Editor’s Selections: Pain management, and unintended consequences

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By Travis Saunders

Travis SaundersTravis Saunders selects several notable posts each week from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.

  • Who will do well, and who will not? We can predict who will and who won’t benefit the most from pain treatment.  So why bother treating those we know will benefit the least?  HealthSkills explains.
  • When clinical trials go too well.   Rob Mitchum of Science Life Blog looks at the unintended consequences of having an intervention so effective that it’s unethical to even be completed.
  • *Cough* *cough* *choke*.  Speaking of unintended consequences, Bob O’Hara of Deep Thoughts and Silliness looks at the impact of sanding roads in winter on springtime respiratory illness.

See you all next Wednesday!


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