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How to tell if a loved one is abusing opioids

Anyone using opioids is at risk of abusing these medications. Don't ignore signs of harmful or illegal use. Taking action could save a loved one's life.


Child abuse

Child abuse includes physical, sexual, emotional and medical abuse, as well as neglect. Learn about signs, risk factors, how to get help, and prevention.


Psoriasis

Learn about this common skin condition that causes red, scaly, itchy patches and how you can combine medications with self-care habits to manage it.


Tapering off opioids: When and how

Most people on opioid medications need to stop as soon as possible to prevent long-term health risks. Find out how to taper safely and manage symptoms.


Anxiety disorder

A mental condition in which excessive, ongoing worry interferes with regular activities.


What are superbugs and how can I protect myself from infection?

Some bacteria and other germs are resistant to most types of antibiotics and medications that treat them. Find out the risks and how to prevent infections.


Fibromyalgia

This complicated disorder amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way your brain processes pain signals. Medications, therapy and exercise can help.


Diuretics and gout: What's the connection?

Diuretics and gout can be related because the medication may raise uric acid in your blood. It's usually possible to avoid this side effect, though.


Fever

Medications can lower a fever, but sometimes it's better left untreated. Fever may play a key role in helping your body fight off a number of infections.


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