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Hospital drug diversion could play a role in the opioid crisis, research finds

Hospital drug diversion, when a healthcare worker “diverts” opiates or other controlled substances away from patients for personal use or sale, is often undetected and can lead to patient safety issues, harm to the diverter and significant risk for the organization, new research finds. Global medical technology organization Becton, Dickinson and Company released the report,… Read More »

New Research from the CWMH: Prenatal Supplement Containing Folate May Reduce Depressive Symptoms During Pregnancy

While there is research to support the reproductive safety of many antidepressants, many woman and their providers ask about alternatives to traditional antidepressants in women who are pregnant or planning to conceive.  In a recent study, Dr. Marlene Freeman and colleagues at the Center for Women’s Mental Health explored the use of a folate-based preparation… Read More »

New research shows acne could be caused by your genes and the shape of your hair follicles – INSIDER

Nearly everyone will have acne at some point in their lives. It affects 80% of people aged 11-30. Some people suffer with severe acne, and treatments can be unpredictable. A new study offers hope for new treatments. It suggests some cases of acne could be caused by genes, and the shape of your hair follicles.… Read More »