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Guidance on Opioid Tapering

Within the United States, pain is the most common reason for adults to seek medical care within both outpatient and inpa ...

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Guidance on Opioid Tapering

Patient Education: Safe Use of Opioid Analgesics a ...

When providing patients with prescriptions of any type, it is best practice to also provide them with education on the m ...

Filed under: Neurology, Psychiatry, Public Health, Substance Abuse, NPs & PAs

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Hyponatremia and Alcoholism

"Beer potomania" is a syndrome used to describe patients who present with hyponatremia along with a history of excessive ...

Filed under: Neurology, Substance Abuse

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Essential Education for All Patients With Migraine

With a better understanding of migraine pathophysiology, the number of new migraine treatments has exploded in recent ye ...

Filed under: Neurology, NPs & PAs

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My Trip to the Capitol

As clinicians, we often talk about being a patient advocate, which is something that most of us probably do daily. We ma ...

Filed under: Health Policy and Trends, Neurology

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Trans Fatty Acids Now Also Linked to Higher Risk o ...

Consumption of trans fats in high levels has been linked to coronary artery disease, diabetes and more. Now, a team of J ...

Filed under: Cardiometabolic, Neurology, Preventive Medicine

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The "HINTS" Examination in Vertigo

Vertigo is a symptom, not a diagnosis. It presents a unique problem for many clinicians because it is symptomatic of a p ...

Filed under: Miscellaneous, Neurology

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