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Connecticut lawmakers looking at four bills to curb opioid crisis

Four Bills That Could Curb Opioid Use in Connecticut

Finally, it seems, the people in charge are beginning to take the opioid crisis seriously – and it’s about time too as around 70,000 adults die each year from opioid-related overdoses. Four bills are set to be introduced by the state of Connecticut, all aimed at curbing the number of opioid-related fatalities within the state. …

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pennsylvania company using mobile addiction clinic to combat opioid crisis

Pennsylvania Unveiling a Mobile Addiction Clinic to Cope with Opioid Epidemic

A company by the name of Positive Recovery Solutions is helping address Pennsylvania’s contribution to the US-wide opioid epidemic by supplying a mobile addiction recovery clinic. The clinic is available for those who are seeking help in their desire to recover from opioid addiction. At the clinics, those suffering from opioid dependency can receive monthly …

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One Minnesota Town May be Winning the Battle Against Opiate Addiction

Over the past few years, plenty of solutions have been put forward seeking to help the United States recover from the current opioid crisis, but not all of them have been found to be effective. One small town in Minnesota seems to have found a way of winning the fight against opioid dependency. Little Falls, …

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What is the Third Wave of America’s Opioid Epidemic?

A report, issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has highlighted what has been claimed to be the start of the ‘third wave’ of the US’s national opioid epidemic. This wave has been triggered by the increasing use of fentanyl as an illegal opioid to replace prescribed opioid-based painkillers. The first wave of …

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