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A Visual Journey Through Addiction A Visual Journey Through Addiction

Article from The New York Times

The New York Times created, through interviews with users and experts, a visual representation of how opioids can hijack the brain.

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0 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Death jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Fentanyl jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Overdose jplist-topic-Visual 0 304770 304770 The New York Times created, through interviews with users and experts, a visual representation of how opioids can hijack the brain. 

A Visual Journey Through Addiction

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The New York Times created, through interviews with users and experts, a visual representation of how opioids can hijack the brain.

How Opioid Addiction Occurs How Opioid Addiction Occurs

Article from The Mayo Clinic by Mayo Clinic Staff

According to The Mayo Clinic, "Anyone who takes opioids is at risk of developing addiction. Your personal history and the length of time ...

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1 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Epidemic jplist-topic-Fentanyl jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Overdose jplist-topic-Science 0 304771 304771 According to The Mayo Clinic, "Anyone who takes opioids is at risk of developing addiction. Your personal history and the length of time you use opioids play a role, but it's impossible to predict who's vulnerable to eventual dependence on and abuse of these drugs. Legal or illegal, stolen and shared, these drugs are responsible for the majority of overdose deaths in the U.S. today." This article explains how even short-term pain relief can lead to life threatening problems.

How Opioid Addiction Occurs

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According to The Mayo Clinic, "Anyone who takes opioids is at risk of developing addiction. Your personal history and the length of time you use ...

3 Major Myths About Opioid Addiction 3 Major Myths About Opioid Addiction

Article from Yale Medicine by Jennifer Chen

This article is an interview with a panel of Yale Medicine experts who weigh in on the most harmful and widely held misconceptions about ...

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2 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Facts jplist-topic-Fentanyl jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-Myths jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Truth 0 304774 304774 This article is an interview with a panel of Yale Medicine experts who weigh in on the most harmful and widely held misconceptions about opioid addiction that are preventing large groups of people from getting treatment. 

3 Major Myths About Opioid Addiction

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This article is an interview with a panel of Yale Medicine experts who weigh in on the most harmful and widely held misconceptions about opioid ...

Overcoming Opioid Addiction: A Woman Shares Her.. → Overcoming Opioid Addiction: A Woman Shares Her.. →

Article from Yale Medicine

Most doctors view addiction as a chronic disease, akin to diabetes. “When you get it, you don’t get rid of it,” Dr. Schottenfeld ...

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3 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-Opioids jplist-topic-recovery jplist-topic-Story jplist-topic-Substance-Abuse jplist-topic-Withdrawl 0 304775 304775 Most doctors view addiction as a chronic disease, akin to diabetes. “When you get it, you don’t get rid of it,” Dr. Schottenfeld says. “It’s hard to recover from.” With so many Americans dependent on opioids, “hundreds of thousands of people will need ongoing treatment for prolonged periods of time,” he says. In this article, a woman named Cristin shares her personal story of having an opioid addiction, and how she overcame that addiction.

Overcoming Opioid Addiction: A Woman Shares Her Story

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Most doctors view addiction as a chronic disease, akin to diabetes. “When you get it, you don’t get rid of it,” Dr. Schottenfeld says. ...

Why are Opioids so Addictive? Why are Opioids so Addictive?

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Every 19 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. Most of the time, it's from prescription narcotics called opioids. ...

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Why are Opioids so Addictive?

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Every 19 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. Most of the time, it's from prescription narcotics called opioids. (Description from ...

By the Numbers By the Numbers

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Opioid Facts for Teens Opioid Facts for Teens

Article from National Institute on Drug Abuse by Nora D. Volkow, M.D.

Dr. Nora D. Volkow says, "You might not realize this, but if you have had a sports injury, dental work, or surgery, it is possible your ...

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6 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-Opioids jplist-topic-Overdose jplist-topic-teenager jplist-topic-Teens 0 304776 304776 Dr. Nora D. Volkow says, "You might not realize this, but if you have had a sports injury, dental work, or surgery, it is possible your doctor gave you a pain reliever that was actually an opioid medication. While opioids can be very effective at treating pain, they can be very addictive and should only be used under a doctor’s careful watch." Dr. Nora D. Volkow's goal of this letter is to give teens the facts about the opioid crisis so they can make smart choices.

Opioid Facts for Teens

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Dr. Nora D. Volkow says, "You might not realize this, but if you have had a sports injury, dental work, or surgery, it is possible your doctor gave ...

