What We Can Learn From a Tiny Baltic Country's Two-Decade Fentanyl Crisis
A look at the opioid problem in Estonia suggests that in some parts of the U.S. and Canada, fentanyl is likely to replace heroin for good. The country's experience also offers a few workable solutions.
What Happens When a 'Progressive' Democrat Refuses to Help People with Addiction
If New York's Governor Cuomo doesn’t sign these laws, he is literally condemning hundreds of people to die for the sake of insurance-company greed.
The Bankruptcy Money From the Makers of Oxycontin Might Actually Save Lives
Grassroots addiction groups could get tens of millions of dollars and start a long-overdue revolution in the way we care for and treat drug problems in the U.S.