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Is it a good idea for pregnant women to shoot opioids in regulated “safe havens?” (Undark)
Fountain of youth might be hidden inside Amish gene mutation. (The New York Times)
Four placebo myths debunked. (Science-Based Medicine)
“Second skin” wearables offer hope for more comfy pediatrics MRI. (STAT)
Eating nuts could help boost brainwave frequencies. (Science Daily)
Good news, bad news from Lancet’s latest naltrexone vs. buprenorphine study. (Vox)
Physicians attempted first DNA correction therapy inside a patient. (AP)
When a close friend dies under questionable circumstances, a physician asks, “Lack of care, or lack of caring?” (The Doctor Weighs In)
Ever wonder how drugs perform post FDA approval? Check the Trinity Drug Index. (MedCity News)
Madagascar plague outbreak on the decline, reports the WHO.
Famed murderer Charles Manson, 83, is hospitalized; no details released. (Los Angeles Times)
How I do it: Full time nurse practitioner, 24/7 mom. (NEJM)
Insys founder John Kapoor pleads not guilty to federal fraud and racketeering charges in connection with an alleged bribery scheme. (Reuters)
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