Just the kind imposed by governments
History provides a window into how abortion bans will play out if re-instituted.
The science is unsettled, and a complete evaluation has to consider benefits as well as risks.
State Regulators Punish Doctor for Cutting a Pain Patient's Opioid Dose and Dropping Him After He Became Suicidal
The decision by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine suggests state officials are beginning to recognize the harm caused by the crackdown on pain pills.
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The FDA approved Epidiolex in June, and today the DEA made it a Schedule V drug, the least restrictive classification for controlled substances.
Rules and regulations intended to reform health care are driving private practices out of business by overconfident design.
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The doctors' lobby is right that the arbitrary rule is medically unsound and misconstrues the CDC's guidelines.
President expected to sign legislation allowing earlier access to experimental medication.
The former V.A. nominee was charged with distributing sleeping pills and stimulants that helped people do their jobs.
Taking a cue from the CDC, the proposed regulation imposes an arbitrary cap on opioid prescriptions.
Since responses to pain treatment vary widely, it is hazardous to draw broad conclusions from a single study.
If we want to solve the doctor shortage, we should import more foreign physicians.
The attorney general thinks people should suffer needlessly, just like John Kelly.
When initial prescriptions are too short, refills are more likely.
While the risk of "opioid misuse" increased with the duration of the prescription, the overall rate was low.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
Did a small number of complaints get used to punish bureaucracy-rejecting physician?
The panel wants to make prescription analgesics even harder to obtain.
Just because Congress can't fix health care doesn't mean it can't be done.
Senate approves bill giving some earlier access to treatment.
Dentists use political muscle and control of regulatory boards to limit competition. How many other licensed professionals do the same?
"I take the Hippocratic oath seriously that my job is to relieve pain and suffering," says Dr. Forest Tennant, a California pain specialist who patients from across the nation are flocking to see.
Assisted suicide, experimental medical treatments, and slippery slopes
What part of "First, Do No MORE Harm" do congressional Republicans not understand?
Two new studies report experiments that successfully reverse aging
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A live debate at the Soho Forum in New York City.
The right to armed self-defense is not a license to muzzle nosy doctors.