The times, they are a-changin’.
The Surgeon General urges more Americans to carry naloxone to help combat opioid overdoses.
A recovered addict shares his story in hopes of killing the stigma surrounding the deadly disease.
Drugs, alcohol and suicide are the primary factors in the recent decline in the life expectancy of Americans.
A West Virginia town is just one example of overprescribing, a leading contributor to America’s ever-growing opioid epidemic.
VR technology is beginning to revolutionize the medical field by providing acute and chronic pain relief in the clinical and hospital setting, and working to expand treatment into patients’ homes. As the technology improves, this may have a tremendous impact on the opioid crisis, decreasing patients’ needs for prescription painkillers.
Foster care placements have increased for the fourth year in a row, in large part to parental drug abuse.
Are we back to “Just Say No?”