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“If you over-supply, people will die.” What We’ve Learned from the Oklahoma Opioid Trial

by Ryan Banfill, FJA Communications Director Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter accused Johnson & Johnson of helping to create the “worst man-made public health crisis in the history of our state and country.” That’s what he said to a packed Norman, Oklahoma courtroom during…

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Your Driver Has a Shorter Attention Span than a Goldfish. Do You Hand Them the Keys?

by Alyssa Davenport, FJA Communications Coordinator There’s a problem on Florida’s roads. In 2018, according to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (HSMV), there were 1,671 citations given by law enforcement for distracted driving. In 2015, 3,242 people…

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The Emergence of E-Cigarettes as a Popular Product Among Youth is Ringing Alarms Among Public Health Leaders, Researchers, and Parents

by Alyssa Davenport, FJA Communications Coordinator There’s an alarming resurgence of nicotine addiction among youth. E-cigarettes (namely Juul Lab’s product ‘Juuls’) are becoming a concern for parents, educators, and lawmakers due to their addictive nature and sly marketing techniques. Juuls…

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