By Dr. Jessica Sapp
The opioid crisis is an example of how first responders have become essential in contributing to public health. Find out how EMTs and police officers are working together on the frontlines to save lives by providing drug users with treatment.
By Jon Hager
States such as Georgia have taken steps to restrict access to prescription opioids, but recent research suggests it's not enough to stem the opioid epidemic. Find out how examining the specific causes of opioid-related deaths can help determine what initiatives would be a more effective solution.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Kendra Hoyt
Belize is in a vulnerable geographical location for both narcotics trafficking and human trafficking. At the invitation of Galen Univesity of Belize, AMU's Dr. Jarrod Sadulski gave a presentation on counter-narcotics and anti-trafficking strategies in the region.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Colombia is a world leader in cocaine production. Coca leaves continue to be grown in Colombia's Andes mountains, despite various efforts to eradicate the crop and deter farmers.
By Nicole Hare-Everline
The effects of opioid addiction infiltrate every aspect of an individual's life, including in the workplace. Learn how companies and employers can take measures to educate and help their workforce in the ongoing opioid crisis.
By Leslie D. McManus
As society becomes more aware of the dangers of over-prescribing opioids, it’s time to start looking for pain-management alternatives to help keep student-athletes in the competition without putting them at risk for addiction.