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How to prevent overdoses and save lives
Fentanyl is showing up in more and more drugs. Talking to family about safe drug use will help keep them safe.
Whether it is COVID-19 or overdose, the U.S. has long chosen to accept mass death.
Does harm reduction messaging work for gatherings during the pandemic? Or have we misunderstood the term?
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a rise in overdoses. It's time to propose new solutions to meet the moment.
Trump and Biden both talk about the overdose crisis and drug use. How do the candidates' drug policy platforms match up?
Commenting on politicians' alleged drug use, or using it as a punchline, has become a common theme in politics. Let's leave drugs out of it.
The drug war is killing people in more ways than we think.
Some people believe you can overdose if you touch fentanyl or come into physical proximity to it. How true is this?
Government regulations prevent people from accessing the treatment they need—which ends up reinforcing racial disparities.
Abdullah Shihipar is a Masters of Public Health candidate at Brown University. His research focuses on overdose prevention and harm reduction.