Can a phone app’s warnings to avoid risky friends and places prevent opioid addiction relapses?

(By Orly Nadell Farber for STAT)

You’re in recovery from opioid addiction, and your walk to work takes you down the same streets where you used to buy heroin. The drug’s calling to you, still. Just then, your phone buzzes, with a message that reads like a text from an old friend: Continue reading article here…

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