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9 of 10 Docs Unprepared to Prescribe Marijuana

Posted 1 day 21 hours ago by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 19, 2017 – Although it's becoming more commonplace, medical marijuana is rarely discussed in U.S. medical schools, a new study shows. "Medical education needs to catch up to marijuana legislation," said senior author Dr. Laura Jean Bierut, a professor of psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. "Physicians in training need to know the benefits and drawbacks associated with medical marijuana so they know when or if, and to whom, to prescribe the drug," she explained in a school news release. Marijuana is now legal – at least for medical purposes – in more than half the states in the country, the researchers said. Curriculum deans at 101 medical schools completed surveys about marijuana education. Just over two-thirds said their graduates weren't prepared to prescribe medical marijuana. One-quarter said their graduates weren't even able to ... Read more

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No Easy Road Back for Ebola Survivors

Posted 14 days ago by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Sept. 7, 2017 – The vast majority of people who survive an infection with the Ebola virus struggle with ongoing disabilities, including significant limitations in thinking, vision and the ability to move, new research shows. Scientists from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the University of Liverpool checked to see how a group of 27 Ebola survivors was doing 12 months after discharge from the Ebola Survivors Clinic in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Their health was compared with 54 close contacts who weren't infected with the virus. The investigators found that 80 percent of those who survived the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak faced health challenges for at least one year after being discharged from the hospital. The findings highlight the need for long-term rehabilitation for these patients, the researchers said. "We have demonstrated that a year following acute ... Read more

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Take the Back Pain Out of Backpacks

Posted 18 days ago by Drugs.com

SUNDAY, Sept. 3, 2017 – Backpacks can mean backaches for schoolchildren, but an orthopedic surgeon has advice for parents and kids about how to keep soreness at bay. "Parents should inspect their child's backpack from time to time," said Dr. Joshua Hyman of New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital in New York City. Kids "often carry much more than they should, with extra shoes, toys, electronic devices and other unnecessary items," he explained in a hospital news release. Hyman suggests that before sending kids off to school, parents should follow these backpack safety tips: Be a weight-watcher. According to Hyman, backpacks shouldn't weigh more than 15 percent of a kid's body weight. That's the equivalent of 7 pounds for a 50-pound child. Lighten the load. If you feel that your child is weighed down by too many textbooks, talk to the teacher about whether any can be ... Read more

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How You Think About Your Arthritis Makes a Difference

Posted 24 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Aug. 24, 2017 – How well you cope with knee arthritis depends a lot on your mental outlook, a new study suggests. Despite often-debilitating pain, people who remain confident in their ability to move about end up more active than their less confident peers, researchers found. Studies have shown that physical activity may be one of the best ways to reduce and manage symptoms of osteoarthritis. The Pennsylvania State University study was based on 135 adults with knee arthritis. "On days when patients felt more confident in their ability to be active, they indeed took more steps and spent more time in moderate-intensity activity, despite their level of pain that day," said study lead author Ruixue Zhaoyang. What's more, "this positive effect of patients' confidence on their actual physical activity was found for patients with varying degrees of pain in the morning," added ... Read more

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Patients' Hearing Loss May Mean Poorer Medical Care

Posted 24 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Aug. 24, 2017 – Many seniors may not hear everything their doctors tell them, new research suggests, and that could raise the risk of medical errors. "In our study of 100 patients 60 and older, 43 reported mishearing a doctor or nurse in an inpatient or community health care setting, lending vulnerability to unintended error," said researcher Simon Smith, from the University College Cork School of Medicine, in Ireland. Earlier research has found that improved communication between doctors, nurses and families could prevent 36 percent of medical errors, Smith added. The problem is not just a matter of doctors speaking louder. "The ability to separate speech from background noise is more intricate than volume alone," he explained. Often hearing tests don't capture the complexity of how patients process medical information, and hearing aids may not be the answer, Smith said. The ... Read more

