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‘Fourth wave’ of opioid epidemic crashes ashore, propelled by fentanyl and meth

‘Fourth wave’ of opioid epidemic crashes ashore, propelled by fentanyl and meth

Study reveals racial disparities in access to buprenorphine for opioid use disorder

Study reveals racial disparities in access to buprenorphine for opioid use disorder

California prison drug overdoses surge again after early treatment success

California prison drug overdoses surge again after early treatment success

New guidelines set safer standards for dental pain relief

New guidelines set safer standards for dental pain relief

Expert calls for harm reduction to address drug overdose crisis

Expert calls for harm reduction to address drug overdose crisis

Study says parents may overshoot fluoride toothpaste dose for toddlers, risking dental fluorosis

Study says parents may overshoot fluoride toothpaste dose for toddlers, risking dental fluorosis

Pitt secures $7.8 million grant to improve quality of care for patients with opioid use disorder

Pitt secures $7.8 million grant to improve quality of care for patients with opioid use disorder

Female sex hormone estradiol makes women more susceptible to cocaine addiction

Female sex hormone estradiol makes women more susceptible to cocaine addiction

Federal lawmakers take first steps toward oversight of $50 billion in opioid settlements

Federal lawmakers take first steps toward oversight of $50 billion in opioid settlements

Michigan disbands racial equity group as tension mounts over opioid settlement money

Michigan disbands racial equity group as tension mounts over opioid settlement money

Planning prompts show promise in improving prescribing safety

Planning prompts show promise in improving prescribing safety

Access to residential addiction treatment centers for U. S. adolescents is limited and costly

Access to residential addiction treatment centers for U. S. adolescents is limited and costly

Doctors are as vulnerable to addiction as anyone. California grapples with a response.

Doctors are as vulnerable to addiction as anyone. California grapples with a response.

The year in opioid settlements: 5 things you need to know

The year in opioid settlements: 5 things you need to know

Deep flaws in FDA oversight of medical devices, and patient harm, exposed in lawsuits and records

Deep flaws in FDA oversight of medical devices, and patient harm, exposed in lawsuits and records

Only 1 in 18 people with opioid use disorder get effective treatment after overdose

Only 1 in 18 people with opioid use disorder get effective treatment after overdose

‘They see a cash cow’: Corporations could consume $50 billion of opioid settlements

‘They see a cash cow’: Corporations could consume $50 billion of opioid settlements

Addiction stigma discourages many people from seeking treatment

Addiction stigma discourages many people from seeking treatment

Adolescent illicit drug use stays below pre-pandemic levels in 2023, survey finds

Adolescent illicit drug use stays below pre-pandemic levels in 2023, survey finds

Millions in opioid settlement funds sit untouched as overdose deaths rise

Millions in opioid settlement funds sit untouched as overdose deaths rise

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