Drugs + Money

    How 12-Step Programs Became Embedded in US Hospitals

    When I first went through treatment for an alcohol problem back in the 1990s, ...

    The Pfizer Naloxone Shortage Ends, Leaving Us With Just the Regular One

    [Read Filter‘s August 1 story introducing Remedy Alliance’s naloxone distribution here.]   In the ...

    Dire Harm Reduction Funding Gap for Lower-Income Countries Is Growing

    Last year, Harm Reduction International (HRI) released a report that found funding for harm ...

    Tobacco Bans in Our Prisons Are Rich Pickings for Me—and the COs

    The first time the Georgia Department of Corrections tried to go tobacco-free was 1994. ...

    DEA’s Rx Drug Take Back Day Branded Fun for All the Family

    The worst thing I’ve seen suggested at one of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s biannual ...

    One Drug Dominates Our Prison’s Supply. We Don’t Know What It Is.

    During the pandemic, the Michigan Department of Corrections suspended all Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, “substance ...

    FDA Authorizes Logic Vapes as “Appropriate for the Protection of Public Health”

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized several tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn devices ...

    Are Business Interests Shaping Oregon’s Psilocybin Regulations?

    A top adviser to the Oregon state government on its legal psilocybin therapy program ...