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Opioid Abuse Runs Rampant in the Construction Industry

25 years. Dave has spent his entire working career in the construction industry. Day in and day out, he pushes his body to its limits. The repetitive, manual labor has taken its toll. Last year, it finally caught up with him. He injured his shoulder. The pain was intense. His doctor prescribed opioids to treat ….

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New Study Highlights Lingering Problems in Methadone Treatment

At the time, it seemed — and most would agree — that ‘at-home’ methadone treatment was a public health necessity during the lockdown stages of the pandemic. Others still applaud the idea of a less restrictive and more accessible approach to the treatment. A new study now reveals some interesting patient opinions concerning at-home methadone ….

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Will the Opioid Treatment Access Act Modernize Methadone Treatment?

The pandemic pushed policy makers toward change. The Opioid Treatment Access Act calls for more change. But will the changes be good? That’s the current debate. To promote social distancing, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) relaxed methadone restrictions during the pandemic. They allowed up to four weeks’ worth of take-home doses. ….

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Federal Changes Prove Successful for Methadone Take-Home Policy

In March of 2020, COVID-19 was spreading rapidly. A lot of the United States went on lockdown. For months, lots of stores, restaurants, and services were closed or unavailable. For a lot of people, this was inconvenient. For others, it was life-altering. And for the more than 300,000 people receiving daily doses of methadone from ….

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What is Naloxone?

Learn all about the opioid overdose reversing drug, Naloxone, how it works, its administration, who can take it, and its side effects.

Alarming Statistics on Heroin Addiction

Addictions to heroin and other opioid-based drugs continues to be an issue in the U.S. and around the world. It’s important to understand why this disease is so difficult to overcome, and what treatment options are available.

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