• Florida Sues Pharmacies Over Opioid Sales

    Walgreens customers can now purchase Narcan nasal spray without a prescription.

    Walgreens customers can now purchase Narcan nasal spray without a prescription.

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    The state of Florida is suing two of the nation’s largest drugstores, Walgreens and CVS, for allegedly contributing to the opioid crisis, reports the Associated Press. The lawsuit argues that these pharmacies have contributed to the opioid crisis in the U.S. by way of inflating the supply and demand for opioids in the state. This […]

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  • 5 Reasons to Watch the New PBS Series Addiction

    Here are five reasons you should watch the revealing new PBS series Addiction.

    Here are five reasons you should watch the revealing new PBS series Addiction.

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    It will shock you. It will educate you. It will give you hope. On October 17th, the new PBS series Addiction premiers – and it could very well change your life. Not only will you hear first-hand stories from people struggling with addiction, you’ll also learn about cutting-edge work of dedicated doctors and scientists who are determined […]

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  • Infographic: The No. 1 Date Rape Drug is 100% Legal

    Did you know alcohol is the most commonly used date rape drug?

    Did you know alcohol is the most commonly used date rape drug?

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    In the wake of sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the conversation has abruptly moved away from the misconduct allegations and towards the question of whether Kavanaugh drank too much (or even lied about it before the Senate Judiciary Committee). Earlier this summer, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to […]

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  • Mass. General Becomes First ER in State to Offer MAT

    Sixty-six doctors say their emergency departments should offer some form of MAT.

    Sixty-six doctors say their emergency departments should offer some form of MAT.

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    Massachusetts General Hospital is the first emergency department to offer buprenorphine to patients with opioid use disorder who want to start treatment immediately.   Doctors who want to prescribe buprenorphine, likely as a key part of a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) plan for opioid use disorder, can now opt to complete an eight-hour course—which includes listening to people who are on MAT and how it […]

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  • Can They Handle the Truth? How to Admit an Addiction to Your Kids 

    Despite your best efforts, addiction affects every aspect of your life – including parenting.

    Despite your best efforts, addiction affects every aspect of your life – including parenting.

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    He was supposed to be their leader. Their provider. Their hero. Gary’s kids looked to him to protect and guide them. He wanted to be the type of father they could love and respect – look up to. If they knew the truth, his image would be shattered. If he told them about his addiction, how […]

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  • Can They Handle It? Admitting an Addiction to Your Boss

    Those struggling with addiction often fear negative consequences at work.

    Those struggling with addiction often fear negative consequences at work.

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    Linda lived in a nearly constant state of anxiety. Every day, she worked so hard at her job – but her efforts were as much about hiding her addiction as completing her workload. She couldn’t afford to lose this job. She was convinced her employer would boot her if they knew about her struggle with […]

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5 Reasons to Watch the New PBS Series Addiction

Here are five reasons you should watch the revealing new PBS series Addiction.

It will shock you. It will educate you. It will give you hope. On October 17th, the new PBS series Addiction premiers – and it could very well change your life. Not only will you hear first-hand stories from people struggling with addiction, you’ll also learn about cutting-edge work of dedicated doctors and scientists who are determined […]

Infographic: How Drinking Impacts Reporting Sexual Assault

Alcohol and alcohol laws are still major factors in why sexual assault survivors do not report.

The Senate officially confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as the next Supreme Court Justice on Saturday, Oct. 6. Several protestors in the public viewing gallery interrupted the vote, arguing someone accused of sexual assault should not hold such a position. Alcohol’s Impact on Reporting Sexual Assault Following Kavanaugh’s hearing, many women have come forward sharing their reasons for not […]

Taking on Addiction: Are Cities Helping or Hurting the Homeless Population?

Many cities on the West Coast struggle to find solutions to their homelessness problem.

Recently, I traveled to Portland for a conference; an Oregon city I hadn’t visited in several years. As I walked the streets during breaks in my work schedule, I was surprised at the number of homeless people camped out on every corner. Tents adorned the sidewalks, campers panhandled pedestrians who walked by, and garbage was […]

Infographic: The No. 1 Date Rape Drug is 100% Legal

Did you know alcohol is the most commonly used date rape drug?

In the wake of sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the conversation has abruptly moved away from the misconduct allegations and towards the question of whether Kavanaugh drank too much (or even lied about it before the Senate Judiciary Committee). Earlier this summer, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to […]

Mass. General Becomes First ER in State to Offer MAT

Sixty-six doctors say their emergency departments should offer some form of MAT.

Massachusetts General Hospital is the first emergency department to offer buprenorphine to patients with opioid use disorder who want to start treatment immediately.   Doctors who want to prescribe buprenorphine, likely as a key part of a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) plan for opioid use disorder, can now opt to complete an eight-hour course—which includes listening to people who are on MAT and how it […]

Nursing Homes Turn MAT Patients Away

Nursing home patients who need MAT seem to have fallen by the wayside.

While medication-assisted-treatment (MAT) is the gold standard for people with opiate addictions, ? This practice is likely illegal under the Americans with Disabilities Act, which recognizes opioid addiction as a medical condition, and moves are underway to take legal action. As usual, stigma, not science, pervades the medical community, putting the most vulnerable at risk. Slamming the […]

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