Why aren’t people getting the addiction treatment they need? Can eating disorders be caused by your genes? Your cells are talking to each other. You’ve heard birds sing, but what about mosquitoes?
Medical Notes: Increased Pedestrian Fatalities, How Law Enforcement Contributes To Overdose Deaths, and the Dangers of Gas Stoves
Are crosswalks as safe as you think? The war on drugs may be making things worse. Should your stove be gas or electric?
Experts discuss a promising new treatment approach and how to fix the root cause of NOWS.
Stop pain at the cellular level. New treatments for eye disease may be right around the corner. Curly hair has helped humanity survive.
Autism diagnoses are at an all-time high. Teens using cannabis could have major reproductive effects. Artificial intelligence could help keep people alive and more.
Life Care Coaches are being integrated into hospitals to help patients safely use prescription opioids and even offer pain management strategies that don’t involve drugs.
Theo Krzywicki explains the signs of an overdose and how to use life-saving devices like Naloxone.
Is your medication harming the health of your baby? Then, the number of drugs laced with Fentanyl has skyrocketed. And finally, our vocal habits change depending on who we’re talking to.
The CDC reports May 2020 through April 2021 saw the most drug overdose deaths ever recorded in a single year. Experts discuss the use of harm reduction services and why drug addiction is a mental health issue.
Drug overdoses killed more than 100,000 Americans in the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic, as pressures built and users sometimes had to get their fix from unfamiliar sources. Experts discuss how the pandemic cost lives beyond Covid, and how surgical painkiller drug substitutions are beginning to keep some people from going down the opioid path.
Children as young as five may soon be part of the tug of war over vaccine mandates. Then, several important studies on Covid and vaccination are released by CDC. And finally, a study finds that people with a history of trauma get more of a high from morphine than people who’ve been trauma-free.
Pain varies from person to person and is totally subjective. It can’t be truly measured. This makes pain management one of the greatest challenges in healthcare. An expert discusses how pain works and how doctors struggle to contain it.