Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of Oxycontin, is exploring the idea of bankruptcy to protect itself from over a thousand lawsuits filed across the country blaming them, in part, for the opioid addiction crisis that has claimed thousands of lives in states across the US.
The manufacturer of Oxycontin, as well as the Sackler family that controls the majority of the company, say they are under duress due to the massive litigation they face by counties, cities, and states. They have been repeated...
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More than 3,000 people rallied, ran and walked in Old New Castle, Delaware last Saturday morning to raise awareness for what organizers say is the public health crisis of this generation.
People have been dying from opioid and cocaine cocktails regularly since 2010, but there hasn’t been much reporting on it.
Over the past decade, an alarming number of people have begun to consume drugs like Spice, K2, and synthetic marijuana.
Over the past several years, the media has paid a lot of attention to the opioid epidemic, without noting another silent killer: the over-prescription of benzodiazepines. Benzos prescriptions such as Klonopin, Xanax, and Ativan, used primarily to help with anxiety disorders, have been rising steadily. Research shows they are increasingly prescribed for off-label use, without regards to their addictive properties.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), more than 30 percent o...
A nonprofit organization named Safehouse has drawn fire from federal prosecutors, who have finally made good on their threats of taking action to shut it down.
A new hallucinogenic drug known as “Monkey Dust” has been found in Europe and Australia. Officials say it’s a potent offshoot of methamphetamine – but cheaper and with psychoactive components.