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Drug Rehab Centers in Columbus to Receive Funds from Capital Budget

Drug rehab centers and substance abuse treatment programs in Columbus, Ohio, expect to receive a portion of the state’s 2019-2020 capital budget bill. The...

Hearing Loss is Connected to Opioid Abuse

A study has revealed that hearing loss is connected to opioid use, and in some situations, can sometime cause a person to go completely deaf.According...

Injection to Mitigate Opioid Addiction Approved by the FDA

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Sublocade, an injection version of their commonly-used opioid addiction treatment medication Suboxone.Indivior is the company...

National drugstore chain becomes the first to limit opioid prescriptions

Drugstores that are a part of the national chain CVS Pharmacy are going to become the first in the country to set a limit...

Latest federal research: opioid crisis in the US mostly fueled by...

The latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) provides the most recent estimated figures on the opioid crisis, which has been mostly...

Zebrafish can be key in improving opioid addiction treatment

Zebrafish addicted to opioids may be key in improving human opioid addiction treatment, a new research reveals.The research, published in the journal Behavioral Brain...

About 60 percent of people who abused opioids did not have...

Almost 60 percent of adults who misused opioids didn’t have a prescription, and more than 40 percent of those cases involved people who obtained...

Non-oral use of prescription opioids doubles risks of death

Prescription opioids are most commonly used and abused orally, but some people alter their medications and use non-oral methods of administration to experience enhanced...

What happens when surgeons limit postoperative opioid prescriptions?

What would happen if surgeons limited the number of opioid prescriptions written to manage postoperative pain among patients that had common surgeries? According to...

North Dakota combats triple-digit rise in fatal overdoses with outreach and...

Fatal overdoses in North Dakota increased 125 percent from 2013 to 2014. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 20...
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