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According to CBS News, research published in the journal Pediatrics has found that narcotic painkillers, commonly prescribed during pregnancy may increase the chances of a baby being born early, small, or experiencing drug withdrawal. Close to 30 percent of pregnant women in the study were using either...
According to a post on the Well Blog at the New York Times, a study published in the BMJ found “high quality evidence” that a daily dose of 3,000mg to 4,000mg of Tylenol is no more effective at relieving lower back pain than a placebo. Pain relief from acetaminophen for knee and hip arthritis was...
According to CBS News, the Food and Drug Administration has approved the first hydrocone designed to resist abuse. Purdue Pharma’s Hysingla ER is a once-daily tablet that is resistant to various abuse forms such as snorting, injecting, or dissolving. FDA officials plan to monitor abuse rates with...