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Nearly six months into the opening of two New York City overdose prevention centers (OPCs) that remain controversial and thus far have little more than anecdotal reports of their impact, some New York state lawmakers want to amend the state's public health law to make such operations more widely...
This month, icons of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and policy, namely, Mady Chalk, Ph.D. MSW,; H. Westley Clark, M.D., J.D.; Carol McDaid; Richard A. Rawson, Ph.D.; and Sarah A. Wattenberg wrote to Xavier Becerra, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS),...
Is there a maximum dose for buprenorphine? Some pharmacies seem to think there is.
Children can easily mistake edible cannabis products as breakfast cereal, candy, cookies, and other commonly consumed foods, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned. Accidentally ingesting these can cause serious adverse events in anyone, but especially in children, the agency...
Alaska is reforming its alcohol laws by seeking to end the “bar wars,” in which established bars and newcomer brewers and distilleries are at odds. Brewery and distillery taproom licenses are costly, because of these old laws. Under the new law, a new license will be limited to 1 for every 9,000...
CPDD Annual Scientific Meeting, June 11‐15, Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more information, go to https://cpdd.org/meetings/current‐meeting/
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