The Opioid Epidemic's Human Impact.
1: Ohio County Losing Its Young to Painkillers’ Grip.
2: Some Veterans on Painkillers at Special Risk, a Study Finds.
3: Heroin Epidemic Increasingly Seeps Into Public View.
4: A Death on Staten Island Highlights Heroin's Place in ‘Mainstream Society’.
5: Drug Deaths in America are Rising Faster Than Ever.
6: ‘The Pills are Everywhere’: How the Opioid Crisis Claims Its Youngest Victims.
7: The Bronx's Quiet, Brutal War with Opioids.
8: A Foster Child of the Opioid Epidemic.
9: The Opioid Crisis is Getting Worse — Particularly for Black Americans.
Ripple Effects: Opioids, Heroin and Other Drugs.
10: Prescription Painkillers Seen as a Gateway to Heroin.
11: Heroin Scourge Overtakes a ‘Quaint’ Vermont Town.
12: New York is a Hub in a Surging Heroin Trade.
13: Drug Linked to Ohio Overdoses Can Kill in Doses Smaller than a Snowflake.
14: The First Count of Fentanyl Deaths in 2016: Up 540% in Three Years.
15: Despite Trump's Pleas, China's Online Opioid Bazaar is Booming.
16: Fentanyl Adds Deadly Kick to Opioid Woes in Britain.
17: Meth, the Forgotten Killer, is Back. And It's Everywhere..
The Business of Addiction Treatment.
18: At Clinics, Tumultuous Lives and Turbulent Care.
19: Anti-Overdose Drug Becoming an Everyday Part of Police Work.
20: Naloxone Saves Lives, but is No Cure in Heroin Epidemic.
21: Haven for Recovering Addicts Now Profits From Their Relapses.
22: Study Finds Competing Opioid Treatments Have Similar Outcomes.
23: Opioid Addiction Knows No Color, but Its Treatment Does.
Overprescription: Cause of the Crisis?.
24: Tightening the Lid on Pain Prescriptions.
25: How Doctors Helped Drive the Addiction Crisis.
26: Doctors Will Play a Critical Role in the Opioid Epidemic.
27: With Overdoses on Rise, Cities and Counties Look for Someone to Blame.
The Response by Government and Law Enforcement.
28: In Annual Speech, Vermont Governor Shifts Focus to Drug Abuse.
29: A Call to Arms on a Vermont Heroin Epidemic.
30: In Heroin Crisis, White Families Seek Gentler War on Drugs.
31: Addiction Treatment Grew Under Health Law. Now What?.
32: Attorney General Orders Tougher Sentences, Rolling Back Obama Policy.
33: When Opioid Addicts Find an Ally in Blue.
34: White House Panel Recommends Declaring National Emergency on Opioids.
35: This Judge Has a Mission: Keep Defendants Alive.
36: Justice Dept. Backs High-Stakes Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers.
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