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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"That's what happened is coming up from not not the pill mills and the pharmaceutical manufacturers and no absolute dunce and above the fold like both fulltime day shutting down the the The harm reduction programs had taken effect like the. We had a temporary stay. The aclu fought heroically to stop the the bill from going into effect. But the day are wasting our harm-reduction program is still alive. I don't know if your local listener but the rumor went out. that ours was closing. it's not closing. We are doing everything we can to keep it alive but if getting no oxen to people who need it it's something that You care about and you have a couple bucks cab account the capital. The the county we live in is participating in Free naloxone day on september first It's our save a life day. we're calling it and There's a fundraiser to help us. Basically the the vast you can see the breakdown is on the site but the vast majority of the money were raising to just by narcan just by as much no oxygen as we can to hand out for free to people in the community and to help you know educate people to de stigmatize addiction and Encourage people that this. This is a problem. And i think that the story about dr fishman in the unfortunate story about his stepson just underlines that anyone can have addiction. It is not a comment on your class. Your intelligence your morality. It has nothing to do with that. It is a medical condition and it has been experienced by people of all race religion creed and social strata. And i know that if you're from this area i you've been personally affected by it. I'm sure in some way. I know have family and friends and Community members and this is a. This is a thing you can do. So i would encourage you to Go get trained in the lock zone carrying a lock zone. You could save a life. You talked about the fundraiser bitchy. Didn't say that people can we have a go. Fund me ram if you head to bit dot l. y. for its slash saw bones. No oxen swim. Make it easy to remember. it's fundraiser. but now it is not something it's not my organization. Not it is an organization that i i work with to help. Get narcan out to the community. Saw bones no lock zone in l. a. x. o. n. e. Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. We hope you've enjoyed yourself. We hope you're having a hopefully you're having fun summer. I don't know why said that like the weirdest thing is like i'm signing your yearbook as you're listening We just did a podcast about our. Yeah i know. I'm just trying to bring up the energy a little bit ago..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Like if you check out in your area i know that here in huntington it's really easy to receive narcan training And be able to carry narcan with you. the Our state west. Virginia has what's called a standing order for narcan. Meaning that you don't have to have a prescription to get it. You can prescribe it to somebody to take with them. But you don't have to have a prescription you can go to the pharmacy and ask for. It is really expensive. It's not very expensive and you can get it for free At a lot of places health departments handed out for free The place where. I volunteer harmony house handed out for free We have a lot of community organizations. That'll handed out for free. It's it's you will find it many. If it is something that you're interested in it is not hard to. I mean like i just googled out of curiosity narc training near me and there are tons of different websites. That will tell you where your closest. Arcane training is where you can get no oxen Like the there's all kinds of getting a lock so now dot org. I mean there's tons of different places that you can go to find out locally where you could and it's so easy to be trained and you might be in a situation where someone has overdosed out in your community and they could die except you're there and you're holding a nasal spray which takes no time to learn how to administer and you can save their life. Nice yeah i'll do it. I'll get the training back. I'll do i mean i can teach you don obe. I don't need to train them. She'll get a bunch. I have some. Are you really are a lot of my agency. Here said okay. I'm sorry if this is so important and all your heroes have no oxygen. You would have like enlisted me a while ago. I feel like there is a lack of trust. And i would like to address it. Now in a protracted form i guess you. Could you know what justin even you listen listeners. Even justin mcelroy paid to kind of us learn how to use no oxygen and save a life by administrative even just in could do it out. Let's wrap up sydney airfield. Extend past the point where this is entertaining for our listeners. You sensitive about their hero there. Podcasting era just maccabim sort of torn down. And i on a personal note. I did want to throw out there. our area of the country in this is not unique to just us other other areas. Who have had similar issues but the Addiction is a big problem here in west. Virginia and locally. Our harm reduction programs are constantly being threatened by We'll scumbag politicians. Who refuse to understand the science who refused to understand that we're trying to help people Stay healthier and stay alive and work their way towards recovery on their own terms in their own time so that it's something that is long lasting And you know milwaukee's shown a huge part of that because it's life saving again slammed saving us. We had a front page story. We have front page of the newspaper this week. Frogs where the top story was okay. The story below the fold was that are stupid morally bankrupt. ag patrick. Marcy is suing the biden administration. Because there's no border wall to keep opioids out of west. Virginia because that's how it happened. That's all we have a crisis here..