‘Addiction Safe House’…

…New for Johns Hopkins Magazine, Fall 2017 Issue.

The story is about safe consumption spaces for illegal drugs, which a professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health is suggesting as a way to combat drug overdoses.  This idea is modelled on Insite, located in Vancouver, which is North America’s first supervised drug injection centre; where people can safely inject, smoke, or inhale illegal drugs such as heroin, cocaine, and morphine. They are supervised by trained medical staff without fear of prosecution.

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‘Taming Opioids’…

…A full page illustration to accompany a feature article in Johns Hopkins Health Review.

2.6 million Americans have been diagnosed with an opioid disorder.  Is this narcotic safe? Learn the facts and get advice on how to manage pain in the era of addiction.
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Taming Opioids