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Every Walgreens Now Carrying Narcan Opioid Overdose Antidote [caption id="attachment_22803" align="aligncenter" width="462"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] Author: Justin Mckibben You may remember back in early 2016 the pharmacy organization Walgreens announced two programs to... Learn More
Did Satisfaction Surveys Make Opioid Crisis Worse?   Author: Shernide Delva The opioid crisis is pinpointed to a variety of sources, yet those blamed the most are doctors. Doctors are criticized for their generous prescribing of prescription painkillers that led to patients developing an addiction to the... Learn More
Find Out the Overdose Death Rate in YOUR State Author: Justin Mckibben Take a moment of silence and consider the facts. It's not unlikely that right now somewhere someone is dying from a drug overdose. In all reality, several people just like you and me will die today overdosing.... Learn More
Florida Passes Emergency Treatment for Opioid Overdose Act Author: Justin Mckibben New legislation is being processed and approved all over America with the intention of irradiating the increasing opioid epidemic, with officials teaming up across parties to participate in the discussion and development of initiatives to put the... Learn More
Inside the US Heroin Capital Author: Justin Mckibben I dare you to take a wild guess what the heroin capital of the United States is. Some used to suspect it was New Jersey, or maybe even Boston, Massachusetts. Nope. Try Baltimore, Maryland… or more infamously... Learn More
Is Ohio Having a ‘Heroin Emergency’? I’m a recovering addict/alcoholic from Columbus, Ohio. It's not all corn fields and farms. I live in South Florida now, but I bleed Scarlet and Grey. I personally abused opiates in Ohio for years, and I know people who have... Learn More
Drug Abuse by State: Florida According to a new report in Prescription Drug Abuse: Strategies to Stop the Epidemic, Florida drug abuse has the 11th highest drug overdose death percentage in the United States, with 16.4 per 100,000 people suffering drug overdose mortalities. The amount... Learn More
In the News: NJ Heroin Epidemic Worsens Weak ruling, out-of-date drug education, careless prescribing practices and countless obstacles to treatment have permitted and worsened a growing catastrophe of heroin and opiate addiction among New Jersey adolescence, according to a determined and long overdue state task force report... Learn More
Philip Seymour Hoffman and The Heroin Overdose Epidemic [caption id="attachment_9352" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image credit: KDKA[/caption] A deadly batch of heroin has been making its way across the nation. The deadly heroin, rather a hybrid of heroin and another potent opioid drug called Fentanyl, is leaving a path of... Learn More
In the News: Bad Batch of Heroin Plagues Pittsburgh Heroin overdoses were responsible for at least four deaths in Pittsburgh, Pa., Sunday, thus naming this a “major public health crisis.” Over the past week, there have been 14 heroin overdoses. The victims all had well-known pasts of drug abuse.... Learn More

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