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Officer Brian Cregg checks in with a man who says he is homeless and living in his car in Concord, N.H. In Concord, as in many parts of the Northeast, widespread use of meth is new, police say, and is changing how they approach interactions with people who seem to be delusional. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Is It A Meth Case Or Mental Illness? Police Who Need To Know Often Can't Tell

Calming techniques officers learn during training for intervening in a mental health crisis don't seem to work as well when a suspect is high on meth. Police say meth calls can be much more dangerous.

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Nabia Drammeh, 27, a nurse, talks with Maram Ceesay, and her granddaughter, Awa at the Brufut Minor Health Center outside of Banjul, the Gambia. Awa's mother passed away during childbirth leaving her Maram to look after her. The 2-year-old is being treated for pneumonia. Samantha Reinders for NPR hide caption

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A Gambian Nurse Fights Pain Without Pills

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Lust for Life Iggy Pop
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The Houston Astros' Roberto Osuna pitches against the New York Yankees during the American League Championship Series on Oct. 15. On Saturday night, the Astros' assistant general manager targeted a small cluster of female reporters with a profane defense of Osuna, who agreed to the equivalent of a restraining order after being accused in Canada of assaulting the mother of his child. Mike Stobe/Getty Images hide caption

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Astros Executive's Rant At Reporters Draws Firestorm On Eve Of Series

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Had To Hear Real Estate
Batidinha Antonio Carlos Jobim & Claus Ogerman

Officer Brian Cregg checks in with a man who says he is homeless and living in his car in Concord, N.H. In Concord, as in many parts of the Northeast, widespread use of meth is new, police say, and is changing how they approach interactions with people who seem to be delusional. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Is It A Meth Case Or Mental Illness? Police Who Need To Know Often Can't Tell

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