March 26, 2018

The ongoing myths and misconceptions about ‘accidental addiction’

Over at Reason, Jacob Sullum has written a much-needed corrective to the prevailing narrative about opioid addiction — that there is a widespread problem of “accidental […]
March 1, 2018

Let Cities Open Safe Injection Sites

By The Editorial Board An overdose is often a lonely way to die. Overdoses happen when a toxic amount of a drug, or a combination of […]
February 9, 2018

FDA declares popular alt-medicine kratom an opioid

The Food and Drug Administration declared the popular herbal product kratom to be an opioid on Tuesday, opening a new front in its battle to get […]
January 25, 2018

This new sobriety event series is anything but a buzzkill

Club Soda, a sober social movement, is encouraging people to drink less alcohol and feel great about it You can be sober and social. That’s the […]
January 2, 2018

What You Should Know Before You Say ‘Addiction Is a Choice’

They say: Addiction is a choice and you should just stop. I do not understand the belief held by some that one chooses to become addicted. If addiction […]
December 13, 2017

Excessive Holiday Drinking Isn’t Just Bad For Your Liver | HuffPost

The more we drink, the smaller our brains get. Really. If a visitor from another planet happened to stop by ours this December, it’s likely that […]