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Patients complain opioid crackdown is harming them

Oct
13

Date: October 13th, 2017

Opioid crackdown means no or fewer painkillers for chronic pain patients.  Chronic pain sufferers want to be heard. The debate is all about addictions, overdoses and so many other shenanigans, but no one is worried about the chronic pain patients. They want to be heard, to be listened to.

Anti-Addiction Drugs Don’t Get To Young Opioid Abusers

Oct
11

Date: October 11th, 2017

It I very serious that the most affected people in the world do not get the drugs intended to help them. Where do these drugs go then? What happens to them? A study shows that in every four teens and young adults abusing opioid, only one is taking medication. Why is this? It is because there is no initiative to get the drugs to the people who need most.

The downside of engaging in intense exercise

Oct
09

Date: October 9th, 2017

Many people do not know intense exercise could lead to gut damage. They think that it is something that is common when exercising. However, the aches the discomfort never goes and so the persistence causes people to go to the hospital. But even that may not give you a solution. Just know that intense exercise can harm your bowels. You need to know when to stop. You need to know when enough is enough and stop it for the benefit of your health. But has this been proven scientifically? Yes it has. Below is a sneak peek into one study.

Regular Aspirin Use for prolonged survival

Oct
07

Date: October 7th, 2017

 

Aspirin is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), and there are many more. But you already know that. What you may not know is that the NSAIDs can improve the survival rate of colorectal cancer survivors, but this is for the long-term survivors.

Equal stress effect on both genders in heart disease

Oct
05

Date: October 5th, 2017

 

Stress is a major cause of heart disease. A research at UCLA found no difference between both genders when it comes to stress on heart disease risk. This means that men and women stand the same risk of developing heart conditions from stress. It is that imperative that everyone do whatever they can to avoid stress.

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