2018 saw all time low in OD deaths, but Ohioans has lost more than 1 million years of life to drugs since 2009.
The Buckeye State saw an average of about 40 pain pills per person distributed in the state each year from 2006 to 2012.
Detective: ‘Additional charges and arrests will result from this investigation’
If you want to know, here’s the truth.
Drug blamed for many overdose deaths in the U.S.
COLUMBUS — A plan by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) to phase out coverage for Oxycontin and its generic form by the end of the year begins today.
Norwalk Elks members talk about drug-related peer pressure, immediate addiction.
Edison juniors and “It Takes a Village” panelists share how addiction has impacted their lives.
Quick Response Team making 2 overdose-related visits weekly; details revealed about Huron County’s inclusion in $65 million addition study.
Large federal grant awarded to OSU and partner schools.
‘Farm to Table’ takes place tonight at at Bierkeller Pub & Restaurant.
USDA offers funding to address opioid misuse in rural communities.
The Facing Project will show faces of mental illness, addiction, recovery and stigma Thursday.
Milan and Berlin Heights police chiefs join Erie County sheriff in Edison classroom, answering questions for two hours.
“The biggest risk is relapse and this can kill.”