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Kelly McBride
Media ethicist, VP@Poynter, co-editor of The New Ethics of Journalism, jealous of yr clever Twitter bio, into running, yoga, forking $ over to higher ed.
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
The cost Opioid abuse = $ in the ER Opioid dependence diagnosis = $ on lab tests. - FAIR Health
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
10x increase in # of Fentanyl deaths in Baltimore. So many, couldn’t clear the bodies. - Dr. Leana Wen
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Myth: Methadone and Buprenorphine replace one addiction with another. Truth: Muting is symptoms is creating addiction.
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Myth: Cold turkey is the best treatment. Truth: No science behind behind abstinence-based treatment.
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Myth: People will choose to overdose, if naloxone is available. Truth: Naloxone causes withdrawal. No one chooses that.
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Leana Wen, M.D. Sep 26
Why are we are being priced out of saving lives at a time when we need it the most?
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Price of Naloxone is increasing, just like epi-pens, even though it’s a generic medication - Dr. Leana Wen
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Dr. Leana Wen shows journalists how to administer Naloxone.
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Here is ’s investigation into Purdue
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Drug dealers want repeat customers, so they don’t want to kill them. But they should be prosecuted if they do.
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David Folkenflik Sep 26
Nitpicker, fact-checker, or mere notary public? My NPR column on Lester Holt's Moment
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
“I don’t want these numbers to double.” -
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
The CDC guidelines are for patients new to opioids. What about the millions who are already on?
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
CDC’s director of injury prevention is on Twitter!
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
CDC is about to put a staffer at DEA. And DEA will put a staffer at CDC. Because opioids. -Dr. Debra Houry
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Jatara McGee Sep 26
One prescription, even for a week or two, is all it takes for someone to get dependent. Don't over-prescribe. -
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Kelly McBride Sep 26
Co-prescribe Narcan or Naloxone. Follow up with urine drug testing Avoid Benzo + opioids - CDC
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Esther Honig Sep 26
3 out of 4 heroin/opioid addicts were prescribed an opioid drug.
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