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Virginia Tech receives $300,000 grant to study barriers to mental health care for veterans

Virginia Tech receives $300,000 grant to study barriers to mental health care for veterans

Using opioid settlement cash for police gear like squad cars and scanners sparks debate

Using opioid settlement cash for police gear like squad cars and scanners sparks debate

Biden pick to lead NIH finally has her day, but still gets caught up in drug price debate

Biden pick to lead NIH finally has her day, but still gets caught up in drug price debate

Feds try to head off growing problem of overdoses among expectant mothers

Feds try to head off growing problem of overdoses among expectant mothers

Pregnant and addicted: Homeless women see hope in street medicine

Pregnant and addicted: Homeless women see hope in street medicine

Officials agree: Use settlement funds to curb youth addiction. But the ‘how’ gets hairy.

Officials agree: Use settlement funds to curb youth addiction. But the ‘how’ gets hairy.

INTEGRA’s pipetting solutions help Axis Healthcare to support patients in overcoming opioid addiction

INTEGRA’s pipetting solutions help Axis Healthcare to support patients in overcoming opioid addiction

Experimental insomnia treatment may help prevent opioid relapse

Experimental insomnia treatment may help prevent opioid relapse

Researchers identify ion channel switches that regulate dopamine release in the brain

Researchers identify ion channel switches that regulate dopamine release in the brain

Adopting 8 healthy habits could add decades to a person's life

Adopting 8 healthy habits could add decades to a person's life

Opioid addiction linked to neural differences in response to drug cues

Opioid addiction linked to neural differences in response to drug cues

The DEA relaxed online prescribing rules during covid. Now it wants to rein them in.

The DEA relaxed online prescribing rules during covid. Now it wants to rein them in.

Research unveils crucial insights into the brain's potential ability to regulate fentanyl consumption

Research unveils crucial insights into the brain's potential ability to regulate fentanyl consumption

California’s fentanyl problem is getting worse

California’s fentanyl problem is getting worse

New Jersey's Medicaid reforms spurred increases in buprenorphine prescriptions to combat opioid addiction

New Jersey's Medicaid reforms spurred increases in buprenorphine prescriptions to combat opioid addiction

A rural county’s choice: Use opioid funds to pay off debt, or pay them forward to curb crisis

A rural county’s choice: Use opioid funds to pay off debt, or pay them forward to curb crisis

Study assesses trends in buprenorphine initiation and retention in the United States

Study assesses trends in buprenorphine initiation and retention in the United States

The Biden administration vowed to be a leading voice on opioid settlements but has gone quiet

The Biden administration vowed to be a leading voice on opioid settlements but has gone quiet

$50 billion in opioid settlement cash is on the way. We’re tracking how it’s spent.

$50 billion in opioid settlement cash is on the way. We’re tracking how it’s spent.

New evidence: Fibromyalgia could worsen opioid use disorder

New evidence: Fibromyalgia could worsen opioid use disorder

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