Harm Reduction and Overdose

What is Harm Reduction?

Harm reduction means reducing the possible harm from activities humans do every day. As an example, wearing a seatbelt in a car or a helmet when bicycling. Seatbelts and helmets won't protect us 100% of the time, but they do reduce the risk for injuries or death.

 

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What is an overdose?

Defined as too great a dose; a lethal or toxic amount. Or simply, taking too much of something – beyond the toxicity level.

 

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