How to Obtain and Use Naloxone, the Drug That Can Reverse an Opioid Overdose

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Spread the loveTweet This kind of syringe squirts naloxone up somebody‚Äôs nose (no needle). Image by Andrew Burton / Getty Welcome to another one of those posts you hope you…


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When Opioid Addicts Find an Ally in Blue

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Spread the loveTweet Burlington, 50 miles from Canada, is often their last stop. There, the drug couriers find hosts who help distribute drugs: pills, bulk heroin and, increasingly, fentanyl. On…


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New, deadlier trend in the raging opioid epidemic: Elephant tranquillizer

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 73 Share this story Law enforcement agencies across the country are raising alarms about the increasing trend of finding heroin laced with an extremely lethal…


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Why Banning Kratom May Make the Opioid Epidemic Even Worse

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Spread the loveTweet Why Banning Kratom May Make the Opioid Epidemic Even Worse | WIRED Advertisement. Science 11.30.16 7:00 am In August the DEA announced plans to ban Kratom, a…


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