Morning Roundup: Nov. 7, 2018

By The Fix staff 11/07/18

How people hide their opioid addictions, Drug Take Back Day collects record number of unwanted prescriptions, New Hampshire supports employees with substance use disorders.

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More drugs than ever. Iryna Moroz |

Do you know the warning signs? Jamie Lee Curtis Did It... How People Hide Their Opioid Addictions [Healthline]

The potent drug associated with the late Prince and Tom Petty has been cited in the death of rapper Mac Miller. Deadly Opioid that Contributed to Mac Miller's Death Increasingly Found in Street Drugs [LA Times]

This year's Drug Take Back Day hit a significant milestone. DEA Collects Record Number of Unwanted and Expired Prescriptions on Drug Take Back Day [DEA]

The evidence in favor of exercise's benefits for recovery is overwhelmingly clear. The Benefits of Regular Exercise in Recovery [US News & World Report]

Pregnant women are often overlooked and stigmatized. Professor's Research Aims to Assist Pregnant Women with Drug Addiction [Sentinel]

The recent drug-related deaths of Lil Peep and Mac Miller have hit this young rapper hard. Lil Xan Admits He's Relapsed in His Battle for Sobriety [XXL Mag]

New Hampshire wants to help businesses support employees who have substance use disorders. Beyond the Stigma: State Launching Push to Promote 'Recovery Friendly' Workplaces [NH Union Leader]

A Chicago budget amendment would allocate $25M for mental health services. Advocates Seek $25 Million from City for Mental Health Services [Chicago Sun Times]

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