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Five months after baseball player Tyler Skaggs died of an opioid overdose, Major League Baseball is changing its rules about drugs.
As part of a change in the Major League Baseball’s drug agreement, players testing positive for opioids would enter treatment and not be suspended.
The settlement is a part of a $700 million agreement between a U.K. company and a coalition of 50 states over the company's marketing...
Multiple drug companies have asked U.S. District Court Judge Dan Polster to recuse himself from overseeing national opioid litigation.
Officials with the New York Department of Health support that view that cannabis can provide a safer alternative to prescription opioids.
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