[Music] [TEXT: Opioid Overdose Epidemic] [Male voiceover speaking] While the opioid overdose epidemic originated in the late 1990’s from an increase in the misuse of prescription opioids, it is currently largely driven by heroin and synthetic opioids. [Graphic: US map with opioid deaths in 2016] In 2016, opioids were involved… Continue Reading Office-based Buprenorphine Treatment for OUD

So what are the do’s and the don’ts when taking a homeopathic remedy? So where a homeopathic remedy is taken is often orally, alright? In a very-very sick individual or in a baby, one could use olfaction as a method but for all intents and purposes remedies are taken orally.… Continue Reading What are the do’s and don’ts when taking a homeopathic remedy?

[MUSIC PLAYING] Frequently, my back pain was so severe, and it was difficult to lie down. It was difficult to get up. So I think over the years, the pain began to exacerbate before I began to do anything about it. Tai Chi was a mystical and strange subject. And… Continue Reading Back Pain: How One Veteran Found Relief | Consumer Reports

All right. Good afternoon, everybody, and welcome to another edition of the Stanford Health Policy Forum. My name is Keith Humphreys. I chair the advisory group for the forum, which also includes Drs. Mary Goldstein Ann Arvin, Doug Owens, Dan Kessler, and Rob Kocher. We hold these events two or… Continue Reading Stanford Health Policy Forum: The Problem of Prescription Opioids