Oklahoma’s Attorney General believes the ‘family company,’ Johnson & Johnson acted as the kingpin in the opioid drug crisis.
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California study suggests that minority patients are more likely to be prescribed addictive opioid painkillers than non-minorities.
A pediatrician that has been accused of fondling a female patient has reopened his urgent care center and it will remain open for business until a Medical Board hearing in August to determine whether he will be able to keep his license.
Rumor has it that Purdue is planning to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy to halt the 2,000 lawsuits against it for deceptively marketing OxyContin to doctors and patients.
Dr. Gavin Awerbuch is set to start serving time in prison this April for drug charges and health care fraud.
Insys has shown a complete disregard to those who have been hurt by their powerful fentanyl spray, Subsys.
The appeals panel added a degree of clarity to a former Supreme Court ruling, which enabled hospitals to dip into accident victims’ settlements.
Stress is practically unavoidable these days, and it takes a toll on our mental health. Getting outdoors is a simple way to de-stress.
FDA warns that not all CanaRx’s prescription drugs it is importing into the U.S. are safe for use.