A Promising Meth Addiction Treatment Uses Two Widely Available Medications
Perceived lack of treatment stigmatizes meth abuse, particularly among LGBTQ people; while the medications aren't a cure-all, they present a step forward.
By 19, I Was Addicted to Gaming. This Is How It Ruined My Life
As the UK's first publicly-funded clinic for gaming disorders opens, we explore the truth beyond sensationalist headlines.
The Tragic Story of How an Addiction Podcast Grew into a Recovery Community
After the overdose death of a ‘Dopey Podcast’ host, a founder shares the show’s unlikely path to popularity.
Why Canada's approach to cannabis research is flawed
Scientists say the Liberal government's focus on "minimizing harm" is creating a funding backlog
People Are Sticking Needles in Their Ears to Treat Addiction
Acudetox is finding its place in a small but growing number of addiction treatment centers around the country.
Two towns hit hard by opioids are taking opposite paths to recovery
In the heart of opioid country, two police departments approach the problem in drastically different ways.
Trudeau doubles down on refusal to decriminalize all drugs
He made the remarks after touring Vancouver’s drug-ravaged downtown east side.
This is How Ontario Plans to Fight the Opioid Crisis
Measures include improving access to Suboxone, more chronic pain clinics and a new 'provincial overdose coordinator' to track deaths better
A 20-Year-Old Went to Rehab and Came Home in a Body Bag
Ted Jacques enrolled his son, Brandon, in what he thought was the "best treatment center money could buy." Two months later, Brandon was dead.