The gleaming white booth towered over the medical conference in Italy in October, advertising a new brand of antidote for opioid overdoses. “Be prepared. Get naloxone. Save a life,” the slogan on its said.
Even when they were in recovery from addiction, they were afraid to tell their stories. It was a struggle seven years ago, as more people started to die during the heroin and prescription-painkiller epidemic,
KAPURTHALA, India (AP) — Reports rolled in with escalating urgency — pills seized by the truckload, pills swallowed by schoolchildren, pills in the pockets of dead terrorists. These pills, the world has
TORONTO — New provincial data shows more than 400 Ontarians died from opioid overdoses during the first three months of this year. Public Health Ontario has released updated statistics that indicate people