Only a small percentage of people who survived an opioid overdose in West Virginia received some form of addiction treatment in the next year, according to a new analysis. Experts say the findings underscore a national disconnect.
She had pushed a three-inch sewing needle into her heart some time ago, and the damage was starting to show.
“Every dose of buprenorphine consumed is at least a dose of heroin not getting consumed, if not several.”
Undocumented immigrants often can't get routine dialysis for kidney failure and have to wait until their condition is critical to receive emergency care. A new study found that seeing these patients suffer is distressing for doctors.
New numbers shed light on opioid-related hospitalizations as the overdose death toll continues to rise
This is both good and bad news for kids of color.
A new study that examines the medical bills incurred by privately insured women who received emergency room care for rape offers a snapshot of just how expensive sexual assault can be.
After seeing the onset of the biggest drug safety crisis of our lifetime from inside a hospital, Ira Price thinks embracing medical marijuana is a vital step forward.