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November 24, 2021

Ohio federal jury finds that big retail pharmacies perpetuated the opioid crisis

A federal jury in Cleveland, Ohio, found that CVS, Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies contributed to the opioid crisis, the first decision of its kind.
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October 4, 2021

Pharmacy chains in Ohio will face trial over their role in the opioid crisis

The nation's biggest name-brand pharmacy chains face a high-profile civil trial beginning Monday in Ohio over their role in the nation's deadly opioid epidemic.
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January 12, 2021

Addiction Recovery Providers Call On Biden To Address Opioid Crisis

Two health crises will confront President-elect Joe Biden when the Democrat takes office on Jan. 20: the coronavirus pandemic and the opioid epidemic.
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June 16, 2020

Cuyahoga County Opioid Deaths Rising; COVID-19 Keeping Patients From Seeking Care

The coronavirus pandemic is not the only public health threat facing Ohio.
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March 4, 2020

Behind the Story: Healing the Youngest Victims of the Opioid Crisis

This story is part of an EdSurge Research series about the early childhood education workforce.
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February 29, 2020

Ohio Makes Plans To Allocate Eventual Opioid Settlement

NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on how Ohio will decide to divide funds from a major federal case against opioid manufacturers.
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February 6, 2020

Helping A Child Whose Parent Is Struggling With Addiction

What can you do if you're a teacher, a neighbor, a churchgoer, a coach ... and you suspect a child is being impacted by a parent's addiction? Maybe you're thinking, "I'd love to help but it's not my business." Or "I want to reach out but I don't know much about addiction."
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December 8, 2019

What's Behind Decreased Life Expectancy In The U.S.

There's been alarming data about the quality of life in the United States. First, a new study published last week in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that life expectancy in the U.S. has decreased and that working-age Americans are less likely to live to retirement age than previous generations.
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