Experts say people who are recovering from substance use are facing serious relapse issues during the coronavirus shelter-in-place orders.
‘What a Father Learned After Losing Both Sons to Drug Overdoses,’ an interview with author Steve Grant, prompted readers to relate their experiences
The opioid addiction crisis was a hot topic in the last presidential primary. Not so much today, even though people are still dying.
The opioid crisis has taken too many lives. As the number of deaths from opioid misuse and abuse increases, it has become too easy to lose sight of those who have been impacted by the seemingly unstoppable epidemic. As a registered nurse, I know there are a number of things we can do to change this outlook, which for me, hits close to home.
The number one reason Americans Today seek medical attention is pain, according to the National Institute of Health. In fact, pain is a more common condition than diabetes, heart disease an cancer combined.
What happened to Jerlanne Rojas? A new detective squad tried to find the dealers who sold her deadly drugs in the Bronx, which has one of the highest overdose rates in the nation.