The FDA has a key role to play in combating America's overdose epidemic, but advocacy groups debate whether it's doing enough.
A new major report finds that laws around medication for opioid addiction aren't based in science.
Overdoses on opioid drugs—including heroin, prescription painkillers, and certain street drugs—were the top cause of unintentional, preventable deaths in the United States in 2017.
A new study asks if insurance policies discourage the overprescribing of opioids and encourage proven alternative pain treatments.
Officials hope to curb overdoses that they think are caused by the overprescription of opioid painkillers to chronic pain patients.
The ads capture attention and may help spread awareness. But will they change how anyone acts?
After the 2014 rule change, sales of prescription painkillers went up among U.S. sellers on dark Web marketplaces.
It's not just a few bad apples.