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Putting Recovery On The Map

10-03-16 | By Nadia Sheikh

The History of Opioids in America: Pain Patients or Prescription Addictions?

How can we prevent overdose deaths from prescription opioids, while still protecting the right to quality healthcare for chronic pain patients? There’s heated controversy surrounding the issue lately. Despite the rising death toll from prescription opioid overdoses, many patient advocates maintain that no restrictions should be placed on doctors and pain clinics. Some comment that … Continued


08-09-16 | By Nadia Sheikh

Deadly Carfentanil: 100 Times Stronger than Fentanyl

Another synthetic opioid is wreaking havoc throughout several communities in the United States: carfentanil. It’s a drug that dealers are now mixing with much weaker heroin, or passing off as heroin. Though carfentanil has just begun to appear on the streets within the past few months, it has already been connected to hundreds of overdoses … Continued


07-11-16 | By Nadia Sheikh

Death Without Detox: Opiate & Opioid Withdrawal in U.S. Jails

The U.S. Heroin Epidemic We hear stories on the news daily about the nation’s heroin epidemic. There are countless stories of people, from all socio-economic and demographic groups, dying from heroin or opioid overdoses—more than the number of people dying in motor vehicle crashes each year. More and more celebrities are getting publicity for their … Continued