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'Smart' Underwear May Help Prevent Back Pain

Posted 11 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, Aug. 11, 2017 – Mechanized "smart" undergarments may be the answer to back pain, according to researchers. The Vanderbilt University engineers have created an undergarment that eases stress on the low back and activates only when a wearer needs it. "I'm sick of Tony Stark [the fictional Iron Man] and Bruce Wayne [Batman's alter ego] being the only ones with performance-boosting supersuits. We, the masses, want our own," Karl Zelik, principal investigator on the project, quipped in a university news release. "The difference is that I'm not fighting crime. I'm fighting the odds that I'll strain my back this week trying to lift my 2-year-old." That same kind of back strain got the assistant professor of mechanical engineering thinking about wearable tech solutions. Made of nylon canvas, Lycra, polyester and other materials, the "smart" underwear feels and behaves like regular ... Read more

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As Many as 1 in 3 Experience New or Worse Pain With Yoga

Posted 3 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Aug. 3, 2017 – Many people try yoga hoping to heal an injury, but some wind up with more aches and pains, a new study finds. The study, which surveyed hundreds of people doing yoga for more than a year, found that two-thirds said that some existing aches improved because of yoga – most often, lower back and neck pain. On the other hand, 21 percent said yoga worsened their muscle or joint pain. And almost 11 percent said it caused new issues – most commonly, pain in the hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder. The study didn't delve into specific injuries, but instead asked people about general aches in different body areas. So it's hard to know how serious the problems were, said Tom Swain, a researcher with the Center for Injury Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. "You don't have to sustain a serious injury to have pain. It could just be sore muscles," said Swain, ... Read more

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Americans Taking More Prescription Drugs Than Ever: Survey

Posted 3 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Aug. 3, 2017 – A new survey finds 55 percent of Americans regularly take a prescription medicine – and they're taking more than ever. Those who use a prescription drug take four, on average, and many also take over-the-counter drugs, vitamins and other dietary supplements, the survey done by Consumer Reports shows. But many of those pills may be unnecessary and might do more harm than good, according to a special report in the September issue of Consumer Reports magazine. Among those who take prescription drugs, 53 percent get them from more than one health care provider, which increases the risk of adverse drug effects. More than a third say no provider has reviewed their medicines to see if all are necessary. Forty-nine percent of survey respondents who regularly take prescription medicine asked their prescribers whether they could stop taking a drug, and 71 percent were ... Read more

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Doctors May Be Over-Prescribing Seizure Drugs to Treat Pain

Posted 3 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 2, 2017 – Physicians might be relying too heavily on "off-label" use of epilepsy drugs as an alternative to prescribing narcotic painkillers, two experts in internal medicine contend. Doctors are prescribing the anti-seizure drugs gabapentin (Neurontin) and pregabalin (Lyrica) to treat pain more frequently, partly in response to the opioid epidemic in the United States, said Dr. Allan Brett. He's a professor of clinical internal medicine with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Columbia. However, the drugs might not be doing any good for many people suffering from chronic pain, Brett said. That's because the medications are only FDA-approved to treat certain types of pain. Yet, "increasing numbers of patients [are] being prescribed either of these drugs for any kind of pain symptoms," he said. Brett and co-author Dr. Christopher Goodman, an assistant ... Read more

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2 of 3 U.S. Patients Keep Unused Painkillers After Surgery

Posted 2 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 2, 2017 – Surgery patients are usually prescribed opioids to ease postoperative pain, but more than two-thirds end up with leftover narcotics and don't get rid of them, according to a new report. Moreover, most patients who have the extra opioid pills don't lock them away, but leave them accessible to possible abuse by others, the researchers said. "We were surprised to find that the number was as high as it was," said lead researcher Dr. Mark Bicket. He is an assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. "It's likely that we – as physicians who care for patients with pain after surgery – need to do a better job of educating patients about how to take pain medication, how to store that medication and what to do with it once they're done with the medication," Bicket added. Saving unneeded ... Read more

