The Bizarre, Addictive Antidepressant Being Sold at Gas Stations

Known as ZaZa, Pegasus and ‘gas station heroin,’ tianeptine is easy to get your hands on and almost impossible to quit

How Did Fentanyl Find Its Way to America’s Heartland?

No one seems to want the synthetic opioid, yet it kills more people each year than all other street drugs. Who is responsible for its rapid spread?

The ‘Pill Man’ Wants You to Ask Questions About Your Prescriptions

A man and his skeleton made of pill bottles are on a mission to educate us about the dangers of opioids

There’s Hope for the Opioid Crisis — But Politics Stands in the Way

America’s other, decades-long epidemic rages on. Here’s what’s blocking a ‘literal life-saver’ in a system that punishes addicts