When Opioids Become Tough to Stomach
Some people have stomach problems when they take opioids. If that’s you, there’s plenty that can be done to make your tummy feel better.
Feeling Foggy on Opioids?
If you’re taking opioids, you may not feel like yourself. Here’s what may be going on and what you can do to stop it.
What Are Opioids?
Opioids are used to treat severe pain. Learn how they work, what kinds are available, and their side effects.
Pain Management: Drug Tolerance and Addiction
WebMD explores the issues of drug tolerance and addiction to pain medication.
Handicap Parking Permits: How to Get One
If you’re disabled or have a chronic illness, you might qualify for a handicap parking permit. WebMD tells you more.
Chronic Pain: Where to Get Help
WebMD provides a list of pain management resources to help you find information and support.
Learn more about pinched nerves, a common injury that can result in chronic pain.
What to Expect From Your First Visit to a DO
Doctors of osteopathic medicine can treat any medical condition. Here’s what you can expect at your first visit.
What Is Osteopathic Medicine?
With its big focus on preventing health problems, the field of osteopathic medicine is on the rise.
Can I Take My Child to a DO?
When you look for a pediatrician for your child, you might see some that are “DOs” -- doctors of osteopathic medicine. Get to know what they do and how they are alike and different from pediatricians who are MDs.