ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: In Israel, the new education minister has caused an uproar by saying gay conversion therapy works. The practice has been widely …
Want To Know Where The Opioid Epidemic Hit Colorado Hardest? Follow Where The Pills Went Colorado Public Radio
New federal data tracking opioid pills, published by The Washington Post, highlights areas of Colorado hit hardest by the opioid crisis. The newspaper obtained …
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Opioids and Abortion: How Georgia’s Legal Landscape Impacts Pregnant Women with Addiction Georgia Public Broadcasting
Marshae Jones, an Alabama woman charged with manslaughter for allegedly starting a fight that led to her getting shot and having a miscarriage, will not.
Signature Song: Pink Floyd’s ‘Speak To Me/Breathe’ Alabama Public Radio
SCOTT SIMON, HOST: We’ve asked you to tell us about your signature song, the song that’s become almost a part of you. Today, we hear from Toby …
Former U.S. Prosecutor Discusses Jeffrey Epstein’s 2008 Plea Deal Alabama Public Radio
STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: How unusual was the plea agreement for Jeffrey Epstein? The financier indicted this week for sexually abusing dozens of minors was …
Reckitt Benckiser Agrees To Pay $ 1.4 Billion In Opioid Settlement Alabama Public Radio
British company Reckitt Benckiser has agreed to pay $ 1.4 billion to resolve all U.S. government investigations and claims in what is the biggest drug.
Medicare Going In ‘Right Direction’ On Opioid Epidemic Kaiser Health News
Prescriptions for two drugs used to treat opioid addiction increased significantly from 2016 to 2018 for people on Medicare, according to a federal report out …
Motorcycle Crash Shows Bioethicist The Dark Side Of Quitting Opioids Alone Alabama Public Radio
In 2015, Travis Rieder, a medical bioethicist with Johns Hopkins University’s Berman Institute of Bioethics, was involved in a motorcycle accident.