With some 2 million Americans hooked on opioids, evidence is growing that they're not as good a choice for treating chronic pain as once thought. Drug companies are working on alternatives, but have had little success.
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A Davenport man pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree burglary after police say he jumped over the counter of a Walgreens pharmacy and took 9…
FRIDAY, March 10, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Prescription drug abuse has seeped into the American workplace, with 70 percent of businesses saying it affects their workers, a new survey reveals.
A Davenport man was arrested early Monday after police say he jumped over the counter of a Walgreens pharmacy and took 940 hydromorphone pills.
Any cop or coroner will attest: The spike in opioid abuse is killing Americans of every race and background.
DES MOINES — Overdose deaths in Iowa from heroin and other opioid drugs more than doubled in the decade from 2005 to 2015, and treatment admis…