Los Angeles Unified supplies naxolone to schools after nine teens overdose


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Los Angeles Unified School District will make overdose reversal drug naloxone available in its public schools following recent student fentanyl overdoses. 

LAUSD is the second-largest school system in the United States, and its decision will affect nearly 1,400 elementary, middle and high schools. School police officers will also be given a supply of naloxone.

A program operated by Wayne State University in Detroit has installed a total of 15 naxolone machines across the state, including on its own campus.

A program operated by Wayne State University in Detroit has installed a total…



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