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Doctors Deploy a Surprisingly Low-Tech Tool Kit Against Opioids
They’re not sexy, and they’re not high-tech. But U.S. doctors are increasingly turning to these tools in an effort to beat back the opioid crisis. These Medical Breakthroughs promise to transform how ... read more
Feds Tackle Opioid Epidemic, But Is It Helping?
President Donald Trump has declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency and urged prosecutors to seek the death penalty against drug ... responses can be surprisingly simple: In a ... read more
Prescription drug abuse: Investigating 'pill doctors'
The most popular drugs for abuse are opioids ... these pill doctors out there than most people realize,” he said. During his presentation to a crowd nearing 250 attendees, Deater focused on how police ... read more
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Inclusive Pill Bottles for the Blind
However, some of the most interesting and thoughtful innovations we see can often be surprisingly low-tech. A new prototype prescription-medicine pill bottle for blind and visually impaired people is ... read more
Solo Technology Holdings, LLC Introduces the iKeyp: An Emerging Leader in America's Fight against the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic
Unlike other safes on the market, the iKeyp is easy to install, connects to the Internet and ... became a leader in the fight against synthetic drugs and the opioid epidemic. "From DXM cough syrup to ... read more
Update: To the brink and back: Opioid abuse and treatment in WNC
LIFELINES: A standard Naloxone kit (pictured ... Drug Abuse, opioids “reduce the intensity of pain signals reaching the brain and affect those brain areas controlling emotion, which diminishes the ... read more
Doctor gave up his comfortable life as a GP to help the Rohingya refugees after vowing to change his life when his beloved wife died
In just 12 days at the camp, 300,000 youngsters were vaccinated against measles and medics are splitting their time to also dig wells for the refugees. Doctor Cross has since returned from the crisis ... read more
Hospitals fight delirium with volunteer help
Surprisingly, it relies on a small army of volunteers and a little friendly conversation. What they discovered, Duncan says, is that a steady dose of “high touch, low tech” activities ... For years, ... read more
10 Weekend Treats — the OZY Highlight Reel
Nearly 1 in 800 people in the U.S. are working against their will — many in the service industry. Why You Should Care: Forced labor in the U.S. is far more common than you think, bolstered by tighter ... read more
Q&A: Feds tackle opioid epidemic, but is it helping?
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency and urged prosecutors to seek the death penalty against ... can be surprisingly simple: In ... read more