Use + Harm Reduction

    WHO Decides Tobacco Harm Reduction Talks Can Wait Until 2023

    Despite 8 million annual smoking-related deaths, the World Health Organization (WHO) seems to have ...

    Will Missouri’s Opioid Settlement Payout Mean Much for Harm Reduction?

    At least 1,921 Missourians died of opioid-involved overdose in 2020, an increase of almost ...

    “Alarmingly High” Number of US Doctors Think Nicotine Causes Cancer

    More than 75 percent of US physicians wrongly believe that nicotine directly contributes to ...

    World Hepatitis Day 2021 Platforms a Crisis That “Can’t Wait”

    Since 2018, the World Hepatitis Alliance has promoted World Hepatitis Day—July 28—with the hashtag ...

    Mexico Supreme Court Nixes Import Ban on “Heat-Not-Burn” Harm Reduction Products

    On July 16, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that heated tobacco products (HTP), sometimes known ...

    What International Drug Users Remembrance Day Means to Me

    Today, International Drug Users Remembrance Day, is one day among all the others when ...

    The Pernicious Myth of Fentanyl-Laced Cannabis

    A recent Washington Post piece on the ever-worsening increase in drug poisoning deaths has ...

    Vancouver Activists Hand Out Drugs, Demand Better Safe Supply Options

    On July 14 Jean Swanson, a city councillor of Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), helped ...