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Non-Addictive, Over-The-Counter Painkillers Alleviate Acute Pain As Well As Opioids

08:55 EST 8 Nov 2017 | Kaiser Health News

A new study finds that for patients who went to the emergency room for things such as a sports injury or a fall can be served just as well with over-the-counter pain relievers. Experts have pointed to prescription practices in those scenarios as part of the cause of the opioid crisis. In other news, medical experts are the latest target of lawsuits over the epidemic.

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