One construction worker’s struggles with pain, and its management.
From about 2004 to 2014, “I was taking 12 prescriptions a day,” Mike recalls. This included up to 10 doses of the opioid Darvocet (dextropropoxyphene), later switching to multiple daily doses of Vicodin (hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen).
From Practical Pain Management.
Whether we’re trying to convince ourselves that high-waisted jeans are not the same thing as mom jeans or introduce age-appropriate ideas about consent to our toddlers, we more seasoned mothers of young kids face challenges younger moms don’t, but we’re also reaping some unexpected benefits.
From AARP’s The Girlfriend.
Ready to like your job more? Follow these experts’ tips.
“When people come to me, they’re almost always solving the wrong problem,” says career transition and executive coach Etta Jacobs of hermes|path in Watertown, MA. That’s in part because “When you’re unhappy, it’s hard to know what will make you happy.”
From Ruby Magazine.
An unrelenting crisis in among manual laborers…