Did Archaeologists Discover Evidence of Ancient Drug Trade?
Archaeologists running tests on juglets found in Cyprus may have discovered the earliest evidence of human use of opiates, as well as pharmaceutical marketing.
How Rudy Giuliani Squashed Florida’s Opioid Investigation
The settlement President Trump’s lawyer helped secure for his firm in Florida is drawing new scrutiny—and mixed opinions.
Here’s What You Need To Know About The Rise of Fentanyl
President Trump recently blamed China for sending the drug to the U.S. But there’s much more to the scourge killing Americans than politics.
Rival Opioid Makers Used the OxyContin Panic to Cash In
Painkillers such as fentanyl were marketed as safer than the Purdue Pharma drug, even as they left their own trail of overdose deaths.
Safe Injection for Opioid Addicts Work—but the U.S. Has Zero
Critics argue these sites promote drug use. That fear couldn’t be further from the truth.
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Republicans, Your Voters Are on Drugs. Please Help Them.
The opioid crisis is worse in red America. Finally, Congress is doing... something. But it’s not close to enough.
How the Koch Brothers Are Fighting the Opioid Crisis
The conservative financiers have put millions behind Phoenix, a network of gyms located in the heart of the epidemic.