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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

What Can a Forgotten Chapter in America’s History of Opioid Addiction and Treatment Teach Us Today?

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As the nation struggles with the third wave of a continuing opioid epidemic, a newly republished book co-authored by Nancy Campbell, the head of the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, offers insight into present-day drug addiction and treatment by exploring a complex chapter from the nation’s past. “All of our scientific knowledge about human opioid addiction comes from that time, comes from that place,” said Campbell, a leading figure in the social history of drugs, drug policy, and harm reduction, on an episode of the Landmark Recovery Radio podcast.

News 9

Wellness Wednesday: Addiction In The Pandemic

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New CDC information shows that drug overdoses spiked by 45% in 2020 compared to the year before. Michael Lacy, with Landmark Recovery of Oklahoma City, joined News 9 at 9 a.m. Wednesday to address how the pandemic is impacting recovering addicts.

Spectrum News 1

New Study Shows Opioid Crisis in the US is Deepening

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While Kentucky and the rest of the world focuses on COVID-19, something else has been lurking in the shadows and gaining strength — the opioid epidemic. A large cross-sectional study published in JAMA Psychiatry found that emergency department visit rates for opioid use were up 28.8% year over year.

Behavioral Health Business

SUD Treatment Providers Split on Buprenorphine Flexibilities Nixed by Biden

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At Landmark Recovery’s nine inpatient recovery centers across the U.S., patients battling opioid use disorder (OUD) only get access to buprenorphine for short stints, usually as a detox medication. But Senior Medical Director Melvin Pohl would like to start offering the drug as part of long-term treatment, with patients being referred to community providers who could help them stay in recovery after discharge.

Spectrum News 1

Report: Women Drinking More During Pandemic

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Women have been turning to alcohol for relief from the COVID-19 pandemic at alarming rates, with a 41 percent increase in heavy-drinking episodes since March in a report published by the Journal of the American Medical Association Network Open.

Behavioral Health Business

REGULATION SUD Treatment Providers Split on Buprenorphine Flexibilities Nixed by Biden

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At Landmark Recovery’s nine inpatient recovery centers across the U.S., patients battling opioid use disorder (OUD) only get access to buprenorphine for short stints, usually as a detox medication. But Senior Medical Director Melvin Pohl would like to start offering the drug as part of long-term treatment, with patients being referred to community providers who could help them stay in recovery after discharge.

WLKY

As alcohol sales and abuse rise, addiction treatment centers urge you try a new trend

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Since the start of the pandemic, alcohol sales have been on the rise which health officials say is leading to record numbers in alcohol abuse.

News4

Addicted Nevada: What is dry January and how can it improve your health?

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RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — If one of your New Year's resolutions includes cutting back on alcohol, you might want to know more about dry January and how it can help improve your health.

WDRB

Louisville mother raising awareness of rise in overdose deaths after losing son during pandemic

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Addiction rates and overdose deaths have significantly increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.

THESOBERWORLD

NEW OREGON DRUG POLICY MAKES WAVES IN RECOVERY COMMUNITIES

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By following public health models rolled out in Portugal, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, Oregon is spearheading a new attempt to improve the ongoing opioid epidemic.