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Access to Naloxone Can Save a Life During an Opioid Overdose
Anyone can save a life during an opioid overdose with naloxone, a front-line defense in the nation’s opioid crisis. Naloxone is a life-saving drug that, when sprayed into the nose or injected, quickly reverses the powerful effects of opioids during an overdose.
Consumer Updates in the Spotlight:
- Don't Use Products Marketed to Treat Molluscum, a Common Skin Condition
- Accidental Exposures to Fentanyl Patches Continue to Be Deadly to Children
- What to Ask Your Doctor Before Taking Opioids
- Ingesting or Inhaling Nitrite "Poppers" Can Cause Severe Injury or Death
- Apetamin - An Illegally Imported Weight Gain, Figure Augmentation Product
- FDA Warns of Use of Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) Among Teens, Young Adults
- Ticks and Lyme Disease: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention
- Access to Naloxone Can Save a Life During an Opioid Overdose
- Safely Using Hand Sanitizer
- Beware of Fraudulent Coronavirus Tests, Vaccines and Treatments
- Manage Your Asthma: Know Your Triggers and Treatment Options
- Milk and Plant-Based Milk Alternatives: Know the Nutrient Difference