Medications

Study finds unexpected benefits of 'drug checking' programs

A recent study has found that so-called "drug checking" programs have unexpected benefits, allowing public health programs to reach and work with people who use drugs who would otherwise not access services such as HIV testing.

Addiction

State data reveal fentanyl's fatal role across age groups

Use of the illicitly manufactured opioid fentanyl has had an outsize impact on overdose deaths in Washington state – particularly among people under age 30, according to a new analysis published at the University of Washington ...

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