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Researchers Try to Predict the Genes that Predispose People for Addiction

Genes are the focus of a joint study at Bentley University and Gravity Diagnostics into how genetics affect a person’s likelihood of becoming addicted...

Drug Addiction Recovery in Schwenksville Supported by Spiritual Facility

A spiritual facility based in Schwenksville, in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania provides drug addiction recovery support to local men who have had struggles with substance...

Kentucky Sues Walgreens For Alleged Role in Opioid Epidemic

Walgreens is being sued by the state of Kentucky for what the state is calling “unlawful business practices” that fueled Kentucky’s opioid epidemic.Kentucky...

Bangor Addiction Treatment Facilities’ Contract Changes Postponed

Contract changes that would have affected numerous addiction treatment facilities in Bangor and other Maine cities have been delayed.A few months ago, Maine’s Department...

Opioid Addiction Treatment in Moscow, Idaho Aided by New Program

Medical professionals in Moscow, Idaho, along with Boise and rural communities, are being connected through a project focused on opioid addiction treatment education.The Project...

Traces of Oxycodone Found in Mussels Off the Coast of Washington

Traces of oxycodone have been found in the tissues of native bay mussels in the Seattle and Bremerton area harbors, a new study by...

Fentanyl Deaths Continue to Rise in Ohio

Fentanyl deaths are rising in Ohio, taking over the illicit drug market in the greater Cincinnati area. The rise in deaths is at a...

Trump Administration Anti-Opioid Ad Campaign Soon to Be Launched

The Trump Administration will be presenting its anti-opioid ad campaign soon, and will take inspiration from the “This is Your Brain on Drugs” campaign...

Puget Sound Mussels Test Positive for Oxycodone

Mussels gathered from the Bremerton and Seattle, Washington area harbors have tested positive for oxycodone.A bi-annual study conducted by scientists at the Washington Department...

New Patient Assistance Program Offers Free Naloxone Pens in Six States

People who suffer with opioid addiction across six states, including California, will be able to receive an antidote to overdose in free naloxone pens...
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