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Overdoses kill 100,000 last year. Never again.

Simple nasal inhaler will reverse overdoses. FDA reversed ruling and it is soon available Over the counter.

This simple inhaler in your first aid kit or medicine cabinet is soon available with out a prescription. Its called Narcan or generically, naloxone.

Be aware of opiate or fentanyl overdose, care enough to act, squeeze this inhaler into each nostril. It blocks the drug effect and the person often will wake up.  If you know someone or live near others that are on prescription drugs, or using street drugs you must get it and be prepared to use it.   Nice job @FDA!.  

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