Prescription Nation 2018: Facing America's Opioid.. → Prescription Nation 2018: Facing America's Opioid.. →

Report from the National Safety Council

"Highly addictive opioid medications—Vicodin,Percocet, OxyContin and others—have been improperly marketed to the medical community ...

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7 Research-Report-Research-Report jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Dealth jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Epidemic jplist-topic-Fentanyl jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Overdose jplist-topic-Prescription jplist-topic-Report 0 304780 304780 "Highly addictive opioid medications—Vicodin,Percocet, OxyContin and others—have been improperly marketed to the medical community asthe most effective method for treating pain. Since the1990s, opioids have been liberally prescribed, setting the stage for a flood of people suffering from opioiduse disorder, overdose and death", according to Deborah A. P. Hersman, President and CEO of the National Safety Council. 

Prescription Nation 2018: Facing America's Opioid Epidemic

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"Highly addictive opioid medications—Vicodin,Percocet, OxyContin and others—have been improperly marketed to the medical community asthe most ...

Management of the Opioid Epidemic Management of the Opioid Epidemic

Article from Plan Analysis

According to Plan Analysis, "As an employer, you know employee productivity is important for any business’ success, but sometimes ...

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8 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Epidemic jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Prescription 0 304781 304781 According to Plan Analysis, "As an employer, you know employee productivity is important for any business’ success, but sometimes employees are too overwhelmed by personal or behavioral problems to perform at their highest level. High stress, psychological problems, substance abuse, financial troubles and other personal issues can lead to lower productivity and focus during work, increased absenteeism and higher health care costs." This article discusses the current opioid epidemic and how it affects businesses and their employees. 

Management of the Opioid Epidemic

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According to Plan Analysis, "As an employer, you know employee productivity is important for any business’ success, but sometimes employees are too ...

Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit

Toolkit from SAMHSA

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Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit

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Opioid Overdose Risk Opioid Overdose Risk

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Opioid Overdose Risk

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What Can You Do To Prevent Opioid Misuse What Can You Do To Prevent Opioid Misuse

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What Can You Do To Prevent Opioid Misuse

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Podcast from Harvard School of Public Health

Chad Brummet, a pain management specialist from the University of Michigan, shares a new approach to combat Michigan’s opioid crisis that ...

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12 Podcast-Podcast jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-Opioid-Crisis jplist-topic-Opioids 0 345186 345186 Chad Brummet, a pain management specialist from the University of Michigan, shares a new approach to combat Michigan’s opioid crisis that could be a model for the rest of the nation. Brummet sat down with Mary Bassett, director of Harvard’s FXB Center for Health and Human Rights.Description from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthVisit the site here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/multimedia-article/addressing-the-opioid-crisis-ending-over-prescription/

Addressing the opioid crisis: ending over-prescription

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Chad Brummet, a pain management specialist from the University of Michigan, shares a new approach to combat Michigan’s opioid crisis that could be ...

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Article from FiveThirtyEight by Maia Szalavitz

Maia Szalavitz says, "To try to help sort fact from fiction, I’ve put together an evidence-based guide about what the science of opioid ...

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13 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Drug-Abuse jplist-topic-Opiod 0 375161 375161 Maia Szalavitz says, "To try to help sort fact from fiction, I’ve put together an evidence-based guide about what the science of opioid addiction recommends for people trying to help a loved one suffering from addiction."This article gives guidance on how to help loved ones struggling with opioid addiction.

What Science Says To Do If Your Loved One Has An Opioid Addiction

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Maia Szalavitz says, "To try to help sort fact from fiction, I’ve put together an evidence-based guide about what the science of opioid addiction ...

Basic Facts About OxyContin Basic Facts About OxyContin

Article from VeryWell Mind by Buddy T

According to Buddy T, "Oxycontin is the time-release form of oxycodone which is typically prescribed for chronic and severe pain. Due to ...

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14 Article-Article jplist-topic-Addictive jplist-topic-Drug jplist-topic-Oxycontin jplist-topic-Prescription 0 375173 375173 According to Buddy T, "Oxycontin is the time-release form of oxycodone which is typically prescribed for chronic and severe pain. Due to the fact that it can contain a large amount of oxycodone, it has become one of the most abused prescription drugs in the United States."This article explains what oxycontin is, its effects and the potential dangers of abusing it.

Basic Facts About OxyContin

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According to Buddy T, "Oxycontin is the time-release form of oxycodone which is typically prescribed for chronic and severe pain. Due to the fact ...

