Police: Mother Charged After Baby's Blood Tests Positive For Codeine, FentanylA New Brighton woman has been charged after her 11-month-old son allegedly ingested drugs and had to be revived with Narcan.
Pa. Gives Away Anti-Overdose Drug During Statewide Distribution DayPennsylvania is expanding efforts to make the anti-overdose medication naloxone available to the public with a statewide distribution day today.
Pa. Giving Away Anti-Overdose Drug Naloxone During Statewide Distribution DayPennsylvania is expanding efforts to make the anti-overdose medication naloxone available to the public with a statewide distribution day next week.
Officer Sickened By Unknown Substance At SCI FayetteAn officer performing fire, safety and security checks the at Fayette State Correctional Institution was sickened by an unknown substance on Saturday morning.
Police: 4 Doses Of Narcan Used To Revive Man Who Overdosed With Infant In CarOfficials administered four doses of Narcan to a man who allegedly overdosed in his vehicle with a small child in the back seat.
Naloxone Recalled Due To Particulate MatterThe opioid overdose antidote Naloxone has been recalled by its maker, Hospira, the US Food and Drug Administration said Monday.
Police Save Pregnant Woman Who Overdosed TwiceTwo police officers revived a pregnant woman who overdosed twice within 45 minutes in Philadelphia.
Woman Revived With Narcan On Overdose Awareness DayA woman was brought back to life mid-day in the heart of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle on Thursday.
Police: Narcan Administered To 2-Year-Old For Signs Of OverdoseBeaver Falls Police say Narcan had to be administered to a 2-year-old child who was showing signs of an overdose Saturday.
Ohio City's School Officers Will Carry Overdose AntidoteOfficers patrolling public middle and high schools in one of northeast Ohio's largest cities will start carrying the overdose antidote naloxone during the coming school year.
Ohio Sheriff Won't Let Deputies Carry Narcan, Citing SafetyA sheriff in an Ohio county with record numbers of overdose deaths in recent years is sticking to his long-standing refusal to allow deputies to carry an overdose-reversal drug.