Self-injury mortality, albeit by suicide or lethal intoxication, spans a continuum that represents two sides of the same coin.
More American drivers are dying in drug-related car crashes than they are from collisions involving just alcohol.
First fallacy: the mere existence of an opioid pill is why there is a crisis. Finding solutions requires proper identification of a problem. The time is now for the public narrative to follow suit.
A new study details the call burden on U.S. Poison Control Centers of both unintentional and intentional exposures to medications used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Just substitute the substance and read why it's the same story, just a different day.