Plenty of websites promise to help people with health issues — but many lack gold-standard testing or public access. Research highlights the right resources for those in need.
From moderate-risk TAVR to PCSK9 inhibitors to exercise in HCM, the American College of Cardiology’s annual Scientific Session brought advancements across many areas of cardiology.
Veterans already have an increased risk of suicide. Those with substance use disorders or mental health conditions are in particular need of help, a new study asserts.
Opioids don’t work for most people with chronic pain. A pain expert explains why doctors should consider other options for their patients.
In a randomized controlled trial, a brief talk with a counselor helped ER patients reduce drug misuse, and a “virtual therapist” on a tablet also showed promise.
Research suggests that patients and physicians should be aware of opioid use before elective operations such as hysterectomy and bariatric surgery.