Every minute a cardiac arrest patient goes without care decreases that person’s chances of survival, which is why it’s important people know how to react in an emergency, a local EMS administrator said.

May 21—ST. LOUIS — A Washington University study has found higher incidence of prescription opioid use among recovering COVID-19 patients, suggesting doctors are using the potent painkillers to treat the lingering effects of the virus — and leading the study's main author to caution against such a trend. The study was released last month in the journal Nature. Its main finding showed that ...

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