Opioids are killing tens of thousands more people than we thought, study finds

Public health officials overlooked more than 70,000 opioid-linked deaths from 1999 to 2015, according to the study.


Opioids are killing too many people to autopsy all the bodies

Medical examiners across the U.S. are scrambling to keep up with the surge of bodies.


Coroners Might Be Hiding the Truth About Overdose Deaths

Deaths aren’t always ruled as overdoses, even when they are.


New Zealanders May Soon Find it Harder To Talk About Suicide

The planned merger of emergency and non-urgent telephone hotlines may see people at high-risk of suicide face more barriers to finding help, and cut jobs in the process.