Small Doses: The Weekly News You Need to Know Small doses is a weekly slideshow of the news you may have missed, made just for you and your busy lifestyle. New Insights on Treatment Refusal of Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy March 07, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm A meta-analysis casts light on therapy compliance issues among patients with different mental health disorders. A Solution to the Opioid Crisis? March 06, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm A new study finds that patients many patients prefer cannabis to prescribed opioids. If Your Patients are Grumpy on Sundays and Happy on Thursdays, That May be Usual March 06, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm If your patients are grumpy on Sundays and happy on Thursdays, you may not be alone. Health Spending to Reach Nearly 20% of GDP in 2025 March 02, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm An ageing population and an increase in government spending mean that NHE will only be growing in the coming decade. Small Doses: The news you need to be the best A look at four important drug studies and stories that you need to know about. New CDC Study Finds Shocking Rates of Overdose Deaths February 27, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm A new CDC study shows that drug overdose deaths have been on the rise and are likely to keep rising. Why do pediatric trials go to waste? August 25, 2016 By Rachael Zimlich RN Roughly 20% of trials involving pediatric participants are discontinued early, and another 30% go unpublished after completion, according to a new report. Risks of IOL replacement in children under age of 2 exceed benefits November 24, 2015 By Laird Harrison CPT The risks of intraocular lens (IOL) replacement in children under 2 years of age may exceed the benefits, according to Ameenat Lola Solebo and colleagues from the British Isles Congenital Cataract Interest Group. “Glutamine Addiction” Fuels Melanoma March 03, 2015 By Lisette Hilton Melanoma cells proliferate and thrive with access to glutamine. Learn what one study found happens without the protein building amino acid.