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From the Editor
It is the nature of our engagement with our patients and our colleagues that makes what we do more than a job.
Prescription drug abuse has reached epidemic proportions. Some patients benefit from opioids, but many suffer harm.
Chaplains and clinicians bring complementary skills and services to the problem of suicide risk in veterans.
Guilt in patients with suicidal tendencies is a profoundly spiritual issue.
Deprived of alcohol while in the hospital, many alcoholic patients go into withdrawal. Clinicians should be ready.
Antidepressants in pregnancy, nonhormonal therapies for menopausal symptoms, and heart failure therapy.
The legalization of cannabis and its increased potency today are leading to complications hitherto unseen.
Physicians can promote healthy nutrition, physical activity, socialization, and mental activity, but no drug is approved for it.
E-cigarettes have never been subjected to any kind of testing of safety or of efficacy as nicotine replacement therapy.