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"An overdose looks like. Here's how you give him the lock zone. Try it out. They've got some testers and then they give you know oxcenter take with you so that you can carry it with you And they also in a lot of these places woods would pass laws to stipulate like you can't be prosecuted for trying to help somebody with a lock zone you can if you don't fall through but you can for i mean like you're not gonna get in trouble because somebody no out halfway through started. Well i think it's important to know that for a lot of people in an overdose giving them. The naloxone isn't a hundred percent fixed. You know Because i've seen it. I have seen people who've received the laaksonen enter awake talking to me and then right back out. Sue protocol another one. If you're still there in that case yes than we give more no oxygen in the cases that i have managed. I have had to give more naloxone. Because they've either in in the hospital i've been monitoring them Awaiting ems so But you see that's what you call you right. the The the sad part of this story is that dr fishman would actually lose a stepson too addiction when he overdosed on heroin in two thousand three His wife joy became somewhat of an advocate for a lock Realizing later as she saw some of the forms that were introduced That how helpful. This would have been Had someone had that wherever it was that he initially overdose And he was found outside the er And it was too late by then but In two thousand fourteen f zia which is an auto injector which means it's like you can look up a picture of it. It's like a little Cube type thing that talks to you and tells you what to do bo. i could use it for everything. Yeah i mean these. It's just like you said like the paddles like the defibrillators out in the field..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Not no oxygen has been one since the year. I was born but it took a long time to convince people that we needed to have access to it in the community. It really started in italy in nineteen ninety one. That was the first Place where they started like giving public access like once you've received the training you can have some no oxygen to take with you The next places to follow suit would be the uk and australia. And we've talked about the history of harm reduction in some of these places Especially in the uk and how like the idea of any positive change. Any step in the right direction is worthwhile. No matter how small or you know how far you still are from that recovery part. It's still so the right thing to do the us would finally start in two thousand one. The first state. I know the first of the year i graduated from high school My my entire like early education So in new mexico in two thousand one they actually began to allow people to receive training and get a prescription to carry. No oxygen to have naloxone out in the community is there. Are there other drugs like that. Where you gonna prescription to carry epi pen. That'd be sends can't think of a lot of other. Do you need special training for justice. We just describe how to do it. I mean if you think about it like well you don't need. I mean if you give yourself insulin injections or if you give somebody in your family or friends insulin. Inject you know if you're responsible for that like we teach you how to do it. Like i taught many patients how to do it in the office or i would have like. We had a pharmacist. That worked with us and she was always happy to do it. Somebody would teach you how to do that. But you didn't need like any sort of class or core you know. I mean it's a pretty a lot of these. Things are pretty easy. They'll let people use those wild paddles. You know what i mean like. There's true will use those widely available. That's which is wild. Geckos right workers bring them no problem and i'll go ahead and say that because i i did want to really make this point on like i would say a lot of these other things we just like insulin or an epi pen No lock zone. What is really great about it. Is that if you think. Someone has overdosed. But you're wrong and you give them no lock zone. It will not harm them okay. So it's a it's a fairly low risk thing to attempt if someone has stopped breathing and you're trying to save their life No oxen is a really low risk intervention in that sense. Unlike it giving someone insulin you can really do a lot of harm. If you don't do that appropriately. We'll give the right dose. Yes mm momentum. Memento is the medical reference. Italians memento so by two thousand and three san francisco in chicago. Had both those both have well established harm-reduction movements at this point had started the practice of Publicly accessible milwaukee trying to get no oxygen out of the hospital and into the hands of people who need it And basically all you have to do is train someone to one recognize an overdose and then to administer the lock zone And then three call nine one. Sure this is actually really important in. This is true in the state of west virginia. I don't know if this is true Nationwide but if you receive training in the lawsuit administration you'll find this out here..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Yeah i'm gonna get you out of there and then that wakes you up and you breathe and maybe your life is saved. And that's how any antagonise there are. Lots of different antagonists medications. But specifically this case that's how an opioid antagonists would work. Go in knock off the opiates and keep you from a you. Know alcohol or weed or other drugs. We don't you know. I don't know of one for marijuana for for cannabis. But i i mean yes for alcohol. I was that one episode of get smart or he had the bill absorbed all our hall. They're also medications. I don't wanna get into this so much for their medications. You can take every time you drink alcohol. You'll have a very violent reaction to it a very very sick and so that's supposed to like discourage you from drinking alcohol but But yeah the the idea of an antagonised is well known throughout like pharmaceuticals if we have something that we need to block or stop. We create an antagonist medication which is similar to the molecule that binds to it but blocks it in some way and doesn't have all of the effects of the original molecule So dr fishermen invented this in the sixties he actually didn't patent it until nineteen seventy-one and there wasn't a lot of widespread use for it initially because it was prescribed and administered by healthcare professionals in healthcare settings. So really the only place this was coming into play and it was also given intravenously. Iv initially so. The only place you were seeing this being used was in like an emergency room if someone who overdosed happened to get there right you've limited the use case for her because it's like you've overdosed but also someone knows enough to to the hospital and can get you there in time and then and isn't afraid of prosecution bringing you and yes all those things and you would have it in the hospital because sometimes when you're doing a surgery or procedure or just when you're trying to treat pain you get too much pain medication..

