Tag Archives: opioid

Viewpoints: Where’s The Praise About Good News On Declining Opioid Deaths?; Shutting Down Air, Trade Over Coronavirus Will Be More Harmful In Long Run

Opinion writers weigh in on these health care issues and others. The Wall Street Journal: Opioid Inflection Point? A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week that drug overdose deaths have declined for the first time in nearly three decades drew little attention until President Trump flogged it in his State… Read More »

Can meditation, hypnosis, and CBT help address the opioid crisis?

A first-of-its-kind review and meta-analysis of specialized literature suggests that mind-body therapies, such as meditation and cognitive behavioral therapy, can help ease physical pain and prevent the development of opioid use disorder. Share on PinterestMeditation and other mind-body therapies could help relieve pain and reduce opioid use, according to a new review. Opioids are a… Read More »

Teva’s $15B free drug opioid settlement might be a great deal in the long run: analyst

Instead of fighting it out in court, Teva is reportedly offering $ 15 billion in free drugs to escape a massive opioid litigation in Cleveland that has ensnared some of the industry’s biggest players. It’s an unusual—and pricey—offer for Teva, but one analyst thinks it might just work. Teva’s $ 15 billion giveaway, which according… Read More »