The opioid epidemic and the need for alternative pain treatments are spurring interest in the potential of integrative medicine as a lasting solution for patients, providers, and payers.
Decades after the failed War on Drugs was declared, policies for significant, systemic change remain slow to materialize.
In an effort to reduce harmful interactions and overdoses, providers may be going too far in steering people with opioid use disorder away from anxiety medication, a new study suggests.
Understanding the reasons for self-treatment and targeting community settings may help providers reach people who avoid necessary care, a new study suggests.
Young people represent an increasing proportion of all HCV cases, but rates of testing and treatment for this group are poor, research finds.