Gov. Hogan Announces $6.4 Million Federal Grant To Combat Opioid EpidemicMore than $6 million in federal grant money is coming to Maryland to help fight the opioid epidemic.
Carroll County Health Department Issues Alert After Overdose SpikeThe Carroll County Health Department has issued an overdose alert warning of a recent spike of overdoses in the county.
Maryland Democrats Announce Over $1M To Prevent Opioid Abuse In MarylandThree Maryland Democrats announced Monday that over $1 million in federal funding will be provided to prevent opioid misuse in rural communities throughout Maryland. 
Workgroup Releases 11 Recommendations For Combating Baltimore County's Opioid EpidemicBaltimore County is considering nearly a dozen recommendations to address the opioid epidemic as the county grapples with the second-highest opioid-related death rate in Maryland.
Trump Administration Tightens Opioid Prescriptions For FedsThe government's employee health plan will tighten its rules for covering prescription opioid painkillers starting this fall, the Trump administration said Monday.
Study Finds CBD Effective In Treating Heroin AddictionCannabidiol, the non-psychoactive ingredient in hemp and marijuana, could treat opioid addiction, a new study says.
'Alarming' Number Of People Received Restricted Fentanyl, Study SaysAn "alarming" number of US patients received a highly potent form of opioid that is 100 times more powerful than morphine and that they never should have been prescribed, according to a new study.
Amid Deepening Addiction Crisis, FDA Approves Powerful New Opioid DsuviaDespite the ongoing opioid crisis plaguing the nation, the US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a new opioid medication five to 10 times more powerful than fentanyl.
CareFirst Providing $2.1 Million In Grants To Help Fight Opioid Epidemic115 people die from opioid overdoses every day in the U.S. Maryland ranks fourth in the number of people addicted.
Baltimore Group Ask Residents To 'Drop Off Drugs' To Combat Opioid CrisisBaltimore residents were able to come and drop off prescription drugs and opioids from their medicine cabinets.
DEA Rolls Out New Strategy To Fight Opioids In BaltimoreTaking drugs and their sellers off the streets is a priority for law enforcement, but a new federal strategy is rolling out in Baltimore.