war on drugs

Almost every week, reports appear in the local news describing how police officers, exposed to fentanyl in the air or by contact, lose cons
The recent investigative article in the Washington Post about the devastation that illegal fentanyl has brought to the US was clearly an enormously
"In my mind, what the DEA [Drug Enforcement Administration] is essentially doing is telling a diabetic who's been on insulin for 20 years that they no longer need insulin and they should be cured.
As I have written on numerous occasions, most recently here, the opioid overdose crisis was never caused by doctors “
As if our never-ending war on drugs hasn't already done enough damage (1), children are now in the cross-hairs.
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last January that drug overdoses in 2018 declined by 4.1 percent–from 70,237 in 2017 to 67,367&n
ACSH friend Dr. Vanila Singh, the former Chief Medical Officer for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S.
It is no secret that narcotic abuse mostly oxycodone and hydrocodone (the ingredients in Percocet and Vicodin
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