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The neuroscience is clear—you can’t possibly get good at multitasking. It’s a myth. Rather than keep trying to improve the “skill,” why not try something different. Read on . . .

Difficulty with sleep is a common problem for people with chronic pain. Plus, it is well known that while pain medications cause sedation, they can also disrupt normal sleep cycles.

I treated my young patient with asthma "by the book" and alienated his mother as I did so. I didn’t have the time to really listen to what she really needed from me.

Deaths from opioid overdoses routinely claim headlines but nearly as many fatalities are caused each year by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Who's tracking trouble under the radar?

Nope. No more open-ended questions that may invite wandering answers. Who has time when the double-booked patient sits in the exam room next door?

The results of several recent studies on both drug classes may come as a surprise. Will they change the way you prescribe either or both for pain?

#6. You pray you will be diagnosed with cancer so you can get some time to sleep. Am I right?

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