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Cocaine & Fentanyl; Minority Men's Health; Coffee Cup Art

Cuyahoga County’s Medical Examiner has a full laboratory analyzing evidence collected in the field, and a toxicology lab reviewing blood and other samples from victims. [Photo: John Cummings]

There isn't just one path to addiction in this crisis. Mixtures of opioids with drugs like cocaine, and a spike in deaths, especially among African-Americans, have officials worried the crisis could get much worse.

Minority males with any health issues have the opportunity this week for cost-free medical exams and advice. We'll hear of changes, growth, and upgrades to the Cleveland Clinic's annual program.

And the worlds of art and commerce combine in a competition to teach students how to use their art in the business world.

Additional Information:

Tony Ganzer: Opioids Are Making Cocaine More Fatal, Challenging Crisis Stereotypes

Minority Men's Health Fair: Locations & Registration

Tony Ganzer, ideastream

Charles Modlin, MD, Cleveland Clinic

Waverly Willis, Urban Barber Association

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