Op-Ed: The Pandemic Has No Franklin Roosevelt

By Mike McQuillan “What’s your sense of how long this will last, till I get a haircut and garden role,” a friend asked as our dogs played in rain.

START Participates in University of Buffalo Study to Determine How Methadone Doses Could be More Precise

In the 50 years since the discovery of methadone, not much has changed in how physicians prescribe the drug to treat opioid-use disorders from Harlem to Hollis.

A Traumatic Childhood Could Make Heart Disease As An Adult More Likely

While researchers have found how consumers’ diets or sleeping habits can increase their risk for heart disease, a new study conducted by researchers from Northwestern University explored what effect childhood circumstances can have on Continue Reading →