The worst wave of the overdose crisis is here and it’s drugs worse than fentanyl you’ve likely never heard of.
The letters are a response to cases where dealers are charged and sentenced like murderers when their customers overdose.
A Vancouver harm-reduction organization is selling powder fentanyl capsules at street prices to stop overdoses.
The sentence is an “absurd” example of how Black people continue to be punished more harshly in the war on drugs, experts and users said.
In Philadelphia, the animal tranquilizer xylazine has infiltrated the opioid supply, and it's been linked to horrific wounds and amputations.
To stop overdoses, the British Columbia government is providing fentanyl patches and pills to people using street drugs.
Students had to walk through an OxiClean solution and the school was shut down for a dayslong cleanup—measures addictions experts say don’t make sense.
A scene showing a character refusing OxyContin after surgery is further stigmatizing people who use opioids for pain, experts say.
Mayor London Breed thinks more cops on the streets will solve San Francisco’s drug problem, ignoring all of history.
As the overdose crisis rages, access to methadone and buprenorphine remains hindered by bureaucracy and stigma.
New York opened the only supervised injection sites in the U.S. Tuesday, and already two lives have been saved. Here’s what else to expect.
The sites open as more than 100,000 Americans died in a one-year period due to fatal overdoses.