Insurance records reveal patterns of opioid prescribing to patients whose family members “shop” for opioids from multiple sources
Thirty-five times more white patients than patients of color receive buprenorphine, and three-quarters of prescriptions go to those who pay cash or have private insurance
A new study found that rural emergency department visits grew by 50 percent during a 12-year timeframe, suggesting that rural emergency departments serve as safety nets for many patients.
Standardizing measurement of the physical, social and emotional effects experienced by caregivers of people with a traumatic brain injury could lead to better support for an overlooked group.
A group of female rehabilitation psychologists with disabilities highlight the need for clinicians, educators and disability allies to normalize the word “disability.”
The FDA is working to better understand if there is a definitive association between a cancer of the immune system and the use of breast implants.