How to Take Painkiller Drugs Safely How to Take Painkiller Drugs Safely

Article from VeryWell Mind by Trisha Torrey

According to Trisha Torrey, "If your doctor has prescribed you painkillers, you should be aware that pain drugs can be safe. Pain-relieving ...

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15 Article-Article jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Painkillers jplist-topic-Safety 0 375263 375263 According to Trisha Torrey, "If your doctor has prescribed you painkillers, you should be aware that pain drugs can be safe. Pain-relieving drugs, whether they are prescription or non-prescription, can help you feel better. But for a variety of reasons, painkillers can be dangerous, too."This article explains the safest way to take prescribed pain medication.

How to Take Painkiller Drugs Safely

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According to Trisha Torrey, "If your doctor has prescribed you painkillers, you should be aware that pain drugs can be safe. Pain-relieving drugs, ...

The 10 Most Addictive Pain Killers The 10 Most Addictive Pain Killers

Article from VeryWell Mind by Elizabeth Hartney, BSc., MSc., MA, PhD

According to Elizabeth Hartney, "It is important to be cautious when taking pain relief medications. The treatment may be more dangerous ...

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16 Article-Article jplist-topic-Addictive jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Pain-Killers 0 375283 375283 According to Elizabeth Hartney, "It is important to be cautious when taking pain relief medications. The treatment may be more dangerous than the underlying cause of the pain."This article discusses opioid abuse and the most addictive painkillers.

The 10 Most Addictive Pain Killers

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According to Elizabeth Hartney, "It is important to be cautious when taking pain relief medications. The treatment may be more dangerous than the ...

What Are Opiates/Opioids? What Are Opiates/Opioids?

Article from Psychemedics

According to Psychemedics, "While opiates are naturally-occurring chemicals in the Flowering Opium Poppy, opioids are man made. The two ...

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17 Article-Article jplist-topic-Opiates jplist-topic-Opioids 0 375295 375295 According to Psychemedics, "While opiates are naturally-occurring chemicals in the Flowering Opium Poppy, opioids are man made. The two words are sometimes used interchangeably but an important distinction to remember is that  while all opiates are opioids, not all opioids are opiates."This article explains the difference between opiates and opioids. 

What Are Opiates/Opioids?

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According to Psychemedics, "While opiates are naturally-occurring chemicals in the Flowering Opium Poppy, opioids are man made. The two words are ...

What Are Opioids? What Are Opioids?

Article from Johns Hopkins Medicine

According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioids are a class of drugs naturally found in the opium poppy plant and that work in the brain to ...

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18 Article-Article jplist-topic-Heroin jplist-topic-Opioids jplist-topic-Prescritpion 0 375301 375301 According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioids are a class of drugs naturally found in the opium poppy plant and that work in the brain to produce a variety of effects, including the relief of pain with many of these drugs."This article explains what opioids are and the different types.

What Are Opioids?

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According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioids are a class of drugs naturally found in the opium poppy plant and that work in the brain to produce a ...

Signs of Opioid Abuse Signs of Opioid Abuse

Article from Johns Hopkins Medicine

According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioid use disorder may be diagnosed by a doctor. Someone struggling with opioid use disorder may not ...

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19 Article-Article jplist-topic-Abuse jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-opioid 0 375357 375357 According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioid use disorder may be diagnosed by a doctor. Someone struggling with opioid use disorder may not display symptoms right away. However, over time, there may be some signs that they need help."This article goes over some common signs of opioid abuse.

Signs of Opioid Abuse

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According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, "Opioid use disorder may be diagnosed by a doctor. Someone struggling with opioid use disorder may not display ...

Opioids: Frequently Asked Questions Opioids: Frequently Asked Questions

Article from Johns Hopkins Medicine

Johns Hopkins Medicine explains, "An opioid is a type of drug found in prescription pain medicine. It is also found in “street drugs” ...

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20 Article-Article jplist-topic-FAQs jplist-topic-Opioids 0 375364 375364 Johns Hopkins Medicine explains, "An opioid is a type of drug found in prescription pain medicine. It is also found in “street drugs” such as heroin. Prescription opioids can help with pain when used under a doctor’s order. They may be addictive and cause side effects and even death when used incorrectly."This article covers several frequently asked questions about opioids and answers them.

Opioids: Frequently Asked Questions

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Johns Hopkins Medicine explains, "An opioid is a type of drug found in prescription pain medicine. It is also found in “street drugs” such as ...

