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Physicians and patients must work together to halt the rise in opioid use

Opioids are common pain medications that are used for the treatment for mild to moderate pain. These medications are highly addictive and bind to particular receptors in the brain and spinal column that produce a feeling of euphoria along with the relief of chronic pain. However, in the U.S. they are becoming a leading cause […]
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