61.4 percent do not know primary care providers can prescribe medication for opioid use disorder

Higher percentages of men and adults aged 35 to 49 years received medications for opioid use disorder

Additional benefits include increased buprenorphine initiation, decreased methadone initiation, and improved buprenorphine retention

AA genotype linked to reduced severity, but not occurrence, of TD; no association seen for rs210133 with TD occurrence, severity

Lower odds of fatal OD seen with filling naloxone prescription, receiving methadone or buprenorphine, receiving behavioral health assessment or crisis services

Specifically, vaping products, varenicline, and heated tobacco products tied to significantly greater odds of successful cessation

Finding seen among Black people with overdose deaths in Pennsylvania versus White people

<p>Study finds reduction in impulsive-reactive behavior-related crimes but not those with intent or planning</p>

Significantly more patients receiving cytisinicline versus placebo had continuous e-cigarette abstinence at the end of treatment