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Texas Public Health discusses opioid prevention and response training


Students at the University of Texas at Austin promoted National Public Health Week by informing others about opioids and what to do in cases of overdose. Check it out here!


"JP Sanchez, president of UT Student Chapter of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, continued the rest of the training. He touched on the possible symptoms of an overdose.  “If breathing looks slow, lips or nails are blue. They’re going to feel cold,” Sanchez said. Other symptoms include no movement, little reaction and choking.

Sanchez clarified that Texas does not have medical amnesty, meaning that if there are drugs around when someone dials 911, they could be charged for drug possession or use."

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The Art of Romero Britto

I interviewed the famous Brazilian artist Romero Britto. An Austin art gallery featured his colorful work for nine days. Even though he was pretty busy meeting his fans, he talked about his past and his love for bright colors.


"Britto says his painting style does not fit into one genre— his style is his own. “It’s colorful and happy,” Britto says. The artist, who never went to art school, started painting around the age of eight. As a kid, he loved Picasso’s works and the colors of Matisse. "

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