Most Recent Articles by Florence Chaverneff, PhD
Dr Cosio presented results from a preliminary study examining the prevalence of mental health disorders in veterans with chronic pain.
The prevalence of opioid use disorder rose in women delivering at hospitals across 28 US states and the District of Columbia between 1999 and 2014, with quadrupling at the national level during this period.
Causes of death in the year after a nonfatal opioid overdose were often related to substance use disorders, as well as to a range of mental health and medical conditions.
Few of the individuals who experience an opioid-related overdose had received treatment for opioid use disorder.
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued warnings to 3 companies selling kratom-containing products with unsubstantiated claims regarding their effectiveness in conditions that include opioid withdrawal and addiction and chronic pain.
More Articles by Florence Chaverneff, PhD
Examining the Relationship Between Synthetic Cannabinoid Use and Hospital Length of Stay, Antipsychotic Doses in Bipolar DisorderMar 08,2018
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