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November 20, 2019

Ohio State reports record investment in research

New numbers show 2019 was a record-breaking year for research at The Ohio State University.
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November 20, 2019

Morning Headlines: Air Quality Alert Issued for NE Ohio; Ohio Opioid Lawsuit Scheduled for Next Year

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Nov. 20:Air quality alert issued for NE Ohio; Ohio opioid trial scheduled for next year; Akron man sentenced for eight robberies; Report: Former Akron school official misused $168,000; KSU researcher receives $3M grant to redesign trauma rooms; Nine charged in hazing-related death at Ohio University;
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November 19, 2019

Hamilton County to be part of $350 million federal study to stop opioid deaths

HAMILTON COUNTY — Hamilton County has been chosen to be one of more than a dozen Ohio counties participating in a $350 million federal study that aims to target the nationwide opioid epidemic.
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November 18, 2019

If you're 18 to 29, you're more likely to carry Narcan, new Ohio and Ky. polls show

If you're a Ohio or Kentucky adult from ages 18 to 29, you just might be more likely to carry the lifesaving opioid-overdose antidote naloxone than older people here.
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November 17, 2019

Death toll from tainted cocaine rising across the country

Cocaine is back, and it’s contaminated.
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November 13, 2019

Bill Would Make Ohio Train Pharmacists On Naloxone Law

Ohio law permits pharmacists to give the overdose antidote Naloxone without a prescription to people who deal with opioid addiction. One lawmaker is proposing a measure to help ensure pharmacists follow through.
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November 12, 2019

DisposeRx Commends Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation for Efforts to Prevent Opioid Diversion and Addiction

DisposeRx solution part of statewide opioid disposal program for injured workers
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November 12, 2019

Opioid Addiction In Jails: An Anthropologist's Perspective

A new book by anthropologist and physician Kimberly Sue tells the stories of women navigating opioid addiction during and after incarceration.
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