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Edie Magnus

Before long, she was drinking bottles of cough syrup a day. She gained more than 50 pounds. She began to lose her hair. And it spiraled down from there.

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New overdose data from the CDC, how to manage your health when you have a family history of addiction, and more.


The 2nd annual Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event in Atlanta united over 1,200 people on November 3, 2018.

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A New Jersey lawsuit, a reckoning in the restaurant industry, and more.

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How to get health insurance to cover opioid addiction, good news about naloxone's shelf life, and more.


Shatterproof took its national movement, the Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event, to the National Capital Area on October 20, 2018.

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From C-sections to hysterectomies, it's possible to treat women's surgical pain without over-reliance on opioids. Dr. Elizabeth Cherot explains how she does it at her practice.

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DAs and drugs, addiction treatment in ERs, and more.

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On October 14, 2018, over 3,000 walkers and runners gathered at Pier 84 in New York City for the community’s second annual Shatterproof Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event.

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The morning of October 6, 2018, started off with stormy weather, but then the skies cleared and over 1,500 people from across Chicago gathered for the Shatterproof’s Rise Up Against Addiction event.

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Shatterproof’s Rise Up Against Addiction continued its national movement on September 23, 2018, and headed to Franklin Park in Boston, for the second year in a row.

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Many key provisions that Shatterproof supported made the bill's final cut. Here are the highlights.


Got unused prescription pills sitting around in your medicine cabinet? Don’t miss your chance to safely dispose of them this weekend.


According the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there has been a 2.8% decrease in drug overdose deaths nationwide. 

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The resurgence of meth, teens affected by the opioid epidemic, and more.

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction

192 Americans die from drug overdoses each day.

This must stop. Help reverse the addiction crisis in America.

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