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Time magazine published an article about this in the christmas eve in nineteen fifty six and it's called drug detector. The california bureau of narcotic enforcement began using now lean in what they called the nailing test to figure out whether or not a person that they were arresting or wanted to arrest were holding was addicted to opioids. it was a it was a drug detector. We are trying to figure out if you have an addiction until then was really hard to prove you would ask people. They may or may not tell you drugs. Were legal so right so what you would do is try to hold people long enough that they would see if they go into withdraw which is terrible and also i mean. If we're being honest often they didn't have a reason to hold people for to like detain them for that long. So and what they wanted to do is try to convict them of a narcotic related crime so the test which is you can find a detailed description of this It's it's you can find it for free on the internet. Published by dr james terry and fred bronchiolar in the california medical journal nineteen fifty-six. Basically what you would do is if you had detained somebody who is suspected of using an opiate You a history and physical exam. They did do informed consent. This wasn't an now. This mean said you. You have been arrested and you are in police custody so i think anytime you're talking about. Yes i think you have to allow for the possibility that you were going to be coerced into this. But they did in theory obtain informed consent from everyone who who received this nailing test and before they would give you it they would measure your pupils. See what their diameter was. Okay then they would give you three milligrams of now. Leanne wait thirty minutes. And measure your pupils again and basically there were three possible outcomes if your pupils got smaller constricted that means you. Don't use chronically..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Takes us all the way back to nineteen forty four. There was an article published in the journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. Which sounds really exciting. Probably as you think it sounds exciting. Experimental therapeutics yes. Yeah it does exciting. Since heart and macaulay published an article called the pharmacology of in alamo. No morphine as compared with morphine. And basically what they had done is taken more. The molecule. That is morphine. They'd taken one piece off of it. Caught an in methyl group and they had put on an in allio group. I need to know is they started with the molecule morphine and made one little switch. Okay that's the that's the point and basically then they you know gave it to rats and stuff like how is this. What does this do. There's there's so much we broke this molecule. We'll see what it does now. Now we're going to give it to you. Basically what they found. Is that if you mess around with morphine. To make this compound you got something that still helped with pain some but less so that seems not as effective right like we made it. We made it less good for hurting but it had the opposite effect on respiration. So as where morphine. If you take a lot of it can slow down your respiration. You're breathing in you know way too much cause respiratory depression. Meaning you stop breathing. This seemed to stimulate respiration at least temporarily make you breathe. More mcmurray faster It also caused the opposite effect on the gut so whereas morphine and in most. Opiates can cause constipation. This did the opposite of that and generally. It seemed to antagonize a lot of what the morphine did. What morphine was doing. It was stopping so so they publish this article and it was like fascinating risk and science and then like a decade past because nobody nobody. I mean a lot of the time. That's what's really cool. We talk a lot about basic science on this show. That doesn't necessarily like what are you going to do with that information And i think that's the really interesting part about it. Is that by exploring these things in the world..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Because for the longest time it was the only thing we had Or like i always think of doxycycline as the most adventurous antibiotic. It's kind of a it can get you out of a lot of tight spots. Yeah yeah you've got just a regular old saline or flare or maybe you have an exotic infection doxycycline. Got your back. So i always think is very adventurous or like clerks is. Ht's less coal more. Clumsily named underappreciated sibling These might just be things that are in my head. Minova there's some like Like if i buy stingers at the flying j just because i'm buying a pile of truckers speed that i'm gonna drive all night and Get cranked on singers caffeine. I don't know it's gotta be caffeine these days. If it's over the counter like you wanna do episode or something. Let's assume said on track. Because i'd love to know that st overlord i would love to have you ever since three overlord action for you to show you. I mean you can find my goodness stream. Having sex it's a it says exceed viagra and cialis and people think if taking add pills are you know. Maybe i just wanna see what else is out. You know what i mean right limits. This isn't exactly what i meant. But maybe i just way trucker speed helps me parent my kids. It called. that is that the brand name. is that the brand name of it. truckers speed. Yeah no i think they're called stingers. Okay there's lots of different. I don't think i'm just gonna on behalf of you. I'm gonna apologize to our truck driving listeners who perhaps would not like it That this of whatever you compliment is i'd brooker guarantee you truckers showy out if you see a bunch of ephedrine eight tablets at the at the They can't sell that over the counter. I'm telling you it's drew streaming. Maybe it's illegal now sell that to people okay. Most of these exists in the confines of the medical world. Obviously not this is just this thing that you're interested in but i think that the drug i want to talk about the medication. I want to talk about today. No walk zone is an exception. Because i think it has taken on a cultural connotation that is bigger than just like. Here's a medicine that does something in your body right I think it's it is like it's the hero. Drug carrying the lock zone is making a statement. I mean a practical necessity. It is an important thing to do. It's like learning basic life saving. You know it's it's it's an important thing to do as a member of a community And it says something about you. You care about people You care about people even if they're engaging in behavior that might harm them you know even if they are acting in a way which puts them in danger you care about their life despite that and we'll do what is necessary to help them out that sort of the message it sends right like You carry no oxygen. You save a life. That's like a rallying cry for harm reduction. it's important it is a meaningful act And it's a medication. And so i started thinking about like how did in the lock zone evolve into that. Where did it come from. Who invented it. What's the story of it And how did we get to a point where like people where you know Hats and t shirts and shoulder bags in these days masks that say all my heroes carrying oxen like. Where did that come from. So i wanted to look into that story Before you tell the story of the laaksonen you kind of have to. There's a precursor drug that sets the stage for it and.

