WHAT ARE OPIATES (National Institute on Drug Abuse):
Medication Disposal Systems (Deterra)
How to Recognize an Opioid Overdose
HARM REDUCTION PRODUCTS:
A guide on how to reduce anxiety
THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC:
Overdose Death Rates (Current: August, 2018)
Surgeon General Public Health Advisory on Naloxone (U.S. Surgeon General)
The President"s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis
Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General"s Spotlight on Opioids
COLLEGIATE OPIATE USAGE:
Opioid Overdose Prevention Initiatives on College Campus (Journal of Drug Abuse)
Connections between Sleep and Substance Use Disorders
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Treatment Service Locator
Surpass, Inc. - Preclinical Research CRO: Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals
ALTERNATIVES TO OPIATES:
Non-Drug Therapies for Sleep-Disorders
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