To tackle the overdose epidemic, focusing on opioid prescriptions alone is not enough. New research shows that we’re missing opportunities to save thousands of lives.
Research has linked food insecurity to higher healthcare expenditures in adults, but the pattern among children isn't as clear.
A first-of-its kind study tests online vs. in-person anxiety treatments in children and teens, with an eye toward expanding access.
New findings suggest that the understudied medication naltrexone may lead to better short-term outcomes for some pregnant women with OUD and their babies.
Polysubstance use, psychiatric conditions, witnessing an overdose, and a lack of stable housing stand out as risk factors among people age 30 and under.