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Taking Long-Acting Opioids Increases your Risk for Death

There is a huge discussion ongoing in healthcare today on the use of opioids in treating chronic condition, specifically non-cancerous chronic pain. There are several groups who have come out in favor of utilizing opioids less because they come with

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Maker of Oxycontin Sued by Kentucky

Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, settled litigation with the federal government in 2007 for “misbranding”  OxyContin as less addictive than other narcotics and paid $637 million in fines.  “Purdue Pharma accepted full responsibility for the actions some of its

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Recent Studies Call Into Question the Use of Pain Medications

If you follow us on Facebook you have seen several posts recently on pain medications, if you missed it that might be due to you not following us on Facebook which you should do. Several recent studies call into question

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