A gender-targeted approach to harm reduction and drug treatment could help close the gaps between how male and female drug users can work toward recovery.
A new major report finds that laws around medication for opioid addiction aren't based in science.
The maker of the potent painkiller Oxycontin discussed how the sale of opioids and the treatment of opioid addiction were "naturally linked."
Google began notifying addiction treatment providers last week that they're allowed to buy ads on the search engine's results pages.
Normally trade groups lobby for less government oversight, but not in this case.
Managed alcohol programs, which provide homeless alcoholics with housing and small amounts of booze, may seem counterintuitive, but they fit squarely within a philosophy of addiction treatment known as harm reduction—and they're working.