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Saw bones is a show about medical history and nothing. The hosts say should be taken as medical advice or opinion. It's fun can't you just have fun for an hour and not try to diagnose your mystery boil. We think you've earned it. Just sit back. Relax and enjoy a moment of distraction from that weird growth your worth. It is about the books in your in your safe zone last south hello everybody and welcome to saw bones marital tour of misguided medicine. I'm your co host. Justin mcelroy mac. Well just.

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Racism, Opioids and COVID-19: A Deadly Trifecta

Short Wave

02:19 min | 5 months ago

Racism, Opioids and COVID-19: A Deadly Trifecta

"Two thousand seventeen the governor of illinois implemented a plan to halt the explosive growth of opioid deaths in the state. The plan was to cut those deaths by at least a third by the end of twenty. Twenty twenty twenty was gonna be the turning point for illinois dua l. deeb is a reporter with propublica they're starting to see a decrease and opioid overdose deaths and they were really kind of making progress across the state and they were really hopeful but early last year duo got a tip that the number of opioid related deaths might actually be on the rise in the region so she and her colleague melissa. Sanchez started investigating the analyzed death records from the cook. County medical examiner's office. And what they found was alarming. We found that opioid overdoses surged and cook county and specifically in chicago and that those overdoses were disproportionately killing black residents. I think by the summer we had seen about hundred residents who had died of suspected or confirmed opium overdoses which is about double the number from the year before drug overdose deaths are on the rise all around the country. This was a nationwide problem that we're seeing kind of start to rise before the pandemic and then just continue as a pandemic ravaged our communities absolutely. This is the obvious question for me. Here is whether we have a sense of how much of this increase can be tied to the coronavirus pandemic so cova didn't cause the spike but like everything else that made it worse the financial stress the isolation The desperation all of that seems to be really exacerbating things and then when we talk about isolation with opioid. Use one of the things that they say. Is you know if you're gonna use use with someone else so that then they can administer naloxone the opioid overdose reversal drug. But you know people were not using with others

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US Approves High-Dose Opioid Reversal Nasal Spray From Hikma

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

US Approves High-Dose Opioid Reversal Nasal Spray From Hikma

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting U. S. regulators approve the first high dose nasal spray for reversing opioid overdoses the US food and drug administration has approved a high dose nasal spray for reversing opioid overdoses the clocks it'll spray from Hickman pharmaceuticals contains eight milligrams of naloxone which is double the highest does currently available experts and patient advocates say the benefit of the more potent reversal spray is that sometimes low dose naloxone sprays and injections must be given multiple times to keep someone alive until medical help arrives blocks on is a prescription drug but it's generally available without a prescription through public health organizations and at pharmacies across the US Mike Rossio Washington

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"naloxone" Discussed on HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast

HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast

"Basic pharmacology in the use of maximum on what different formulations are available in the market. What's this us for effectiveness in in general. What are some of the the locks related pharmacy management and regulations that our audience would need to know. Great will experts. Why don't we just start with the basic pharmacology of naloxone. So lax zone is an agent that we use to reverse opioid overdose so it's actually competitive opioid antagonist so in patients that an opioid this prevents that opioid from binding to the opioid receptor in it reverses. The classic effect of whatever they overdosed on this is used to reverse overdose. From your prescription opioids. Or non prescription opioids aka street drugs like heroin. Intact would be some indications in terms of signs or symptoms of an overdose that may be amenable to naloxone to reverse overdose some other common things that megan look out for would be things such as pinpoint futile You finding a patient unconscious Red neon vomiting inability to speak a phase. Ya can be there. Lower heart rate..

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"naloxone" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"naloxone" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Central nervous system depressant so they depressed the they cause an individual. If all of their receptor sites are occupied by opioid. It causes them to lose. Consciousness causes them to fall asleep. You cannot wake them. Up the opioids also worked on the respiratory or the breathing center in the brain so breathing slows and then stops this is what we would call a respiratory arrest. They stopped breathing and this is allow to continue without any interaction or intervening by a family member or health professional that the brain is also not getting even sell injuries. Happening it's starting to occur and brain. There's no question being delivered to the heart heartbeat slows and eventually heartbeat stops so now. They're in cardiac arrest. So i think the take home message for our audience is to understand that the sooner you intervene in that whole time seek wants the better outcome for the individual so it's best to obviously to discover them unconscious slow breathing and you intervene at that point. That's how we can. Best save lives and mitigate injury due to opioid overdose. You mentioned receptors. And just as a point of clarification for listeners. Maybe explained that those. The pain medicines opioids Or the illegally produced drugs that act like them on the central nervous system the receptors for those spots in the spinal cord in the brain were that drug 'attaches and then has an opportunity to to causes effect on the body right in in fact. That's how naloxone or narcan. that's how it works. That was gonna be my next question. Let's talk about what laxa what is it and how does it right so As you mentioned the we have little landing. Zones are little receptor sites in the brain. And that's where the opioids land. They occupy them. And that's how they exert their effect no lock zone or can it works by displacing or kicking off the opioid from that receptor site so it had the ability to interrupt the process to allow the individual to start breathing restore respiration and also to allow them to awaken and become responsive and That's how.

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"naloxone" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"naloxone" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Today on 62nd psych time to talk about naloxone. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist that can save lives when used for opioid overdose. Most of these fatalities are accidental and they can happen when the patient takes just a little more than prescribed maybe to ease their pain or unwittingly combines that opioid with the respiratory suppressant like a benzo or alcohol Now new labeling from the FDA requires Physicians to discuss naloxone with patients or their caregivers whenever they're prescribing opioids. The new guidelines also recommend that we prescribe naloxone to anyone who has a dog ask for opioid overdose. Even if we are prescribing them an opioid, so that would include patients with a history of opioid use disorders a history of opioid overdose. And those are currently using opioids recreationally naloxone can be given IV or IM. But the intranasal route is what we prescribe to outpatients Most states allow you To prescribe naloxone to a family member, even if you've never met or assess the family which makes sense because the antagonist is intended for use on your patient with the antagonist only last 30 to 60 minutes. So the family may need to give multiple doses to keep the patient alive while they await EMS and while naloxone Mage Save a Life the patient may not think the family right away naloxone will usually precipitate opioid withdrawal symptoms, like restlessness agitation. Nausea vomiting woke up at heart rate and sweating. It's rather uncomfortable naloxone was patented in 1961 and approved for opioid overdose in the United States in nineteen seventy one month. I've included exact prescribing directions for the nasal version in the episode.

