Health in Moberly, MO

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This publication presents national estimates of drug-related visits to hospital emergency departments (EDs) for the calendar year 2011, based on data from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN). Also presented are comparisons of 2011 estimates with those for 2004, 2009, and 2010. DAWN is a public health surveillance system that monitors drug-related ED visits for the Nation and for selected metropolitan areas. The Substance Abuse and…

The New England Journal of Medicine has announced its list of the 10 most clinically important psychiatry research articles of 2015, and four of the 10 were published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.

While research is ongoing, the commitment to tackling this issue should be at the forefront of all physicians’ minds.

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Toby Fischer lives in South Dakota, where just 27 doctors are certified to prescribe buprenorphine -- a medication that blunts the symptoms of withdrawal from heroin and opioid painkillers. A Huffington Post analysis of government data found nearly half of all counties in America don't have such a certified physician. So every month, Fischer and his mother drive to Colorado to pick up their prescriptions.

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A special report from L. Jon Wertheim and Ken Rodriguez on the rising use and abuse of heroin among young athletes across the U.S. and the connection between sports, painkillers and heroin addiciton.

Residing in a gated area just five minutes from downtown, the ADVANCE@PFH program offers a full continuum of care for young adults ages 18 to 26
“From a clinical standpoint, our program was basically built because nowhere in Missouri can an 18 year-old go and have tailored, specific treatment for his or her age group,” says Jim Wallis, vice president of community development and marketing, Preferred…