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Surge Of Babies Born Addicted To Opioids Has Outpaced Science Of How To Treat Them

08:44 EST 15 Feb 2018 | Kaiser Health News

Hospitals around the United States are taking a scattershot approach to treating the tremors, hard-to-soothe crying, diarrhea, and other hallmark symptoms of newborn abstinence syndrome. In other news: a medication-assisted treatment program in Rhode Island jails shows success; public health advocates are concerned with the pick for "drug czar"; the surgeon general has advice about supporting long-time recovery in those battling addiction; senators want information on if new opioid rules are working; and more.

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