Scientists are closer to figuring out how the drug helps people with PTSD.
Zika, doing something good for humanity for a change.
News of the ploy made the Taliban even more anti-vax than it already was.
Take one guess how the NRA feels about this.
"It was like my brain was reprogrammed."
Researchers are studying the drug as a therapy for migraines that haven't responded to other treatments.
The agency says the herbal supplement may not be a safe alternative for opioids.
It's what researchers are calling "digital self-harm."
And that's technically an improvement.
It's the first monthly, injectable form of buprenorphine, a widely used addiction treatment.
Dec 1 2017, 10:04pm
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Yesterday the US Food and Drug Administration approved the first monthly, injectable form of buprenorphine, a widely used treatment for opioid addiction. It's an injection that improves on current versions of the drug, which have to be taken daily as a pill or dissolvable film. Experts believe this new, extended-release form can actually be m...