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Intentional fire, as she sees it, is “a tool and anyone who’s managing land is going to have prescribed fire in their toolbox.”
This is followed by narrowly prescribed drug treatments that have been worked out over several years of controlled trials and clinical experience.
For patients who depend on these mail-only services, a general practitioner will often prescribe birth control if needed.
It involves a set of behaviors and norms that shape how men and women act, prescribe how they ought to be, and specify what it means to be a man or a woman.
Some other doctors at the medical center were also prescribing steroids — usually prednisone, but sometimes methylprednisolone or dexamethasone — for some patients.
Doctors have prescribed it for decades to fight inflammation.
Doctors also can continue to prescribe the drugs for “off label” use.
So as this man suggests, the prescribing protocols for opioids have changed — in his case, not for the better.
At least half the patients who did return their pills brought back the entire number of pills they’d been prescribed.
The steroid hormones are amongst the most widely prescribed drugs on the planet.

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