Mind Matters: The Body's Response to Opioids Mind Matters: The Body's Response to Opioids

Article from National Institutes of Health

According to National Institutes of Health, "Prescription opioids are used as medicine but can also be misused. Illegal opioids are only ...

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21 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Body jplist-topic-Opioids jplist-topic-Withdrawal 0 375383 375383 According to National Institutes of Health, "Prescription opioids are used as medicine but can also be misused. Illegal opioids are only used to get high. Misusing prescription opioids or taking any illegal opioid can be dangerous."This article explains what opioids are and how they work.

Mind Matters: The Body's Response to Opioids

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According to National Institutes of Health, "Prescription opioids are used as medicine but can also be misused. Illegal opioids are only used to get ...

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Article from VeryWell Mind by Kendra Cherry

Kendra Cherry explains, "Opiates and opioids work by binding to specific receptors in the brain, thus mimicking the effects of ...

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22 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Brain jplist-topic-Opiate 0 375400 375400 Kendra Cherry explains, "Opiates and opioids work by binding to specific receptors in the brain, thus mimicking the effects of pain-relieving chemicals that are produced naturally."This article gives information explaining how opiates affect the brain.

Why an Opiate's Impact on the Brain Can Cause Addiction

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Kendra Cherry explains, "Opiates and opioids work by binding to specific receptors in the brain, thus mimicking the effects of pain-relieving ...

Hooked in Georgia Hooked in Georgia

Article from GeorgiaTrend by Mary Anne Dunkin

According to Mary Anne Dunkin, "The crisis began in the 1990s as traditional prescribing patterns were changing. The introduction of a ...

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23 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Crisis jplist-topic-opioid 0 375436 375436 According to Mary Anne Dunkin, "The crisis began in the 1990s as traditional prescribing patterns were changing. The introduction of a long-acting narcotic called OxyContin and the promotion of research findings suggesting the risk of addiction was low for most people prompted doctors to begin prescribing opioids longer term for problems like chronic back pain or arthritis."This article explains the cause and outcome of the opioid crisis in Georgia.

Hooked in Georgia

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According to Mary Anne Dunkin, "The crisis began in the 1990s as traditional prescribing patterns were changing. The introduction of a long-acting ...

Why the Rural Opioid Crisis Is Different From the.. → Why the Rural Opioid Crisis Is Different From the.. →

Article from Bloomberg CityLab by Tanvi Misra

According to Tanvi Misra, "While both economic conditions and drug supply are factors determining drug mortality, Monnat points out that ...

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24 Article-Article jplist-topic-Crisis jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Rural jplist-topic-Urban 0 375442 375442 According to Tanvi Misra, "While both economic conditions and drug supply are factors determining drug mortality, Monnat points out that economic conditions continued to be important, even after controlling for the supply side factors."This article explores factors such as drug supply and economic conditions that influence opioid addiction and mortality rates.

Why the Rural Opioid Crisis Is Different From the Urban One

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According to Tanvi Misra, "While both economic conditions and drug supply are factors determining drug mortality, Monnat points out that economic ...

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Article from Center on Addiction The Buzz by Alexis Nager, MS

According to Alexis Nager, "Although substance use rates in rural areas have kept pace with those in urban areas, rural communities seem to ...

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25 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Rural 0 375448 375448 According to Alexis Nager, "Although substance use rates in rural areas have kept pace with those in urban areas, rural communities seem to have been hit harder."This article highlights the issue of addiction in rural America.

THE DEVASTATING IMPACT OF ADDICTION IN RURAL AMERICA AND WHAT’S BEING DONE ABOUT IT

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According to Alexis Nager, "Although substance use rates in rural areas have kept pace with those in urban areas, rural communities seem to have been ...

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Article from Vox by Karie Fugett

Karie Fugett explains, "Many vets struggle with both addiction and the fear of losing their benefits as a result of it."This article is a ...

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26 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Shame jplist-topic-Veteran 0 375465 375465 Karie Fugett explains, "Many vets struggle with both addiction and the fear of losing their benefits as a result of it."This article is a first-person essay about a veteran struggling with and ultimately dying from an opioid addiction.

My husband was a veteran living in shame. He died from an opioid addiction.

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Karie Fugett explains, "Many vets struggle with both addiction and the fear of losing their benefits as a result of it."This article is a ...

The opioid and fentanyl crisis killed my brother;.. → The opioid and fentanyl crisis killed my brother;.. →

Article from Today by Marguerite Ward

Marguerite Ward says, "My brother’s addiction started when he had a tooth extraction in high school. He was prescribed a bottle of ...