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Mysterious 'purple heroin’ linked to overdoses in Michigan

John McCulloch

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Mysterious 'purple heroin’ linked to overdoses in Michigan

"Poison Center at Wayne State University School of Medicine is warning about a drug that is causing overdoses. The drug Purple heroin is linked overdoses in the upper peninsula as well as one in Van Buren County. The Michigan State Police laboratory tested the drug and found fentanyl and morphine in the drug. Teachers. Researchers say that the drug should respond naloxone and an overdose situation, but research is limited.

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Deal will let more companies make overdose antidote spray

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Deal will let more companies make overdose antidote spray

"More companies could make a nasal version of the opioid overdose antidote naloxone under a deal struck between the New York Attorney General and the one company that sells it now the deal with the emergence of bio solutions opens the market but doesn't guarantee more companies will offer that

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10 people died of overdoses within 26 hours in one Ohio county

Woody and Company

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

10 people died of overdoses within 26 hours in one Ohio county

"There was a huge surge in drug overdose deaths over the weekend the Franklin County coroner reported ten overdose deaths in just twenty six hours this weekend warning that they could be tied to a Sentinel police are urging family and friends who do have drug problems to contact them for naloxone the entire overdose drug as. well this training on how to administer it in an

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"naloxone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"naloxone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He said you know poison control we have operators there twenty four seven and this is right up our alley so canning and poison control launched a pilot program for a section of Hartford Connecticut's department of public health took notice it offered federal funding to expand the program an issue monthly reports now poison control will track all of the overdoses all in one place for the first time before this some hospitals only required EMS to report when they administered the overdose antidote naloxone now every EMS worker must call a hotline after any suspected overdose under the state wide opioid reporting directive or sword and the training is a simple twelve minute video how to place the call EMS crew should call Connecticut poison control at one eight hundred two two two one two two two and say I have a call for Connecticut sort then a certified poison specialist like Lori Salinger picks up the phone normally Salinger answers calls from worried parents whose kids swallowed something they shouldn't happen with this program Salinger asked PMS ten questions about the overdose and breaks down what happened EMS can move on to the next emergency call after that but Salinger continues to track the patient was in control she called the hospital to check up on an overdose victim and explains the new protocol to someone on the line and so when I get transported to emergency room we follow up for a data adding that to help trend that yeah so how's he doing Salinger enters patient data onto a spreadsheet as she chats on the phone she says her office handles about eight overdose calls a day just for the Hartford area poison control has a grant to hire more specialists to man the phones as the program.

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"naloxone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"naloxone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By hateful violent and deadly acts president trump this morning has the Dayton Ohio in el Paso Texas but first we're learning fewer opioid prescriptions are being written in Arizona but that doesn't necessarily mean the crisis is easing year eliminating the supply but not to demand it's our top story and here's Jimmy west chances are you have a neighbor friend coworker or family member affected by opioid addiction there were thirty four hundred suspected opioid deaths in our state over the past two years but also a thirteen percent drop in opioid prescriptions being written Dr Sarah solid with access Arizona's Medicaid system credits education if we book it to decades ago the risks warrant as well known as they are now our and and weren't educated amongst the provider and member community if access is spent eighty four million dollars on prevention and referral programs the state is distributed nineteen thousand the locks on kids to reverse opioid overdose it's but what our recovery centers seeing on the front lines of the fight against opioid addiction our expanded coverage continues now live with Katie a ours Peter say moral Jamie CEO Remsen kasha of Calvary healing center appreciates the state's encouragement of reducing prescription opioids and boosting prevention efforts but users switch their drugs of choice when being probably the most common one and more recently here we've seen a an increase in federal usage which is terrifying because of how deadly friend now it is casa is also grateful for naloxone be more widely available if he calls that a temporary fix kasha also says user demand for drugs only drops when the underlying causes of addiction are addressed live in the newscenter Peter say more KTAR news thank you Peter it is five oh one now our first check of traffic.

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FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of Narcan a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday, Nelson has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since twenty sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vials a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the products price, or when it will be

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Narcan, Tiba Pharmaceuticals And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Narcan, Tiba Pharmaceuticals And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday now zone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US in two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes, and via a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be

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FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose

"The FDA's approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's TV pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday, Nelson has been sold as a nasal spray in the US in twenty sixteen under the brand. Name NAR can pharmacists can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, prefigured syringes and vials APAC of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the products price, or when it will be

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Tiba Pharmaceuticals, Naltrexone And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Tiba Pharmaceuticals, Naltrexone And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday naltrexone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan. Pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vile 's a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be

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FDA And Naloxone discussed on Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

FDA And Naloxone discussed on Tom Sullivan

"Approval to the first generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdoses naloxone nasal spray with the brand name of Narcan is a medicine used to help stop and reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Nor now primarily used by police and EMS workers the FDA also announced plans to review applications for similar generic products as well as plans to help create an over the counter

