We need more and better methods of disposing of dangerously addictive drugs before they wind up in the wrong hands and causing more pain.
“Painkiller,” Netflix’s propulsive limited series about the opioid crisis in the U.S., stokes outrage in the best possible way.
It further complicates the fight against the opioid crisis—with deadly consequences for some.
The Bluegrass State thinks the hallucinogenic drug ibogaine could help stop opioids from ravaging its communities.
The new Amazon Prime Video series takes aim at Big Pharma with aplomb. But one unforgettable scene dares us to reconsider our allegiances.
The FDA is about to make a big decision that could unleash easy access to a life-saving drug. It may finally turn the tides in the fight against the opioid crisis.
“A Good Person,” the new addiction drama directed by Zach Braff and starring his ex Florence Pugh, is unexpectedly nuanced and worthwhile—despite Braff’s polarizing track record.