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27 Article-Article jplist-topic-Crisis jplist-topic-family jplist-topic-Fentanyl jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Overdose 0 375472 375472 Marguerite Ward says, "My brother’s addiction started when he had a tooth extraction in high school. He was prescribed a bottle of opioids."This article is a personal story of a loved one overdosing due to opioid addiction and suggests ways for others to try and prevent the same tragedy. 

The opioid and fentanyl crisis killed my brother; here's what every family needs to know

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Marguerite Ward says, "My brother’s addiction started when he had a tooth extraction in high school. He was prescribed a bottle of opioids."This ...

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Article from Forbes by Robin Seaton Jefferson

According to Robin Seaton Jefferson, "In 2017, nearly 25 Americans over the age of 55 lost their lives each day to an opioid overdose."This ...

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28 Article-Article jplist-topic-Abuse jplist-topic-Adults jplist-topic-Older jplist-topic-opioid 0 375766 375766 According to Robin Seaton Jefferson, "In 2017, nearly 25 Americans over the age of 55 lost their lives each day to an opioid overdose."This article explains the impact opioid misuse has had on older Americans.

New Survey Finds Older Adults Are Concerned About Opioid Abuse But Admit Misusing Drugs

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According to Robin Seaton Jefferson, "In 2017, nearly 25 Americans over the age of 55 lost their lives each day to an opioid overdose."This article ...

Opioid Crisis Fast Facts Opioid Crisis Fast Facts

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CNN Health says, "During 2018, there were 67,367 overdose deaths in the United States and 46,802 of those overdose deaths involved ...

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29 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Crisis jplist-topic-Facts jplist-topic-opioid 0 375772 375772 CNN Health says, "During 2018, there were 67,367 overdose deaths in the United States and 46,802 of those overdose deaths involved opioids.This article covers the opioid crisis and traces it back to its origins in America starting during the civil war. 

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CNN Health says, "During 2018, there were 67,367 overdose deaths in the United States and 46,802 of those overdose deaths involved opioids.This ...

OPENING THE CONVERSATION ABOUT OPIOIDS & OLDER.. → OPENING THE CONVERSATION ABOUT OPIOIDS & OLDER.. →

Article from Public Health Insider

According to Public Health Insider, "People of all ages, genders, races and income levels fall victim to the opioid crisis. Older people in ...

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30 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Chronic-Pain jplist-topic-Older-Adults jplist-topic-Opioids jplist-topic-Prescriptions 0 375845 375845 According to Public Health Insider, "People of all ages, genders, races and income levels fall victim to the opioid crisis. Older people in our community are no exception. People in their 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond are filling opioid prescriptions at a rising rate, and increasingly running into trouble."This article talks about the impact opioids are having among the older adult population.

OPENING THE CONVERSATION ABOUT OPIOIDS & OLDER ADULTS

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According to Public Health Insider, "People of all ages, genders, races and income levels fall victim to the opioid crisis. Older people in our ...

Opioid Use By Teens a Red Flag for Other Dangers Opioid Use By Teens a Red Flag for Other Dangers

Article from WebMD by Amy Norton

According to Amy Norton, "Teenagers who've experimented with opioid painkillers are likely to be taking other health risks, a new study ...

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31 Article-Article jplist-topic-opioid jplist-topic-Risk jplist-topic-Teen 0 375853 375853 According to Amy Norton, "Teenagers who've experimented with opioid painkillers are likely to be taking other health risks, a new study finds."This article goes over a study that indicates that teens who use opioids also engage in other risky behaviors.

Opioid Use By Teens a Red Flag for Other Dangers

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According to Amy Norton, "Teenagers who've experimented with opioid painkillers are likely to be taking other health risks, a new study finds."This ...

A Graphic Look At The Opioid Epidemic A Graphic Look At The Opioid Epidemic

Article from The Jefferson Exchange

The Jefferson Exchange says, "The opioid epidemic is often associated with Appalachia, but the drugs are all over the country. And the ...

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32 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Epidemic jplist-topic-opioid 0 375869 375869 The Jefferson Exchange says, "The opioid epidemic is often associated with Appalachia, but the drugs are all over the country.  And the responses to the epidemic are all over the map."This article the prevalence of opioid addiction by state within our country.

A Graphic Look At The Opioid Epidemic

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The Jefferson Exchange says, "The opioid epidemic is often associated with Appalachia, but the drugs are all over the country. And the responses to ...

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