At least 130 people die every day in the United States from an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2017, a record year, two-thirds of the 72,000 drug overdose deaths were from opioids, and preliminary estimates signal the numbers will be even higher for 2018.
Claire NowakDec 31 Don’t worry, it’s not by much. oneinchpunch/ShutterstockThe thought of aging is a major stress factor for many people, perhaps even more so than the physical act of aging. If you are one of those people, brace yourself. Your head is actually aging faster than the rest of you. Before you freak out,… Read More »
For each day of January, we’ll spotlight a new story of physical and mental transformation. Click here for more. . After graduating from the academy, Aaron Lohman, 36, settled into his new job as a New York City cop—and packed on 140 pounds in 9 years. “I figured I didn’t need to worry about the… Read More »