Nadir in use was reported in 1992, with partial recovery through 2008 and substantial increases thereafter

Significant increases reported in frequency, size of seizures across all regions of the United States

Term is often cited in cases involving excessive force by police

Court is asking the parties to show whether bankruptcy law allows for a blanket shield from all litigation by opioid victims

New rules would require insurers to assess if customers have the same medical and mental health benefits and fix any disparities if they do not

Man who sold fentanyl to a 15-year-old girl who died of an overdose last summer has been convicted of second-degree murder

Reduced risk seen for all CVD events, respiratory system disease events, hospitalization due to CVD or RSD, adverse birth outcomes

No impact on receipt of opioid or nonopioid pain treatment seen among patients with chronic noncancer pain

Court declined to review a federal appeals court ruling that found people with gender dysphoria were entitled to protections under the Americans With Disabilities Act

Judge contends law discriminates against transgender people and violates the constitutional rights of doctors