Through the first nine months of this year, New Hampshire has already counted almost as many heroin overdose deaths as all of 2013
A JetBlue pilot was one of six people arrested by Boston Police in a drug deal near Boston Common over the weekend.
New research from Mass General Hospital shows there may be something addictive about UV radiation.
There are no easy solutions, but steps are being taken to combat the state’s drug overdose epidemic.
BOSTON (CBS) – Over-prescribing drugs, or, making too many of them? In this segment of her series, “Heroin: from Prescription to Addiction,” WBZ’s Mary Blake examines responsibility, and blame. Dr. Ron Dunlap is Past President […]
An addict’s desperation can often lead to crime. WBZ’s Mary Blake takes a look at the victims.
One day at a time. One better choice at a time. One human life at a time. That’s how a recovery coach, and former addict now views the world.
According to the DEA, heroin remains the current illicit drug of choice largely due to pricing on the street.
Members of law enforcement agree that you cannot “arrest your way out” of the current drug addiction epidemic, but they will still take “the wins” when they can.
The illegal drug market in the U.S. is estimated to be between $400 and $500 billion a year, and that’s on the conservative side. In part 7 of her week-long series, WBZ’s Mary Blake has a dealer’s perspective.