Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
A critical medication for preventing opioid overdose deaths will now be available on store shelves nationwide, no prescription needed.
The headlines are sensational, but many victims use fentanyl unknowingly and die quietly. Peter Attia hosts a Texas sheriff's deputy on his podcast to learn how we got here and what we can do.
Narcan, the lifesaving overdose prevention medication, may soon be available over the counter, and a vaccine against fentanyl is in development. Read up!
The news may sometimes sensationalize this powerful synthetic opioid, but around two-thirds of all overdose deaths in the U.S. involve fentanyl — and many people take it without even knowing.
Nick Verbitsky joined All Sober's Maeve O'Neill and Geoff Botak for a wide-ranging discussion about the future of addiction and a big hurdle yet to be overcome — stopping the bad actors of the opioid crisis.
Documentary producer Nick Verbitsky joined All Sober to discuss his startling account of Insys, a pharma company that bribed doctors to push a fentanyl spray now linked to hundreds of deaths.
On this day of remembrance and action, learn how everyone can help prevent overdoses and end the stigma.
The non-habit-forming medication can be highly effective in combating addiction to opioids and alcohol. Read up on it.
In just one year, death rates increased 44% for Black individuals, and 39% for American Indian and Alaska Native individuals.
"Every cell in my body hurt" — that's how one person describes opioid withdrawal. But effective treatments are available. Learn more from this Psych Hub video.
Long-term pain doesn't just hurt — it can impact mood, sleep and relationships, and be mismanaged with alcohol or opioids. But there are ways to feel better. Learn more from this Psych Hub video.
Oxycodone, fentanyl, heroin — some of these extremely powerful drugs are prescribed to treat pain, but all can be highly addictive. Learn more from this Psych Hub video.