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Rebelion Mar 11
How to destroy an arena in 60 seconds 🔥
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Sarah Wakeman Feb 5
Excited to share study ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩, others & I did comparing effectiveness of different use disorder treatments. Bottom line- only methadone or buprenoprhine associated w/ reduced at 3 and 12 months
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George Charlton 1h
Replying to @foundationstees
We will do the rest 🤓 Stay safe guys and remember is is Not 🙏 im doing your video for you guys 😂❤️
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jtpetsca 51m
This week I saved a life. I found a man unresponsive from an in a parking lot. He was non responsive and blue, I ran to my car and retrieved my kit and me to perform the overdose reversal. These kits are free in
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HSE Drugs.ie 22h
COVID-19 can cause breathing difficulties which could increase risks for people who use drugs such as heroin which can slow down/stop breathing. Know how to and respond to overdose. 👉
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OverDose Productionz 16h
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Charles G. Hanna 29m
The maker of OxyContin tried to make it harder to misuse. It may have led to more heroin deaths. -
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Fistyah! Mar 29
I mean I little late but what’s a party without me 🤫
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Ash the ass Mar 29
y’all say beach day ? 🌊
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Lighthouse Recovery 2h
Will the -19 worsen the if we don’t prepare now?? What are your thoughts?
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Erowid Center Feb 27
Woman accidentally snorted 55 mg of LSD (550 times a normal dose), thinking it was cocaine. Tough 24 hr trip w/ vomiting & blackouts, but no lasting health problems…in fact, reduction in pre-existing pain. * *
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DEASanDiego 19h
(Narcan®) can save a person dying from an opioid overdose. It is a medication that can rapidly reverse an . It can be given as an injectable, an auto-injectable (a prefilled device), or a nasal spray.
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やじるし Mar 26
どうせ一度の人生だから どうせ大したことじゃないから どうせなるようにしかならないから どうせ どうせ
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@nephetsyollam Mar 27
UK take note. Provincial guidelines to support the needs of people who use drugs & managing withdrawal symptoms due to COVID-19 guidelines for: opioids, stimulants, illicit benzodiazepines, tobacco, alcohol and cannabis, prevention and delivery/transport support 👏👏
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Micah 7:8 Mar 29
I asked for Life; You gave me YOU, gave me your SON and then Your SPIRIT..
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Sima Mlangeni Mar 28
Stay home, on cucumber water
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HaliFIX OPS Mar 28
“New provincial guidelines have been established to support the needs of people who use drugs (PWUD) who are in needing support managing withdrawal symptoms due to COVID-19.” We NEED to adopt these outside of BC to reduce the & deaths!
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MRML Mar 27
💉💉disponible en youtube correeee
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Boston Users Union Mar 29
Well it took MULTIPLE apocalyptic pandemics (, , , ) to get rapid & widespread up & running in BC, Canada. How many more deaths, drug poisonings & epidemics will it take to get emergency here in the US and in Boston???
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Prov Health Services Mar 28
Be aware that COVID-19 may increase the risk of death when using opioids. can cause a respiratory infection and other health problems, and fentanyl and other opioids can slow your breathing rate. More information from the BCCDC:
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