Tag: opioids

    Nan Goldin Isn’t Focused on the Sacklers Anymore

    On March 10, 2018, photographer and activist Nan Goldin led dozens of protestors to ...

    Fentanyl Batches I Have Known in Atlantic Canada

    Atlantic Canada often seems to get left out of discussions of our country’s ongoing ...

    Afghanistan’s “Forever” Drug War Has No End in Sight

    “It is time to end the forever war,” declared President Joe Biden. After 20 ...

    Drug Users Testify as MA Lawmakers Weigh Safe Consumption Sites

    On September 27, Massachusetts lawmakers invited members of the public to speak about safe ...

    Health Care Workers Need to Be Watching the Splintering Drug Supply

    In the summer of 2016, the synthetic cannabinoid “K2” burst into the drug landscape ...

    How Overdose Surged for Black People as It Held Steady for Whites

    As opioid-involved overdose fatalities were holding steady for most racial groups prior to the ...

    Rural Counties Awarded $78 Million through Opioid Response Program

    The federal government has allocated more than $80 million to combat the opioid-involved overdose ...