Are the concepts themselves up for debate? Do they require certain treatments, or abstinence from everything? It's complicated! And new ways of thinking are changing the conversation.
Preparedness, education and compassion: One addiction expert shares her insights into saving lives and grappling with trauma, on International Overdose Awareness Day.
A critical medication for preventing opioid overdose deaths will now be available on store shelves nationwide, no prescription needed.
The headlines are sensational, but many victims use fentanyl unknowingly and die quietly. Peter Attia hosts a Texas sheriff's deputy on his podcast to learn how we got here and what we can do.
The news may sometimes sensationalize this powerful synthetic opioid, but around two-thirds of all overdose deaths in the U.S. involve fentanyl — and many people take it without even knowing.
The "Last Week Tonight" host dedicated a segment to the latest tools and programs that aim to keep people who use drugs safe. Plus: how you can help.
In this video, people who use drugs, people in recovery, and harm reduction professionals impart advice to health professionals caring for people who use drugs.
One size doesn’t fit all: In recent decades, effective alternatives to AA and NA have been providing different roads to recovery from addiction.