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The problem with drug take back days

The problem with drug take back days

Getting rid of unused pills saves lives, but throwing them in the trash may be the better approach

By | Posted October 30, 2016

Here’s one way doctors can help patients take their medication regularly

Here’s one way doctors can help patients take their medication regularly

Patients follow medication guidelines better with decision-making training

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A prescription for med schools

A prescription for med schools

Opioid crisis prompts calls for better doctor training

By | Posted October 28, 2016

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Even more pharmacies in Ohio are allowing the public to get anti-overdose drugs without a prescription

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The city’s not just on your mind — it's in it

The city’s not just on your mind — it’s in it

Particles from air pollution end up in your brain

By | Posted October 22, 2016

The mercurial effects of exercise

The mercurial effects of exercise

Exercise can’t hurt — but if you were exposed to mercury in the womb, it might not help your brain

By | Posted October 1, 2016

New York rowers look to the Paralympics

New York rowers look to the Paralympics

With adapted equipment, physically impaired athletes get out on the water

By | Posted September 6, 2016

The city limits of the Paralympics

The city limits of the Paralympics

Navigating the host city remains challenging after Games

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How bacteria can control your brain

How bacteria can control your brain

The microbiome affects more than just your gut

By | Posted April 6, 2016

There’s fungus in your food

There’s fungus in your food

A whole kingdom to thank for more than just mushrooms

By | Posted April 4, 2016

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