Although many patients with insomnia may leave the doctor’s office with a prescription, new guidelines recommend psychotherapy as the first-line treatment.
Primary care physicians can help patients save money by suggesting generic, rather than name brand, over-the-counter medications.
Deaths from prescription and illicit opioid drugs have quadrupled since 1999. A drug safety researcher explains the must-do’s to stop these deaths and curb addiction nationwide.
The opioid epidemic is well documented, yet physicians still are wary about whether cannabinoids are better options for chronic pain. Neither is a perfect solution.
Much of what’s known about CTE stems from postmortem diagnoses. Now, physicians have outlined a framework to identify clinical consequences of head trauma in the living.