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Ohio University research published in latest edition of Journal of American Medicine Association

Research first published by Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) showing more than a million years of life were lost due to drug overdose in Ohio between 2009-2018, is now being featured in the Journal of the American Medicine Association (JAMA). 

New Ohio University study profiles the changing face of suicide within the state

According to a new study released by The Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Population Health (The Alliance), suicide is increasingly comprised of individuals both young and old, with suicide rates rising more than 36 percent for those ages 20 to 29 and approximately 57 percent for those aged 60 or older in the last 10 years.

Appalachian Recovery Project at OHIO receives $1.1 million grant from Appalachian Regional Commission to provide increased addiction recovery resources to women in Southeast Ohio

The Appalachian Recovery Project (ARP), Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) and key University partners will soon be able to provide increased support to women across five Appalachian counties in their fight to overcome addiction through a $1.1 million POWER grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC).

Breaking Back to Meth?

As the opioid crisis snags headlines and attention, police in many parts of the country are grappling with a surge in meth from Mexico.

Creation, analysis, of statewide data lake could change the fight against opioid addiction

A study of a unique collection of data could help to determine the variables that contribute to substance abuse disorder, according to Ohio University officials.

To Serve and Protect
In Ohio, Signs of a Shifting Drug Crisis

Psychostimulants such as meth were involved in 12 percent of unintentional overdose deaths in Ohio in 2017, researchers said.