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New Surgery May Fix Tough-to-Treat Rotator Cuff Tears

Posted 26 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 – A new surgical procedure can help people with shoulder injuries once considered beyond repair, a small new study suggests. Out of 100 patients who had the surgery in the study, all 26 of those who had played sports before the surgery were able to play sports again afterwards. Thirty-two patients who had jobs lifting heavy workloads were able to return completely to work. Another two – a farmer and a manual worker – were also able to return to work, but with reduced hours and reduced workloads. The procedure is called arthroscopic superior capsule reconstruction (SCR) surgery. It was developed by Japanese surgeons to fix rotator cuff injuries once considered irreparable. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles, tendons and ligaments that attach your arm to your shoulder. The rotator cuff helps you lift and rotate your arm, according to the American Academy of ... Read more

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Easing Opioid Dose May Improve Pain and Quality of Life

Posted 18 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, July 18, 2017 – Sometimes less really is more. New research suggests that when it comes to long-term use of opioid painkillers, cutting back on the dose of the drugs might improve pain and function, as well as boost quality of life. "As many as 10 million Americans use long-term opioid medications to manage chronic pain," said Dr. Joseph Frank. He's the lead author of the new study and a primary care physician at Denver's Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Opioid medications include oxycodone (Oxycontin, Percocet) and hydrocodone (Vicoprofen), Frank said. These medications may be prescribed long-term for the treatment of different chronic pain conditions, such as arthritis or low back pain. "Nationwide efforts to reduce opioid prescribing will have a big impact on these people, but little is known about the benefits and risks of reducing long-term opioid therapy. When taken ... Read more

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JFK's Long, Silent Struggle With Back Pain

Posted 11 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, July 11, 2017 – Contrary to his youthful, vibrant public image, former President John F. Kennedy privately battled chronic, debilitating back pain much of his life. A new report chronicles JFK's pain issues and the many treatments he received throughout the years. The report includes private details – from multiple failed spinal surgeries and narcotic injections, to use of a back brace that some believe may have played a role in his death. "He went through the wringer visiting different surgeons and physicians and experts in their field – well-known people," said study co-author Dr. Justin Dowdy. He is a neurosurgeon and partner at Hot Springs Neurosurgery Clinic in Arkansas. While Kennedy's care would be different today due to advances in surgery and imaging technology, Dowdy doesn't see reason to second-guess clinicians' recommendations at the time. "They did the best they ... Read more

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Health Tip: Are You at Risk for a Herniated Disk?

Posted 6 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

-- A herniated disk occurs when a soft pad between the vertebrae of the spine slips out, pressing against nearby nerves and causing pain. Here are common risk factors, courtesy of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Lifting objects incorrectly. Being a smoker. Being overweight. Applying sudden pressure to the spine. Repeated straining of the back muscles. Read more

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Take A New View of Yoga

Posted 5 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, July 5, 2017 – Want to add strength training, flexibility, and even stress reduction to your fitness plan? Then it's time to consider – or reconsider, if you've shied away from it in the past – the ancient Indian practice of yoga. Some 11 million Americans take part in one form of yoga or another. And, far from being a new-age type of exercise, it's embraced by people from all walks of life – men as well as women, and even pro athletes, according to the American Council on Exercise. And you don't have to twist yourself into a pretzel to do it. The most popular discipline is Hatha yoga, which stresses concentration and uses stretching and strengthening exercises. Many poses or asanas aren't complicated, but they are effective. You can choose those specifically targeted to your needs. For example, the Warrior 2 pose improves hip flexibility and strengthens the quadriceps. ... Read more

