Know the Dangers of Opioid Misuse
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What Are Opioids?
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Opioids kill us at twice the rate of the majority, shouldn’t we be twice as informed?
Despite the overwhelming focus by the government, medical professionals and the general public on the current pandemic, the opioid epidemic remains a critical issue. In fact, the shifting emphasis from opioid misuse in America to COVID-19, while necessary, could...
Depression amid COVID-19 may be creating uptick in drug use. Read More.
The nation is focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, but the opioid epidemic remains in full force. Read More.
While the Faribault school district has no reported cases of opioid overdoses, the facilities will soon have a plan in place in case the problem ever arises. Faribault Middle and High schools will each have naloxone nasal spray to store on campus for emergency...
Frequency and Associated Risk Factors of Non-Fatal Overdose Reported by Pregnant Women With Opioid Use Disorder
Little is known about opioid overdose or naloxone access among pregnant women. Read More.
The current epidemic of opioid addiction has arguably been the most recalcitrant in the nation’s history and the first to involve substantial numbers of adolescents. Read More.
This paper provides a detailed discussion of the effects caused by opioid addiction among Black Americans. Read More.
As a population disproportionately affected by substance use disorders (SUDs), the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community has not been spared from the opioid epidemic. Read More.
Opioids in Minnesota. We dive into the history of opioids, heroin and other drugs with White, Tribal and Black communities. Three experts provide perspective on the drugs and the national crisis opioid use disorder has become.