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After witnessing too many opioid overdose deaths, law enforcement officers decide to get pro-active. By Taylor Sisk Daily Yonder There is..
By Shefali Luthra Kaiser Health News The 2010 health law was meant to expand insurance coverage so that Americans could get medical care..
Lee Storrow, the head of the NC AIDS Action Network is in Durban, South Africa for the 2016 International Conference on AIDS to present his..
North Carolina became the third state in the nation with a standing order to allow pharmacists to give naloxone to people without a..
By Thomas Goldsmith Patients, doctors and family members affected by the prescription practice called “step therapy” brought..
At a gathering of venom experts in Greenville last week, one of the debates was over the costs and benefits of anti-venom treatment. By..
Lawmakers find themselves caught between high drug prices driving up the cost of insurance and patients forced to jump through hoops to get..
Some states are hoping that allowing pharmacists to prescribe and distribute the drugs will reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies. But..
North Carolina Law enforcement agencies are at the forefront of initiatives to reduce the harm from opioids. By Taylor Sisk “Hillbilly..