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Curbing Opioid Overdose Deaths by Enhancing Prevention Access

Naloxone is critical for saving lives amid the growing opioid crisis, but while some states have passed laws to grant residents easier access to the medication, others have created additional barriers for those who want and need it.

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Condoms, Clicks, and Sexual Health

Condom brands are filling critical gaps in access to sexual health education through engaging posts across their social media platforms.

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Drug Confiscation: For Better or Worse?

While drug seizures are used to limit the use of illegal substances, disrupting drug markets may not be as effective as intended, and in some instances, may increase overdose risk.

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Education and Overdose Deaths

People who use drugs had higher death rates than those who did not across all educational levels, with death rates highest among those with less formal education.

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Code Blue: Disparities in Bystander CPR

White individuals are more likely to experience bystander CPR intervention during a cardiac event at home or in public than Black or Hispanic individuals, who are 26% and 37% less likely to receive CPR, respectively.

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Puerto Rico’s Health Data Divide

Puerto Rico faces a significant health surveillance gap compared to the 50 U.S. states, making it ever more difficult to make data-driven decisions that support the well-being of its residents.

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Telehealth’s Tech Gap

Despite the widespread push for telehealth adoption, Black patients report having less telehealth visits than White patients, largely due to a lack of internet access.

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