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Viewpoints: Hospitals Come Up Short By Failing To Treat Opioid Use Disorders; Warnings About How Medical Professionals Could Operate In States With Assisted Dying Laws

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. Stat: Hospitals Are A Missing Link In Easing The Opioid Crisis Nearly half a million individuals with opioid use disorders are hospitalized each year in the United States. While they are in the hospital, medical providers often treat complications of this disorder, such as bloodstream… Read More »

Morgan Stanley predicts ‘maximum nicotine’ policy could cut tobacco profits in half

Steven D Starr | Corbis | Getty Images Profits for major U.S. tobacco companies could be cut in half if the Food and Drug Administration adopts a “maximum nicotine” rule within the next 15 years, according to analysts at Morgan Stanley. The FDA is set to publish in October its proposed rule regulating the amount of nicotine allowed… Read More »

High blood pressure symptoms: The worrying sign in urine that could indicate the condition

High blood pressure relates to the force of blood that pushes the lining of the arteries. High blood pressure occurs when the force increases and stays higher than normal and can cause damage to the blood vessels, brain, heart and other organs. It is prevalent in men and woman mostly between the ages of 40… Read More »