Doctors Unsatisfied with Pharmaceutical Prescribing Trends Embrace Other Options Laguna Hills – January 04, 2019 – Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health studied pharmaceutical prescribing trends of doctors in the U.S. They found that eighty-five percent of doctors believed that high strength opioid pharmaceuticals like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, Dilaudid, Opana, Morphine, etc. are overprescribed. More than half of the surveyed doctors said that they were very concerned about risks involved with such medications.
When we consider why social media applications were originally created, it helps us understand why these empires are so addictive and how they draw in an almost cult-like following. Sean Parker, the founding President of Facebook, boldly stated years after resignation from the company that Facebook was not created to further connect people as we are led to believe, but instead when it was put into action it was on the basis that the website
Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling vapor, which is produced by an e-cigarette or a similar device. The device allows users to inhale nicotine without the harmful substances that are burnt when a normal cigarette is smoked. This new trend has swept across the nation, creating a cult-like following with ‘vape’ shops and communities. The appeal of e-cigarettes is that it is branded as a safer alternative to smoking. The safeness, however, of