Pharma

Study: Naltrexone can replace opioids in treating chronic pain

A new study from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry has found that low doses of naltrexone can be…

2 weeks ago

Rep. Stanton reintroduces bill to require addictive prescription warning labels

U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton (D-AZ) reintroduce legislation Thursday that would require prescription painkillers that are addictive to have warning labels.…

2 weeks ago

Tennessee attorney general sues grocery stores over illegal opioid prescriptions

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III recently filed a lawsuit in Knox County Circuit Court against Food City Supermarkets,…

3 weeks ago

Attorneys General settle with McKinsey & Company for $573M over opioid suits

A coalition of nearly every attorney general in the country has agreed to a $573 million settlement in an ongoing…

4 weeks ago

Researchers study painkiller options post-surgery

Researchers from Michigan Medicine at the University of Michigan studied patients to evaluate post-surgery painkiller options. The researchers studied 620…

1 month ago

Federal Trade Commission suing pharmaceutical companies

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently filed a complaint with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against…

1 month ago

Over-the-counter pain regimen helps reduce opioid exposure

A pain management regimen of mainly over-the-counter medications for trauma patients reduced opioid exposure and achieved equal levels of pain…

1 month ago

Sen. Portman praises HHS decision to allow more doctors to prescribe MAT drugs

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) praised the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' decision to lift requirements on physicians…

1 month ago

Post-surgical patch releases painkillers directly to wounds

A team of scientists, led by Duke University, have developed a bio-compatible surgical patch that releases nonopioid painkillers directly to…

2 months ago

Physician-pharmacist collaboration may benefit opioid addiction treatment, study says

A new study suggests that collaboration between physicians and pharmacists may increase the adherence to and participant satisfaction of treatments…

2 months ago

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