Chris Humor, a paramedic with Carle Arrow Ambulance in Champaign, Illinois, holds a syringe with a mist atomizer used to dispense Narcan, the emergency, life-saving antidote for opioid overdose victims. Boise State and Idaho State universities both keep Narcan on hand in case of overdoses on campus.
Chris Humor, a paramedic with Carle Arrow Ambulance in Champaign, Illinois, holds a syringe with a mist atomizer used to dispense Narcan, the emergency, life-saving antidote for opioid overdose victims. Boise State and Idaho State universities both keep Narcan on hand in case of overdoses on campus. John Dixon The News-Gazette via AP
Chris Humor, a paramedic with Carle Arrow Ambulance in Champaign, Illinois, holds a syringe with a mist atomizer used to dispense Narcan, the emergency, life-saving antidote for opioid overdose victims. Boise State and Idaho State universities both keep Narcan on hand in case of overdoses on campus. John Dixon The News-Gazette via AP

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March 22, 2018 12:37 PM