Do doctors warn patients enough about opioids?

About a third of doctors may not be doing enough.

(DrugAbuse.com)
  • More than 130 people die every day from opioid-related overdoses, and some 11.4 million Americans have an opioid disorder.
  • Americans remain wary of opioids and want more guidance; about a third of doctors need to explain options better.
  • Patients have to pro-actively question subscribing physicians.
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What people smuggle onto airplanes — and why

Most of those who try to sneak stuff onboard succeed.

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  • 32.4 percent of American travelers try to sneak forbidden items onboard.
  • 87.7 percent of them succeed.
  • It's mostly about recreational drugs, but also about explosives, poisons, and infectious items.
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Everything We Know About Physics in One Neat Infographic

If you've ever wondered which part of physics covers which part of space, fret no more. Here is an awesome map that lays it all out.

Map of Physics by Dominic Walliman

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9 inventors who were killed by their inventions

Science gone horribly wrong. This infographic presents inventors where wiped out by their own creations. 

The deadly Hunley submarine (NAVSOURCE.ORG)

Yes, we know, “no pain, no gain,” but too much of a good thing…

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What the Early Life of Steve Jobs Can Teach Us About Success

This infographic, by Anna Vital from Funders and Founders, recaps the significant moments of Steve Jobs’ journey on, and sometimes off, the path of success. 

Steve Jobs

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