In a Reader’s Digest article on “10 Everyday things You Didn’t Know You Could Get Addicted To,” Dr. Kelly Volts says: “For some percent of the population, extended use of Visine can cause redness and patients may find themselves in a cycle of using a product which initially helped the problem, but now contributes to it.”
OHSU in the news
Dr. John Williams describes how opioids rewire the brain.
Window blind cords still pose a deadly risk to children; Dr. Ben Hoffman says, as with many child injuries, parents often believe it won't happen to them.
Powerlifter Ben Rice sets personal record in Deadlifts for Doernbecher, a charity event.
OHSU is among a handful of academic medical centers who have added transgender surgery centers.
Julie Burk and her therapy dog, Akita Zipporah, spend most Fridays in the Collaborative Life Sciences Building helping health and science students destress.
Dr. Julie Graff discusses effectiveness of Provenge in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer.
Dr. Mark Slifka is interviewed for an NPR Q&A on diphtheria.
The Portland Trail Blazers visit patients and families receiving care at Doernbecher.
Dr. Kim Mauer discusses the pros and cons of topical pain relief products.
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