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Over Half of Alzheimer's Patients Aren't Told About Their Diagnosis Free

Only 45% of patients with medical claims indicating a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease report that a doctor told them of their diagnosis, according to data from the Alzheimer's Association.

DEA Issues Alert on Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogues Free

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is warning of a spike in overdose deaths caused by heroin laced with the opioid fentanyl.

Drug Companies Looking to Make Painkillers Without the Euphoria Free

Several drug companies are trying to develop new types of painkillers that don't provide the same high as traditional opioids, potentially making them less likely to be abused, the Wall Street Journal reports.


Reviews of Note, October 10, 2014 Free

Concussion, transference interpretations, anxiety disorders in children, how to study and prevent suicide, the etiology of psychiatric disorders, and mitochondrial transfer techniques for severe genetic disease