“The pandemic has just poured fuel on the fire of the overdose epidemic,” one expert said.
Jail Time For An “Imaginary Crime”: It’s Almost Impossible To Overdose Just By Touching Fentanyl, But People Are Being Locked Up For It Anyway
“People should not be in jail for imaginary crimes,” one expert said.
New York City's New Overdose Prevention Centers Have Already Saved Lives. The Biden Administration Should Get On Board.
We are New York district attorneys and health officials. Here’s why New York City is opening sites for people to safely use drugs.
The US was already grappling with an epidemic of opioid overdoses. People in recovery say the coronavirus outbreak has made getting treatment a nightmare.
A Former Heroin Addict's Popular Instagram Account Is Trying To Fight The Opioid Epidemic With Humor
“I think one thing recovery has taught me is to accept that I have an off-color sense of humor.”
Little Falls, Minnesota, didn’t do anything revolutionary. They just made a real effort — and spent real money — treating addiction as a disease, not a crime.
Native Americans in Minnesota are six times more likely to die of an overdose than white residents — the widest race-based disparity of any US state.
US officials say China has been cooperating with US efforts to curb fentanyl production.
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50-year-olds are dying from overdoses of prescription painkillers, while heroin is claiming more people in their 20s.