By Katie Bain
Recently I found myself, along with a bag of bike tubes, coconut water and some of the more flamboyant items of clothing that I own, out in Norco, California covering every interior surface of a Fleetwood Jamboree with protective plastic wrap. But on my Burning Man adventure I otherwis ... More >>
Not too long after data came out questioning whether America might be addicted to painkillers, additional details have been released about New York City's pill popping.
From 2008 to 2010, prescriptions for opioid analgesics surged 22 percent, according to The Associated Press (via CBS).
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And now for some sad-making stats as we near the end of the week.
Recent Associated Press reports suggest that America is really drugged up on prescription opioids -- and New York is certainly no exception.
Receipts for two most popular painkiller scripts -- oxycodone and hydrocodone -- boomed fr ... More >>
Comes now the classic Pulitzer-bait multi-part epic from the New York Times, a deep look at the folks living on a single cul-de-sac in Southern California as they weather a housing bust in a deep recession. The series, which currently has no end in sight, is modestly tagged "Beth Court" and inclu ... More >>