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Opioids kill us at twice the rate of the majority, shouldn’t we be twice as informed?
This is About All of Us – Nathan Koranda
Paramedic Nathan Koranda describes his personal and professional experience with the tragic opioid epidemic.Accessible version:
This is About All of Us – LGBTQ
No matter who you are, you’re not alone – and worthy of a happy, healthy life. (Accessible version)
Amid COVID-19, a New Push for Telehealth to Treat Opioid Use Disorder
The medical community has been working to provide accessible treatment for opioid use disorder to those who are in hard to reach areas, particularly in rural America. Telehealth, or the use of videoconferencing, texting and mobile apps are all being used to aid in...
Coronavirus-Driven Restriction Could Fuel the Opioid Epidemic
As the coronavirus pandemic swiftly drives increasingly severe restrictions on the mobility of everyday Americans, experts are gravely concerned that such changes could prove devastating to clinician's ability to provide treatments for opioid use disorder (OUD) to...
Covid-19 Will Worsen the Opioid Overdose Crisis If We Don’t Prepare Now
Efforts by health systems and governments to contain the spread of SARC-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes the disease, have revealed gaping cracks in our nation's public health and safety net infrastructure. Read More.
Illegal Substances Becoming More Common in Impaired Driving Arrests
Law enforcement in Minnesota has long been responsible for taking drivers off the road when they are impaired by substances. Lately, some officers have been noting an increase in the number of drivers impaired by substances other than alcohol. Read More.
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