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An association was found between comorbid psychiatric comorbidities and headaches among individuals with traumatic brain injury.
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There were 18 893 deaths involving prescription opioids in the US in 2014.
The $1.1 billion figure is on top of the $400 million already included in the December budget agreement.
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