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Have Doctors Gotten a Bad Rap in the Fight Against Opioids?

Opioid addiction has become a sickening problem in America, with a dramatic increase in overdose deaths in the last decade. The medical community has largely blamed doctors for overprescribing the drugs — even to people who legitimately need them — saying...

source: By Cait Harrison
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Rutgers University researchers are conducting an online survey to...

source: NJAFP

Sponsored through a grant from the NJ Department of Health,...

source: NJAFP

Gov. Chris Christie has made real strides in recent years to strengthen and expand New Jersey's Prescription Monitoring Program, a database designed to help doctors identify patients seeking inappropriate levels of addictive drugs and...

source: NJ Spotlight

Four days before Alexander Bonds ambushed and killed a New York City police officer, he was in a hospital emergency room getting a psychiatric evaluation. The hospital released him the same day. Now the hospital's actions are under a state review ordered by the governor....

source: New Jersey Herald

Americans really, really don't like the Senate bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Only 17 percent of U.S. adults approve of the health care bill, according to a recent NPR/Marist/PBS NewsHour poll. In fact, a...

source: NPR


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