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Without opioids, McDowell nurse practitioner feels clinic takes hit

RODERFIELD - In McDowell County, an area at the heart of West Virginia's opioid epidemic, a nurse practitioner operating a health clinic is facing a harsh reality: not prescribing opioids can come at ... read more

Buprenorphine a 'gold standard' for treating opioid addiction

When Martin hit rock bottom, his brother pushed him to try buprenorphine. Now he is a patient at New Directions, an addiction clinic operated by the Ozark ... announced in January that it would permit ... read more

MGH Becomes 1st Mass. ER To Offer Addiction Medication, Maps Seamless Path To Recovery

"The thing about opiate addiction and overdose is it just takes one and someone will die," because fentanyl and other synthetic opioids ... s Bridge Clinic, 55 primary care doctors who are waived to p... read more

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They are poor, sick and voted for Trump. What will happen to them without Obamacare?

Without the ACA, many of those patients wouldn't be able to afford care. Will they soon lose their coverage? Will they stop coming to the clinic ... degree and became a nurse practitioner. She made th... read more

Patients treated for putting sunscreen in eyes during eclipse, report says

Nurse practitioner Trish Patterson tells KRCR-TV in Redding ... “One of my colleagues…stated yesterday that they had patients presenting at their clinic that put sunscreen on their eyeball, and presen... read more

Ottawa's opioid addiction struggle: There's much still do be done

Young people seeking help for opioid addictions are getting it faster than they did a year ago, when news of teen overdose deaths in Kanata hit like a bombshell ... to help pay the salaries of two nur... read more

Doc deficit? Nurses' role may grow in 28 states

CHICAGO — A nurse may soon be your doctor. With a looming shortage of primary care doctors, 28 states are considering expanding the authority of nurse practitioners. These nurses with advanced degrees ... read more

Life After Cancer: the Importance of the Survivorship Movement

Jacobs, a nurse practitioner ... without a properly functioning thyroid, weight he hasn't been able to shed even though he now takes thyroid supplements. He hopes to get encouragement and lose a few p... read more

ACLU Says Nebraska May Have Illegally Imported Execution Drugs

The registrations allow medical practitioners at the clinic to administer controlled substances to ... may have violated federal law by importing fentanyl from overseas without a proper DEA license. F... read more

Living by candlelight makes for more restful sleep, couple finds

Everyone feels calm. Setting the table with lamps and candelabras becomes fun. We learned to use old-fashioned glass holders. In contrast, today's candles are made for ambience. We liked the old glass ... read more

How to Stump Anti-Abortionists With One Question

They will use them either way, so it might as well be regulated. Second, I’m closing comments. I think over 950 comments is enough. Thanks to everyone who shared opinions without hatred or personal at... read more



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