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The Opioid Crisis

Joey Hudson

04:43 min | 2 years ago

The Opioid Crisis

"Kim Miller came to Greenville in the fall of two thousand and fourteen to become Greenville's twenty-six police chief he came via Charlotte Mecklenburg in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is really known for community policing. He believes that the community should be Imbaba. He was quoted in the Greenwood news that first week on the job is saying my role in managing the police department is making sure we're meeting the needs of the community were part of a community not apart from them. And chief welcome in your truly. I believe that you blew that believe that that your men and women need to be out on the streets and becoming a part of the community in which they serve it will. Thank you Joey for having me on your program. I I do believe that. And I believe also that the safest communities are the ones where police and community are working together to ensure that everybody is safe that we're all taking our part in ensuring that we're not gonna be victimized. And that our neighbors won't be victimized. So working you have to work in collaboration with the community and an number of service providers and businesses throughout our community do that. I'm glad to say in the coming weeks. We're going to be visited by the teeth. We're calling it. We're gonna call it a minute with Miller. But then we realized that there's not a such thing as just a minute with Miller. It's going to be minutes with a Meller because we we have lots to talk about chief. And we we got a little intro here for you. I'm police chief can. You'll be checking in weekly with chief Miller. So let's just jump in here. Like so many areas. One of the things that we're seeing here in the upstate and, unfortunately, it's one of the things at the upstate lease estate in as I understand is the impact of Opio at the opioid crisis. We hear a lot about this. But give us a thirty thousand foot view of what the opioid crisis looks like here in in Greenville. And what that means. Yeah. So Jerry, we we struggle between our county and the coastal counties with with the opioid crisis mostly for South Carolina and here in the upstate. We have a dubious distinction of actually having the most opiate overdose reversals in the state. We are the most populous county, and we have the most reversals and not the highest overdose fatal rate or. Metality rate for the state because we are quipped EMS fire personnel and police and sheriff's personnel are quipped with a life saving drug naloxone. And so we've administered that seven hundred ten times actually, more than seven hundred ten times between the three first responders to to really reverse the effects and safe people. And we have in fact, saved many many people from from dying from overdose here in in Greenville county now that seven hundred plus over what period of time is that's just that's just twenty eighteen while. Yeah. Well, his twenty eighteen when you look at this and just at the national level in two thousand sixteen there were sixty two thousand four hundred ninety seven fatal overdose related to opioids heroin and fennel and largely fennel in two thousand seventeen that increased to seventy thousand two hundred thirty seven so we're still on the upswing with his. Pedantic? And if you put that in comparison anything put it an all Vietnam, they were fifty eight thousand two hundred twenty casualties. And so in two years alone. We've more than doubled. The casualty rate the ten plus years of Vietnam war. So so what what's the answer? So there are you know, there are a lot of there are a lot of things we can do. But I will tell you that we need to change behavior. And that behavior begins from the far pharmaceutical companies through our physicians that are prescribing how we manage prescriptions, but we have to focus and this what we do in policing. When we look at problems that are affecting our community. We we look at prevention intervention and enforcement a lot of folks, you know, enforcement is kind of our lane, but we find ourselves in in into the prevention and intervention partnerships because they're so important to to our communities because if all we do is enforcement, we basically criminalize most behavior and and criminalize our

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RI health officials urge residents to carry naloxone amid opioid overdoses

Ron St. Pierre

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

RI health officials urge residents to carry naloxone amid opioid overdoses

"The Rhode Island department of health wants people to start carrying the overdose reversal medication the lock zone. Health officials say that about thirty four percent of the opioid overdoses that EMS responded to in two thousand eighteen happened in public places, including parking lot restaurants stores and beaches DO h director, Dr Nicole Alexander Scott says with so many overdoses in plain sight, everyone can play a part