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Sigma Paracetamol, Febridol Infant Drops, Accidental Rapatabs, Lemsip Headcold, St Joseph Aspirin-Free, Bydol, Hexal Comfarol, Chem Mart Chemadol, Benylin Sore Throat, Panadol Rapid Handipak, Panadol Soluble, Rex Paracetamol, Paineze Paracetamol, Ed-APAP, Panadol Extend, Pharmaction Paracetamol, Mapap Meltaway, Paracare, Mapap Arthritis Pain, Paraspen, Dymadon, Promax, Panadol Gel Tabs, Panadol Mini Caps, Pharmacist Paracetamol, Priceline Paracetamol, Panadol Colourfree Drops, Panadol Gel Caps, Pacimol Caplets, Pharmore Paracetamol, Sigma Pain Relief, Pain Clear Paracetamol, Setamol, Paraspen Drops, acetaminophen / aluminum hydroxide / aspirin / caffeine / magnesium hydroxide, Doloral, Zamadol SR, Mepergan Fortis, Percocet 7.5 / 500, P-A-C, Hydrocet, Percodan-Demi, Roxiprin, Dolagesic, Wygesic, Myogesic, Hycet, Buffasal, Balacet, PC-CAP, Propoxyphene Compound 65, Duramorph, Saleto, Magsal, Lortab ASA, Genapap PM, Indocin IV, Tylenol with Codeine 2, Empirin with Codeine, Ibu-Tab, Zydone, Lorcet HD, Cafgesic, Children's ElixSure, Damason-P, Panacet, Stagesic, Myophen, Lagesic, Azdone, Alor 5 / 500, Panasal 5 / 500, Unisom with Pain Relief, Mapap PM, Phenaphen with Codeine, Camphor Spirit, EC-Naprosyn, Febrol Solution, Idenal, Laniroif, Children's Silapap, Mapap Children's, Banophen M-S, Fiormor, Acetaminophen-odan, Valu-Dryl Topical, Dermarest Anti-Itch, Derma-Pax, Dermarest Plus, Dermamycin, Tolectin 600, Duraclon, Tetra-Mag, Astramorph PF, Micrainin, Xylocaine Topical, Legatrin PM, Farbital, B C Powder, Medicone, Emagrin, Equagesic, P-A-C Analgesic, Mag-Phen, Aspircaf, Medi-Seltzer, Genasan, Adult Strength, Midol Traditional, Capital w/ Codeine, Mobigesic, Haltran, EZ III, Doloral Sirop, Chiggerex, LMX 4, Laryng-O-Jet Spray, Senatec, LTA Preattached 360 Kit, LTA Pediatric Kit, LTA II Kit, Mosco Nail A Cain, LMX Plus, Outgro Pain Relief, Orabase with Benzocaine, Sting-Kill, Rid-A-Pain, Chigger-Tox, Ibu-4, Numorphan HCl, LMX 4 with Tegaderm, Ela-Max 5, Mobidin, Endocodone, Orudis KT, Aflaxen, Morphitec, Naproxen Sodium DS, Percolone, ETH-Oxydose, Motrin Junior Strength, Ela-Max, PP-Cap, Anestacon, Ibu-8, Xylocaine 10% Oral, Dermaflex, Medi-Quik Spray, Protech First Aid Stik, Magan, Nuprin Backache Caplet, RhinoFlex 650, Uni-Perr, Phenylgesic, Apagesic, Saleto-200, Phenagesic, Genasec, Q-Gesic, Vitoxapap, Castiva Warming, Flextra-DS, Menadol, Relagesic, Alpain, IBU-200, Hyflex-650, Hyflex-DS, Major-gesic, Zostrix Sports, Childrens Ibuprofen Berry, Sarna Ultra, Advil Junior Strength, Advil Childrens, Vistazine, Tronothane, Prax, Saleto-800, Saleto-600, Blistex Pro Relief, Capsicum Oleoresin, Sucrets, Wild Cherry, Zostrix-HP, Dolorac, RT Capsin, Saleto-400, Trixaicin HP, Capsin, Zensa