Drug overdoses rose 30% last year; binge drinking did too. So in the battle of alcohol vs drugs, which is really killing more Americans?
Back in 2014, overdoses from synthetic opioids like fentanyl shot up like one of Elon Musk’s rockets. They’ve been hovering up there in space ever since.
Seroquel may not quite be in vogue anymore, but it continues to be abused in alarming numbers. The anti-psychotic also continues to be prescribed for an incomprehensible array of off-label uses — often to disastrous effect. If you’re thinking about making a date with the deceptively alluring Susie Q, please think again.
Of all the laws going into effect this new year, few are more forward-looking than Oregon’s Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act. Voted into being as Measure 110, it flips the script on drug addiction and opts for treatment rather than criminalization. What is the Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act? Perhaps the best way to sum up the Drug…
Once upon another time, Ed Kressy couldn’t have cared less about being sober, let alone feeling frozen sober. Yet this year he travelled clear across the country in order to find out what it feels like to be just that. Before you break out the applause though, bear in mind that the man Kressy joined jumps into the Atlantic each…