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"naloxone" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"naloxone" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"We have a hashtag. So today's hashtag is going to be hashtag grow. As in grow. Your Email last year with us if her live use hashtag live, and then when you have questions use hashtag grow. If you hear much replay you can type in hashtag replay. That kinda see how many are lying Hammond. You're watching the replay. Yeah. Absolutely. So listen guys today as we said, we're talking about one of the most simple ineffective ways to grow your Email list. We told you yesterday that this is gonna push you out of your comfort zone, but it is a free tool. So it's something that you absolutely should be using without a doubt. It's one of the most effective tools in our s'il as online marketers reliant might be the most effective honestly, Kathleen, especially in the free arena, certainly finding your ideal client as you know. I mean, it's the thing you all said as a majority that you're having the most trouble with weirdo. I find now right while it's the name of the game in we're gonna help you figure that out today. So this is not a quick like quick you're going to do this overnight strategy. This is a long term. Strategy that we're gonna be talking about today. But it's affected. It's proven. It's time tested. You're definitely going to want to engage in this technique at it works incredibly well. And we're gonna share at least one example of health folks that we know that's been using it. We actually know of a law health coaches that are using us. So our guys type in the comments rarefied at what it is. Give it give him on Mojo. Invest them thumbs up. So that it here. Let's see. Forty three people live so far with us. Kathleen. So the naloxone lead your joining us. All right. You wanna tell them shirt? So guys what we're gonna be talking about today specifically is how to use Facebook livestream. We're gonna give you a whole strategy around it to grow your Email list with ideal client subscribers now, there are some of you out there. They're giving the biggest Cy in Mon we've ever heard her some that are like intrigued in excited so quick put in the comments like emoji around this particular topic. Facebook livestream light a Hemi emoji alike on now just get some funds. What's a motion in their guy? So we can kind of gauge your gauge the temperature on this topic a little bit. We're gonna walk you through. Exactly how to do this in. How it plays into growing your Email us? Yeah. We wanna know are doing livestream video yachts. But yet go ahead and enter enter the emojis in there, we're getting some actually all really positive thumbs up plant, ping. Awesome. Awesome. Amazing. I love the way you are open to embrace so good the things we're gonna actually have really good challenge for you at the end of this. So get ready because this is an action day mega action day for you. But we'll tell you more about that a little bit. So why don't we talk about why we believe Kathleen? And I believe that Facebook livestream. Overall. But especially for in the health and wellness industry. Why this is such a powerful marketing tool to I'm gonna back up for a second guys. I mean, let's again put ourselves in the shoes of your ideal client. It doesn't matter who they are what their problem is the thing they're trying to solve they are in a fearful state guaranteed. They're fearful they can't lose the way they're fearful they can't reverse diabetes. They're fearful fearful just like we all feel when we're trying to learn something new or accomplish something or hit a goal were fearful that we might not do it..

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Trump administration cracking down on production of prescription opioids

Rick Hamada

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Trump administration cracking down on production of prescription opioids

"The Trump, administration wants pharmaceutical companies the slow down production of, certain addictive prescription, painkillers the Justice department and Drug Enforcement Administration proposing a ten percent reduction of the six most abuse, Oviedo is next year including. Hydra. Code on, morphine, infant now officials say the proposal is in line with President Trump's safe prescribing plan that seeks to cut nationwide opioid prescription pills by one. Third, within three

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Moms of 11 children found at "filthy" compound arrested

Dave Ramsey

02:39 min | 3 years ago

Moms of 11 children found at "filthy" compound arrested

"Center, with more that would be, the two thousand seventeen Arizona. Opioid emergency response report now it does show the number of opioid related deaths increased in two thousand seventeen Dr care Chris with the State Department of health services says that was. Not unexpected given national trends now on the other hand the number of naloxone prescriptions which, is an overdose anti overdose truck has increased between July in. September of two thousand seventeen fewer than nine hundred per month in may this year we had almost thirty five hundred dispensed Chris says fewer. People also appear on the four and four report which helps doctor's track who may be doctor shopping for opioid, sleep scene is sixty two. Percent decline in, the number Patients and in fact it's done so well that. I hear the board of pharmacy is. Going to switch to a three by three report live in the news center Kathy Klein KTAR news over the. Weekend sheriff's deputies in northern New Mexico and the desert. There found a buried trailer that served as a home for. More than a dozen people including eleven children investigators had known for some time about the little compound near the New Mexico Colorado. Line, they were aware that children and women were living there and then we got some credible. Information that the welfare of the children had been compromised so at that point we decided. To, take action immediately couch, county New Mexico sheriff's sergeant Jason rail says eleven filthy starving. Children were discovered the two aren't men running the place where taken into custody as were the. Three women all of, them facing felony child abuse charges Jim. Ryan ABC news KTAR is on immigration a federal judge ruling the, Trump administration must fully restored the DACA program that protects young immigrants. From deportation it must also begin accepting new applications However. The ruling has no immediate affect the district court judges saying I'm gonna give you twenty days to appeal. My decision to the court of appeals That's Phoenix immigration attorney Ray Ibarra Maldonado there. Were twenty eight thousand DACA recipients in Arizona with the Trump administration announced it was ending the program attorney general Jeff Sessions disagrees with. The judge's decision he issued a statement today that the Obama administration violated its. Duty, to enforce our immigration laws by implementing a Don. Enforcement immigration, policy he said that the Trump administration's actions. Reestablished illegal policies consistent with the law Good news for Star. Trek fans Patrick Stewart has announced over the weekend that he'll be reprising his role as John Luc Picard. And the new Star Trek series for CBS all access though not much been revealed about the new.

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Authorities plan expansion of naloxone access in Hamilton County

