OPIOID EPIDEMIC

Fewer people are dying from taking fentanyl by itself this year in New Hampshire than last but more are being killed by mixing it with other drugs...

A new legislative session comes with new “solutions” to the addiction crisis. More policy will be implemented, more money will be spent and we will...

The number of drug overdose deaths declined in New Hampshire in 2018 for the second year in a row as the state’s efforts against the continuing...

A report released on Tuesday from the University of New Hampshire is shining a light on those living in the shadows of the state’s opioid epidemic:...

The mask Rekha Luther used to conceal her opioid addiction has slowly lifted. Now, she recognizes how she hid behind her infectious smile and...

Five months after a father of three fatally overdosed in a Concord hotel room, authorities have arrested two women in connection with his death...

Two people found unconscious in a car in the Concord Walmart parking lot Saturday with a 4-year-old in the backseat had overdosed on what appeared...

Eighty-eight local, state and federal law enforcement agencies executed one of the largest ever drug sweeps Thursday in the Granite State that...

A digital tool that uses patients’ medical histories to help predict whether they are susceptible to opioid overdoses has been approved for use in...

If the Pembroke family’s story, as told by reporter Katharine Seelye in Sunday’s New York Times, was a movie, it would be too painful to watch...

The benefits of naloxone are clear by now. The medication – often known by one of its brand names, Narcan – has assisted thousands of heroin users...

Locking up 21-year-old Concord resident Spencer Grayson, perhaps for life, will do little to stop the opioid epidemic that last year claimed 485...

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