The drug crisis touches every aspect of Americans’ lives, with the workplace being no exception, a new study shows.
Presidential contender Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) floated a proposal Wednesday to combat America’s ever-growing overdose crisis.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has backed or proposed plans during her 2020 presidential campaign that total up to $129 trillion in spending over the next 10 years, a Washington Free Beacon analysis shows.
Deaths attributable to cocaine and methamphetamine rose significantly in 2017, and look to have continued to go up in 2018, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows.
Purdue Pharma, the embattled makers of the now infamous painkiller OxyContin, have made several key moves in the past week in response to the ever-mounting wave of litigation they now face.
People’s Republic of China officials said Monday that they would finally add fentanyl and its analogs to its lists of controlled substances, hopefully striking a blow against illegal distribution of the synthetic drug from China to the United States.
A Minnesota bill seeking to establish an Opioid Stewardship Fund doesn’t address the root cause of the opioid crisis – the illegal sale of narcotics – and will only increase costs to taxpayers, insurance companies and their customers, critics argue. And while well-intentioned, it potentially could drive pharmaceutical companies out of the state, they say.
Federal law enforcement officials announced Tuesday the arrest of 61 dark net drug vendors as part of Operation SaboTor, the second take down by the Joint Criminal Opioid and Darknet Enforcement (J-CODE).
In 2016, a group of national health experts asked the Obama administration to declare a national public health emergency in response to spiking fentanyl deaths, but were ignored, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.