Like many of my colleagues here at Prium, and acquaintances outside of Prium who focus on chronic pain day in and day out, I get all manner of articles forwarded to me from friends about opioids and related medical treatment advances.
The 19th century Romantic poet John Keats was also trained as a physician. And it's his definition of a "man of achievement" that gives Arabella Simpkin and Richard Schwartzstein their jumping-off point in a fascinating essay in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Perhaps it's obvious. I write blog posts with regularity, I consume news voraciously and I've never met a microphone I didn't enjoy speaking into. But in the event it's not readily apparent, I'm happy to share that the single most important concept in contemporary communi...Read More
Workers' compensation matters were intended by the Legislature to be summary and remedial actions. Accelerated justice does have its consequences on appeal, and should be implemented prudently.
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Your humble blogger hopes you had a wonderful Valentine's Day. I used to be a real Valentine's Day Grinch, but then I invested heavily in the flower cartels, the greeting card mob and the chocolate teamsters, and now I’m all for it.
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Just imagine this, dear readers: You get home from a hard day of work and you find your home has been infested with tribbles.
As every "Start Trek" fan knows, tribbles are wonderful, adorable, cute little creatures. But boy, do they multiply.