Coffee consumption is associated with lower total mortality, specifically in African Americans, Japanese Americans, Latinos, and whites.
A recent study found high rates of mortality and morbidity in patients with opioid use disorder in a large healthcare system.
Death and serious outcomes resulting from overdose or poisoning from drugs used to treat depression more than doubled during the last decade and a half, found a recent study, with amitriptyline topping the list.
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