Like other people with substance use disorders, the pandemic has tested me. On the other side of my relapse, however, I found an identity I’d been looking for.
Incarcerating people for drug misuse doesn’t prevent overdoses or deaths, but it does keep families apart and people with substance use disorder from getting treatment.
Deaths from drug overdoses increased in more than two-thirds of states last year. And the coronavirus pandemic could make it worse.
President Donald Trump is back to spreading misinformation about how to combat the coronavirus and the credibility of Dr. Anthony Fauci.
A consumer group called it “an outrage” because of the amount taxpayers invested toward the drug's development.
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday announced it was revoking emergency authorization of two malaria drugs touted by President Trump as a possible “‘game changer”’ in the fight against COVID-19.
Here’s how the Kalamazoo facility is showcasing progress and leadership in combating the coronavirus pandemic.