News from the FDA/CDC
Spurned by physicians, more users seem to be turning to street drugs that contain fentanyl and similar substances.
Liquid nicotine in e-cigarettes could prove more addictive; gratitude tied to less anxiety, depression
The image of inhaling the vapor from electronic cigarettes – vaping – is presented by some as an innocuous substitute to smoking traditional...
EVIDENCE-BASED ANSWER: In adults treated with opioids for chronic pain, point-of-care (POC) urine drug screens (immunoassays) for detecting...
Cannavaping—the inhalation of a cannabis-containing aerosol, created by a battery-driven, heated atomizer in e-cigarettes or similar devices1...
A look back at our very first edition.
In this "3 in 3" video, Edwin A. Salsitz, MD, provides practical tips on the use of naloxone kits, and debunks a common myth about their use.
From the Journals
Anxiety, depression, and insomnia “symptoms should not preclude the choice to leave opioid agonist treatment and to start treatment with [extended...
Could this patient’s worsening bruises be explained by her history of drug use?
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And canakinumab has a remarkable effect on knee and hip replacement risk.