The designation is reserved for drugs that have a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical benefits.
A Massachusetts woman found to have violated her terms of probation by relapsing on fentanyl is at the center of a debate that’s said to impact future cases regarding how we define substance use disorder.
A new study by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency underscores the changing nature of the nation’s overdose crisis and the diminishing role played by opioid painkillers.
A new type of painkiller may offer effective pain relief without the side effects or risk of overdose.
A woman who became addicted to a fentanyl spray that she used for chronic pain is now suing the makers
New data shows that fatal drug overdoses have nearly tripled in the U.S. and that opioids are largely responsible for
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