New study on effects of combination drug overdoses, What to know about homeschooling

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We speak with a UW Health researcher about deadly combinations of meth and opioid drug use. Then, after the pandemic spurred more families to try homeschooling, we learn about this approach to education with two representatives from the Wisconsin Homeschooling Parents Association.

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    A recent study looked at the relationship between meth and opioid use with non-fatal drug overdoses in rural areas across 10 states, including Wisconsin. We speak with an author of the paper on who uses multiple drugs and how they can best receive treatment.

  • Homeschooling in Wisconsin

    It’s nearly back-to-school season in Wisconsin. And some parents will be opting to teach their children at home this year. Two leaders from the Wisconsin Homeschooling Parents Association answer your questions about how homeschooling works.

Episode Credits

  • Shereen Siewert Host
  • Trevor Hook Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Dr. Randall Brown Guest
  • Rebecca Ahl Guest
  • Jodi Buntin Guest