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State health alert issued for fentanyl mixture
Xylazine is not approved for human use and naloxone will not be able to reverse its effect
COVID-19 stable in AK; flu and RSV in steep decline
KENAI — Flu and respiratory syncytial virus have both seen a steep decline in Alaska, health officials said on a recent Public Health ECHO, held… Continue reading
CCFR starts program to push Narcan out to residents
The program will allow emergency personnel to distribute Narcan to those who need it.
Officials say sobering center operating smoothly
Pickups for the community health program are split between the Valley and downtown.
Making your house safe can save a life, Suicide Coalition says
Alcohol and firearms are present in most suicides in Alaska.
CCFR stands up appointment-based testing site
The idea is to decentralize operations from BRH.
City, nonprofits look to protect homeless citizens from coronavirus
Living in tightly packed shelters, with less access to medicine and protection, Juneau residents experiencing homelessness are some of the most vulnerable members of the… Continue reading
Fighting the stigma: Inside Passages closes with frank suicide discussion
The series will restart next season.
AWARE, Catholic Community Services awarded advocacy grant
The grant is to enhance their services for victims.
Poison from the past: An Alaskan’s quest to study effects of depleted uranium ammo
The tank-killing rounds are likely killing Iraqis even now.
‘Emerging’ pollutant contaminates Gustavus well water
Some residents of the small town of Gustavus, near Glacier Bay National Park, are relying on state-provided drinking water after testing of private wells showed… Continue reading
Local nurses help in wake of Hurricane Florence
Two public health nurses from Juneau are helping in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
Opinion: A prioritized agenda for suicide in Alaska
Alaska is consistently among states with the highest rate of suicide in the country.