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Twin Cities hospitals face critical shortage of pain medications

Twin Cities hospitals are struggling amid a nationwide shortage to keep adequate supplies of critical care drugs, including pain meds like fentanyl and morphine that are necessary to surgery and recov... read more

There may be no worse place for mentally ill people to receive treatment than prison

Despite the vast need — and the potential payoff in reduced recidivism — mental health and substance abuse treatment for many Massachusetts inmates is chronically undermined by clinician shortages, sh... read more

Russian Health Care Is Dying a Slow Death

They have already taken the first step, but even in many cities the second ... be tied directly to chronic pain." How can doctors and patients continue their struggle in the face of such indifference? ... read more

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Will ‘Modicare’ Be a Game Changer for India?

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Female Heart Attack Patients Fare Better If ER Doc Is a Woman

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Good Question: What Are The Health Benefits Of A Massage?

Spas, hospitals, even airports now offer them ... There is actually a massage therapist shortage right now in the Twin Cities. read more

There Is No Violent Hate-Crimewave in 'Trump's America'

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Hospitals grapple with injected opioid shortage

TRENTON, N.J. — There is another opioid crisis happening in the U.S., and it has nothing to do with the overdose epidemic: Hospitals are ... are getting inadequate pain control. They also say shortage... read more

Strategies shift for treating mental illnesses

Coleman is among hundreds of patients across Minnesota benefiting from a fundamental shift in the way hospitals and health plans treat people with serious mental illnesses. Facing a critical shortage ... read more

U of M receives $5.4 million gift to address global drug, medical supply shortages

The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota has announced it has received a $5.4 million gift from the Walton Family Foundation which will be used to address g... read more

Dr. Louis Vagias

Dr. Louis Vagias is an emergency medicine physician in Niceville, Florida and is affiliated with Twin Cities Hospital. He received his medical degree from University of Florida College of Medicine and ... read more

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