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But it is less supportive of safer consumption spaces.
Researchers say given the many associated downsides and risks, opioids should not be a first choice for chronic noncancer pain.
A column in The New York Times Book Review offers a mini syllabus for America’s ongoing addiction crisis.
In some non–U.S. nations, health care providers can prescribe medical-grade heroin and supervise patients as they take it.
These two factors may exacerbate brain declines in people with HIV.
Monthly injections of extended-release naltrexone helps heavy drinkers with HIV cut back.
People living below a highway overpass might be forced into treatment.
Living with chronic pain not only drags down quality of life, but it is also linked to poorer HIV-related health outcomes.
Researchers analyzed data on more than a quarter of a million teens and young adults attending federally qualified health centers.
The harm reduction facility could be the first in the nation.
My first sober New York City Pride changed my life thanks to Miss Hell’s Kitchen and the untampered enthusiasm I felt in the Pride Parade.
A group of experts has issued a call to arms, spotlighting missed opportunities for addiction treatment in hospital settings.
A major mitigating factor may be treating HIV with antiretrovirals.
June 23rd, 2014, when I found my strength in my weakness.
A recent study provided extended-release naltrexone along with counseling to HIV-positive individuals.
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