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The opioid crisis that’s hitting America’s hospitals

By Mark Lefferts and Roberta Rampton, Associated PressAssociated PressMedical doctors and patients who have battled opioid overdoses say they are increasingly finding that they need medication to manage symptoms and pain and have a hard time getting help for their addictions.The number of opioid overdose deaths rose to 4,000 in January from 3,000 the year

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Why you should never buy an aneurysis treatment medication

The word “aneurysms” is synonymous with pain.But the word can also be used to describe many types of injuries and conditions, including traumatic brain injury.Aneurysmal injury (or TBI) is a condition that causes abnormal bleeding and inflammation of the brain.It can result in permanent brain damage, even after an initial shock.The term “anomaly” has also