Tag: opioid

On this episode of Viewpoint, AEI’s Katharine Stevens sits down with photographer Chris Arnade. Arnade has a PhD in physics and was a Wall Street trader. After a crisis of conscience following the 2008 financial crash [3:02], Chris abandoned his banking job to travel the country and chronicle the lives of America’s forgotten masses. But more compelling than the photos were the real conversations that Chris had with real people across the United States [5:23]. He discusses analyzing the “front row and back row” of educational classes [13:56].

This interview originally was published on AEI’s YouTube channel.

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We typically avoid talking about maddening and infantilizing enteric distress, but there’s a good chance most of us have experienced it at some point. Many a home medicine cabinet contains Imodium (active ingredient, loperamide), and some of us may have had a doctor recommend a newer prescription agent, eluxadoline, for problems that occur with greater […]

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