Overdose deaths declined in 2018 in the commonwealth, but experts project a record number of drug fatalities by year’s end. Read more


A report shows that Virginia anticipates more people will seek treatment for opioid use, and it has the resources available to serve them. Read more


Virginia’s sole recovery high school closes a year after relocating. Read more


Overdose drug deaths are projected to decline in Virginia in 2018 for the first time since 2012. Read more


Discussing sex, booze and drugs with your teens Read more


McShin Academy offers substance abuse treatment for teens close to home. Read more


The tragic loss of a son to opioids has a VCU oral surgeon advocating for change in how doctors administer painkillers, plus more of the week's health news. Read more


Drug overdoses continue to rise in Virginia — but at a slower rate, plus more of the week's health news. Read more


A family of users wrestles with the opioid epidemic. Read more


A VCU poll shows Virginians favor treatment over incarceration for drug addicts, Top Docs voting is now open, plus the week's health news. Read more


After months of working together on their sobriety, eight men find hope again Read more

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A Richmond artist has developed a series of infertility support cards so you can show you care to friends dealing with the pressures of trying to become pregnant, plus other health and medical news of the week. Read more

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Ken Penn

From stage actress to pioneering priest, a life filled with transformation, illness and mortality Read more

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