“We should be very concerned that many overdoses are unrecognized suicide attempts,” said one expert.
“This is just not what happens to a person on a cross,” said a forensic investigator.
“It means that there's light at the end of the tunnel,” said one addiction expert. Opioid deaths are still on the rise, however.
“I call him Lord Voldemort,” conservation lawyer Bill Snape said about Kavanaugh.
Only about 25 people in the world — all girls — have been reported with this genetic syndrome.
The Endangered Species Act could be the first environmental issue to take the stage on a Kennedy-less court.
The space telescope, which will unfold a tennis court–sized observation mirror a million miles from Earth, was intended to launch in 2013.
The astronaut is being examined for mental competency as part of a lawsuit for control of his legacy. “It's the saddest thing that ever happened in my family,” he said.
A new report surveyed the 12 largest marketplaces on the Dark Web and found thousands of offerings for opioid painkillers and psychedelic drugs.
“This is an extremely high price for these children to pay who have done nothing wrong,” said a child health expert.
“No data, no dice,” said one expert about claims that enemies of the US are attacking diplomats with sound. Another called it the “Sonic Attack Scare.”
Scott Pruitt is under fire from Democrats for trying to get a Chick-fil-A franchise and a conference-organizing gig for his wife.
“The basic idea is to create doubts in people’s minds, whether about Big Agriculture, or chemtrails, or anything else.”
The theory "cannot be taken seriously," one expert said.
The Justice Served Act, which just passed in the House, says that at least 5% of federal money set aside for testing rape kits should go toward prosecuting cold cases.
President Trump promised to lower drug costs through more generic drugs, improved Medicare rules, and less “foreign freeloading” on US companies’ research.
Fentanyl is turning up in heroin and cocaine, but most users don’t want it. And dealers “can’t make a living by killing off their customers.”
Some critics denounced the appointment of the TV doctor as giving a platform to junk science.
“These are hard conversations to have with patients — to tell them that opioids are not really helping your pain,” one doctor said.
Cocaine deaths rose 52% between 2015 and 2016. A BuzzFeed News analysis shows the role of fentanyl in this staggering trend.