Under Pressure From Opioid Lawsuits, One Pain Research Society Considers Bankruptcy
The enormous opioid lawsuits across the nation are affecting pain science too.
Opioids, Renewable Energy, and Fireballs: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Doctors are caught in an illicit opioid scheme, Washington State moves toward renewable energy, and a fireball lights up the Mid-Atlantic.
Here's What's Wrong With How U.S. Doctors Respond to Painkiller Misuse
Too often, Americans with painful medical conditions who misuse pain pills like Oxycontin are denied further treatment and even prosecuted. There are more effective, enlightened responses—as the U.K. has shown for decades.