Washington-Post The Doctors Prescribed Me Pain Medication but Couldn't Help Me Stop Them. a first person narrative about one patient's struggle to extricate himself from opioid pain medications, and where he did and DIDN'T find help.
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The New Yorker When Doctors Tell Patients What They Don't Want To Hear
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washington post The disturbing reason some African American patients may be undertreated for pain A research study conducted at the University of Virginia reveals the biased opinions that may be underlying poor pain-management care for African Americans.
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50513_2219590487_2204_n Tales of An Amputee Mommy Blog: “Okay, Im talking about sex” Below the knee amputee who keeps a blog of life as a mother and wife following her amputation. This specific post is addressing relearning sex and intimacy following amputation.
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Pulse Dance in Three Movements by Anna Schmidt A vivid description of life with rheumatoid arthritis, including one woman’s description of giving birth with this condition and concerns about how it will impact her ability to raise her child.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJanuary 31, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / / / / / / / /
NPR A Busy ER Doctor Slows Down to Help Patients Cope with Adversity by Annie Feidt A view of palliative care and one doctor’s journey into the oft misunderstood speciality.
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