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Drug News: March 20, 2013

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ALCOHOL – USA Indie Rocker Jason Molina Dies Following Battle With Alcohol Abuse – ABC News Singer songwriter Jason Molina, who recorded under the names Songs:Ohia and the Magnolia Electric Co., died Saturday at age 39 at his home in Indianapolis. His label, Secretly Canadian, said he died of “natural causes.” Molina struggled with alcoholism more…

Get Addiction Help ASAP for New Designer Drug ‘Cloud 9’

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There’s a new, nasty, so-called ‘designer drug’ in town. It’s known as Cloud 9, or C-9. Why it’s called Cloud 9 is beyond me – because the effects of it are anything but what we would normally think of when someone says they’re ‘on Cloud 9.’ It’s dangerous, addictive and deadly, and anyone using it more…

Drug News: December 29, 2010

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DRUG REHAB – USA Art program at Johnson Museum helps addiction recovery effort – Ithaca Journal ‎ Groups of about 20 from CARS and the Van Dyke Addiction Treatment Center in Ovid come to the museum twice a month. Ryan takes the groups on a tour and … DRUG REHAB – IRAQ Iran plans to more…

Drug News: November 5, 2010

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Heroin – Colorado Students found using heroin at AAHS – Coloradoconnection.com COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — Academy District 20 officials said they found students using heroin and other substances at Air Academy High School, and one student has been arrested. Cocaine – Florida ‘Candy’ cocaine leads to drug arrest – UPI.com FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 4 more…

Drug News: September 25, 2009

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DRUGS – USA Wyoming Libraries Get Drug Prevention Book – Join Together The Wyoming Department of Health has purchased a copy of a new book about raising drug-free kids for every public library in the state. ALCOHOL – USA Recurrent Breast Cancer Risk Raised by Smoking, Drinking – Join Together Breast-cancer survivors have a 120-percent more…

Drug News: September 14, 2009

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ALCOHOL – UK Britain and alcohol: Drink problem – Guardian Tucked away in yesterday’s OECD report on childhood was a dismal if unsurprising figure: British children get drunk, or claim to get drunk, far more often than their counterparts anywhere else in the developed world. METH – USA Drug czar kicks off anti-meth ad campaign more…

Drug News: March 10, 2009

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PRESCRIPTION – USA The Proper Disposal of Prescription Pills – WTAP News Taking prescription medication is what many of us do on a daily routine. But what do you do if you have leftover pills? Do you save, trash or flush them? The assistant manager of the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Eric Bumgardner, says flushing pills more…

Drug News: March 2, 2009

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ALCOHOL – USA Alcohol Rehabilitation Center Provides A Second Chance Start To Life – 1988 Press Release At some point in time, everyone feels as if their life is spiraling out of control. In that split second moment, each person scrambles for that person or place that will help get them back on their feet more…

Offer Drug Education and Addiction Help Before the ER Visit

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A new program in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is attempting to educate people on the dangers of substance abuse before it becomes a problem. One of their methods is to survey people who come into hospital emergency rooms for heart palpitations and other conditions that are symptoms of drug abuse. They’re focus is to let people know more…

Drug News: February 4, 2009

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METH – USA Candy-Colored Meth Dreams – Reason Online Last week Sens. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) reintroduced a bill aimed at combating a new drug menace that, as far as anyone can tell, does not actually exist: candy-flavored meth. METH – USA March Against Meth to lobby for the Montana Meth Project more…

Drug News: January 31, 2009

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RITALIN – USA Use of sleeping pills triples among young adults – The Exponent A study released on Friday by the health care business of Thomson Reuters found the use of prescription medication among young adults has nearly tripled in the past eight years. In 1998 only 599 per 100,000 individuals used sleeping pills; the more…

Drug News: January 14, 2009

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PRESCRIPTION – USA Prescription drug collection proving fruitful – Princeton Times Leader A prescription drug collection program initiated by the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Department and the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force in May has proven a success, Sheriff Stan Hudson said this week. DRUGS – UK Department Promoting Early Substance Use Screening Process – Medical News more…

Drug News: December 11, 2008

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ALCOHOL – UK Lock the drinks cabinet! – Guardian When and how should you let your children start drinking alcohol? The law is black and white but the social life of a teenager is less clear cut. With kids drinking more and starting ever younger, Joanna Moorhead offers advice to perplexed parents. HEROIN – USA more…

Drug News: November 23, 2008

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DRUGS – UK Doing it Together Strengthens Families and Helps Prevent Substance Use – Drugs and Alcohol Findings Origins and achievements of the US programme singled out by British reviewers as the most promising for the long-term prevention of alcohol misuse. DRUGS – IRELAND Society must face up to drugs in the cold light of more…

Drug News: July 27, 2008

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PAINKILLER – USA Prescription for addiction: Painkillers only a click away – The Missoulian Despite recent efforts to regulate Internet pharmacies, the majority of Web sites peddling controlled drugs do not require a prescription. As a result, a vast unregulated online drug bazaar has emerged, according to officials with the Drug Enforcement Administration. DRUGS – more…

Drug News: 30 June 2008

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ALCOHOL – USA Anheuser to Stop Selling Alcoholic Energy Drinks – Wall Street Journal Anheuser-Busch Cos. will stop making and selling caffeinated alcoholic drinks as part of a settlement with 11 state attorneys general, the attorneys general said Thursday. ALCOHOL – CHINA Some 50 pilots in India fail alcohol tests yearly – China Daily Around more…

Drug News: June 25, 2008

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PRESCRIPTION – USA Prescription Pill Deaths Continue – Tampa Tribune Three times more Floridians died from prescription pill abuse last year than from a fatal overdose of an illegal drug. METH – USA Free home meth test kits at Superday – Wyoming Tribune Up to 250 testing kits will be provided free at Superday to more…

Drug News: June 24, 2008

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PRESCRIPTION – USA Prescription Pill Deaths Continue – Tampa Tribune Three times more Floridians died from prescription pill abuse last year than from a fatal overdose of an illegal drug. METH – USA Free home meth test kits at Superday – Wyoming Tribune Up to 250 testing kits will be provided free at Superday to more…

Drug News: June 21, 2008

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PRESCRIPTION – USA Prescription drug use among Malibu youth escalates – Malibu Times The Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff Station-sponsored juvenile intervention team, designed to combat drug and alcohol problems within Malibu and Conejo Valley cities, is working to curb Malibu teen substance abuse, including an increasing abuse of prescription medication. PRESCRIPTION – USA Prescription drugs kill more…

Drug News: June 20, 2008

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Concert focuses on meth problem – Appeal-Democrat Friday Night Live is planning an all-day concert on Saturday to raise awareness of methamphetamine abuse in the Yuba-Sutter area. METH – USA Pharmacology of crystal meth – Eurek Alert When smoked, crystal meth rapidly achieves high concentrations in the brain without the burdens of the intravenous route. more…

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