America's Truckin' Network

03:54 min | 3 years ago

Authorities plan expansion of naloxone access in Hamilton County

"News a service of travelcenters of america and progressive insurance no word yet on any charges but ohio state troopers say an eighteen year old fell asleep while driving a pickup truck southeast on state route seventy three near antioch road in clinton county just before six thirty on tuesday evening the pickup went left of center hitting a pickup truck going the other way i'll young woman in that other pickup suffered minor injuries but the teen driver who allegedly dozed off was taken to the hospital with serious injuries there had been a crash in that same area earlier on tuesday but there is no indication that there's any connection between them jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w it's a warning about tristate drug od's from hamilton county officials health officials are stressing the use of opioid antidote and lock zone is hamilton county experiences a spike in drug overdoses greg casterman assistant health commissioner for hamilton county public health it is important that we're asking folks to administer naloxone for any drug overdose even when non opioids are indicated in case it is mixed in with what they're using area hospitals treated sixteen people for drug overdoses monday the county's averaging ten to twelve per day libby coming ham newsradio seven hundred w l w the folks at kroger currently hiring and would like to hear from you right now they employ eighty people at their distribution center in florence but that number is about to go up career looks to expand its florence distribution center in create about two hundred fifty new jobs those two hundred and fifty new jobs will be full time and the company says they plan to invest nearly eighteen million dollars to boost their ecommerce and digital services tom demerara police with a cincinnati business courier says they'd kroger already employs twenty one thousand people in the commonwealth allison wyatt news radio seven hundred wwl w yesterday on wall street pretty good day for stocks stocks rising on wall street tuesday the benchmark s and p five hundred had its fourth straight day of gains and its highest closed since early february the s and p rose eight the dow gained one fortythree in the nasdaq inched up three consumer products technology and healthcare companies the biggest winners on tuesday pepsi gained four point eight percent after strong second quarter earnings johnson and johnson also a bright spot gaining one point one percent a us district judge in san francisco allowing hundreds of lawsuits against monsanto to move forward the judge allowed plaintiffs to present their claim that the company's roundup weed killer causes cancer the judge called evidence linking roundup to cancer week monsanto denies there's any link tesla set to build his first factory outside the united states in shanghai under an agreement signed on tuesday becoming the first fully foreign owned automaker in china tesla's announcement comes amid mounting us chinese trade tensions and billions of dollars in recent tariffs mark remillard abc news simply wow what a comeback for the red legs last night scoring all their runs in the ninth inning at progressive field against the indians marty brennaman with cincinnati's miracle comeback loops wanted to right and that's going to fall for a base at iran will score runner goes to third and the reds are out aboard and trail four to one and it's a swing and a fly ball hammered into center field that baby will batch around on the warning track one run scores hair going away the second runner hall that's a two out two run double by adam ball and all of a sudden we have ourselves a one run ballgame at four to three here's a three two again at a high hammered back into right center field that over his hand scoring two runs are going to score and here comes the third runner to the play three run to double by joey votto here in the ninth inning news radio seven hundred wwl sports here's a reds update joy auto hit a go ahead three run double during a seven run.

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Conor Mcgregor, President and Michael Key discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Conor Mcgregor, President and Michael Key discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"A spokane athlete when he went on a rampage at a new york press event he spn reports ufc fighter conor mcgregor blew his top after ufc president dana white strip the fighter his lightweight title white says mcgregor and his entourage injured spokane native michael key also a professional fighter michael really bad cut his head he cut his face chiasso was hospitalized mcgregor arrested and now facing assault charges health officials in washington state of joined the us surgeon general urging a wider use of an opioid overdose reversal drug here's komo's bill o'neil the call comes one day after the surgeon general's push in the same week we learned one hundred additional seattle police officers will carry naloxone thanks to a grant from the police assisted addiction and recovery initiative spd's says the drug is saved at least twenty four lives in the city over the last two years while state health officials say it's you save nearly seven hundred lives in two thousand sixteen alone following reported opioid overdoses one of the goals of the state's opioid response plan is to increase the distribution of naloxone first responders family and friends and other community members in areas affected by opioid addiction below neil komo news used to be affordable to buy.

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U.S. Surgeon general urges Americans carry naloxone

24 Hour News

02:05 min | 3 years ago

U.S. Surgeon general urges Americans carry naloxone

"The moon the nation's chief doctor wants everyone taking opioids to carry the overdose antidote and lock zone to help fight the opioid crisis speaking at the national prescription drug abuse and heroin summit in atlanta on thursday morning us surgeon general dr jerome adams issued his offices i national public health advisory in thirteen years adams said he hopes opioid users as well as their friends and family members will carry the antidote and learn how to use it according to federal data more than forty two thousand americans died from opioid overdoses in two thousand sixteen more than double the number who died in two thousand ten the lock zone can restore a person's breathing after it's injected or sprayed in the nostrils the last surgeon general public health advisory was issued in two thousand five and it focused on prenatal alcohol exposure sexual abuse charges have been filed against another coach who worked with team usa athletes ap's mike rossier reports this time against a man who ran a club affiliated with usa water polo prominent water polo coach horsera has been charged with the sexual abuse of seven underage female athletes during one on one coaching sessions charges have been filed in orange county california against the forty two year old hajra who ran the international water polo club prosecutors say the alleged crimes occurred between two thousand fourteen and january of this year hawes redoubts himself as having helped develop multiple olympians over nearly a quarter century usa water polo the national governing body for the sport has revoked his membership i mike rossier this is fire fighter raphael poor yet reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through helping first responders tried the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium pastrami ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars two thousand eighteen to the firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase an oil spill the.

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Dr Jerome Adams, Providence Rhode Island and Naloxone discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Dr Jerome Adams, Providence Rhode Island and Naloxone discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"Surging opioid crisis surgeon general dr jerome adams has calling on all americans to carry naloxone the opioid overdose antidote it's available over the counter in most states cost about eighty bucks a dose target is paying more than three point seven million dollars to settle a lawsuit that said it's hiring process which autumn medically rejects people with criminal backgrounds disproportionately kept blacks and hispanics from getting entry level jobs that it stores the city of providence rhode island is being sued by thousands of drivers over more than twelve thousand speeding tickets issued by speed.

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