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2015/04/26 13:59
2015/04/26 13:59
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Heroin seems to be everywhere. Its local presence grew when four users overdosed “at the same time” in the Stump Sound area early this year, Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller said. “One of them did...
2015/04/26 13:59
2015/04/26 13:59
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2015/04/26 08:10
2015/04/26 08:10
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Michael Botticelli, deputy director, Office of National Drug Control Policy, listens while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington on Feb. 4, 2014 before the House Government Operations subcommittee...
2015/04/25 01:08
2015/04/25 01:08
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By the time John finished college, his life was a shambles and he knew it. The 23-year-old Greenwich resident, who asked that his last name not be used, became addicted to pain pills while at school....
2015/04/24 21:21
2015/04/24 21:21
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How your THOUGHTS can fuel brain tumours: Scientists reveal how cancer hijacks the process of thinking Scientists found that tumours hijack a process known as myelination Process insulates nerve...
2015/04/24 16:52
2015/04/24 16:52
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A 1999 report from the Institute of Medicine, which is part of the National Academy of Sciences, laid out this issue clearly (see pages 100-101): “In the sense that marijuana use typically precedes...
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2015/04/24 16:21
2015/04/24 16:21
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Updated: 04/24/2015 11:15 AM Created: 04/24/2015 11:06 AM KSTP.com By: Morgan Wolfe A new mural in Minneapolis sheds light to a social media campaign that wants to prevent young adults from using...
2015/04/23 19:25
2015/04/23 19:25
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Emergency departments at Lehigh Valley hospitals are seeing a rash of overdoses among synthetic marijuana users. Dr. Kenneth Katz, a medical toxicologist with the Lehigh Valley Health Network, has...
2015/04/23 18:06
2015/04/23 18:06
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A dangerous strain of synthetic marijuana, known on the streets as "K2" or "Spice," recently has led to the hospitalization of several people, according to the York County District Attorney's...
2015/04/21 21:25
2015/04/21 21:25
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Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute announced Tuesday that they've received a pair of grants worth a total of $3.8 million to fund a five-year study of brain mechanisms that suppress relapses...
2015/04/21 18:22
2015/04/21 18:22
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You may feel as though everything you and she have done about the addiction has been in vain. Naturally, you want to help support the addict so she/he can regain her health and get back to life as it...
2015/04/21 17:46
2015/04/21 17:46
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Drug arrests are on the rise in Jim Thorpe, which is a good news and bad news situation for the borough's police department. While it means taking criminals off the street, it also confirms more and...
2015/04/21 01:30
2015/04/21 01:30
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In recent years, marijuana has become the most widely used illegal drug in the United States, with over 94 million people having admitted to using it at least once. According to the United Nations,...
2015/04/21 00:44
2015/04/21 00:44
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Opioid overdoses and dispensing declined substantially after the introduction of an abuse-deterring form of OxyContin and withdrawal of the drug Darvon was withdrawn from the market, according to a...
2015/04/20 16:37
2015/04/20 16:37
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Prescription drugs like Adderall, Vyvanse and Concerta are among the stimulants used by workers to increase productivity, according to the New York Times, which reported that the illicit nature of the...
2015/04/20 10:35
2015/04/20 10:35
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... good reasons weed should be legalised, by experts Surprisingly, none of these reasons are that it makes bass-heavy hip hop tracks sound great, or that it really brings out the best in pizza. With...
2015/04/19 01:37
2015/04/19 01:37
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Updated: 04/18/2015 8:41 PM Created: 04/18/2015 8:40 PM WHEC.com By: Associated Press Synthetic marijuana has sent 160 people to hospitals in New York state in a little over a week, a spike that...
2015/04/17 17:28
2015/04/17 17:28
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... the 1970s, the Marijuana Project at the University of Mississippi, known as Ole Miss, has been the sole provider of marijuana for federal research in the United States. The farm and the...
2015/04/17 16:20
2015/04/17 16:20
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Joyce Nalepka, left, and Vonneva Pettigrew were activists in a parent movement to combat adolescent drug use in the 1970s and ‘80s. Nalepka served as president of the National Federation of Parents...
2015/04/17 02:57
2015/04/17 02:57
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Syringe Access Coordinator Anna McConnell holds a bottle of Naloxone (Narcan) at the needle exchange tables in the lobby of Glide where she trains people on how to use the drug in the event of an...
2015/04/15 23:22
2015/04/15 23:22
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GREENFIELD, Ind. -- Substance abuse experts say a weekend incident in Greenfield should serve as a cautionary tale about the potential dangers found in medicine cabinets. Prosecutors say an off-duty...
2015/04/26 13:59
2015/04/26 13:59
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