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For many, friends and family, not doctors, serve as a gateway to opioid misuse

In a common narrative of the path to opioid misuse, people become addicted to painkillers after a doctor prescribed them pills to treat an injury and then, later, switch to harder drugs, such as heroin. However, nonmedical opioid users were more likely to say they began abusing opioids after friends and family members offered them… Read More »

Study of ‘No Drill’ Dentistry Shows Fillings Aren’t Needed in Many Cases – ScienceAlert

Many of us fear going to the dentist, and that fear is made worse by the dreadful prospect that on any given visit, you could be subjected to a whirring drill boring its way through your poor, hurty teeth. But the findings of a seven-year study by Australian researchers suggest that many of us have… Read More »