Horses for courses?
They're often no more effective than placebo, but that shouldn't necessarily stop us using them.
What type of painkiller matches my pain?
When you're in pain, it's hard to think about anything else. In many cases, it won't go away until you take something for it, but how do you know what type and strength to take?
But not defunct just yet.
Yeast can produce opioid from sugar but although a proof of concept, we're still far away from production at scale.
Opioid addicts now being armed with overdose antidote.
Many first responders’ – even some university police officers – are carrying a new tool in their first-aid kits. It’s naloxone, the opioid overdose antidote drug, and today it’s more widely available than…
Older Australians are being prescribed pain relievers for an average of five years when clinical guidelines recommend short-term…