-junk-science-jama-publishes-study-claiming-election-trump-linked-to-opioid-drug-use.html

07/12/2018 / By Russel Davis

A recent study published in the journal Age and Aging has revealed that seniors and pensioners across the U.K. are being

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-12-people-in-their-silver-years-are-golden-geese-to-big-pharma.html

07/09/2018 / By S.D. Wells

Which is more dangerous, fighting in a war, or returning from a war and taking experimental prescription drugs for PTSD

http://www.opioids.news/2018-07-09-killed-more-americans-all-u-s-wars-or-prescription-drugs.html

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