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Nearly 1. 3 million Americans inundate hospitals in a single year for opioid-related issues

The past few years have recorded an unprecedented rise in opioid overdose, hospitalizations and fatalities in the United States, showing the extent of the opioid epidemic in the country. Every day, thousands of people are admitted into emergency care in U.S. hospitals for opioid-related problems. As per the latest...

Anti-diarrhea drugs substitute costly opioids as high seekers switch to cheaper alternatives

It is hard to envisage the extent to which opioid users can go to get a “high.” In a bizarre twist, people dependent on opioids are now resorting to anti-diarrhea medicines to get the effects akin to opioids, and according to health professionals, this could be dangerous. Anti-diarrhea drug...

Bars across U.S. report brisk business during Comey testimony

The day former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey was to appear for a testimony before the Senate, bars across the United States decided to open early, allowing patrons to lap up every moment of it over their favorite glass of wine or cocktail. As expected, there...

Ohio opioid lawsuit reveals disturbing facts about opioid crisis

The lawsuit filed by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine against five pharmaceutical companies manufacturing opioids has led to terrible revelations about the opioid crisis in the United States and the state of Ohio, in particular. The companies have been accused of giving misleading information to patients regarding opioids. The...

Drug overdose deaths in US surging faster than ever

Drug overdose deaths have become a significant public health burden in the United States in recent years, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Moreover, the situation has only worsened with the rate of overdose deaths surging over the years. A compilation of recent data obtained from...

Ohio sues pharma companies for intensifying opioid epidemic

Ohio has filed a lawsuit against five pharmaceutical companies manufacturing opioids. State Attorney General Mike DeWine said these companies took to “fraudulent marketing strategies regarding the risks and benefits of prescription opioids which fueled Ohio’s opioid epidemic.” These companies gave an impression, very subtly, that opioids were not addictive...

Manhattan doctor held for prescribing 14,000 painkillers to patients

Unnecessary prescriptions for potentially addictive painkillers could leave thousands of people hooked on them. Although most doctors refrain from handing out pain relievers too readily to their patients, an octogenarian doctor has been recently charged with prescribing more than 14,000 painkillers to people who did not need them. The...

Mother found dead of suspected overdose, children seen roaming on streets

It was a heartrending sight to watch two toddlers wander naked on the streets of a South Side neighborhood in Youngstown last week. What was more appalling was to discover that their mother had just succumbed to a suspected drug overdose. A school bus driver passing by that area...

Tiger Woods arrested for DUI, denies alcohol involvement

One of the most spectacular sports personalities in the world, golfer Tiger Woods had his share of vicissitudes in life, mired in controversies and an extramarital affair that completely crumbled his family life. On May 28, 2017, Woods was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) near...

Amber Portwood’s fiancé blames addiction relapse for his Las Vegas fiasco

TV personality Amber Portwood’s fiancé Matt Baier (46) recently said he was recovering and trudging towards sobriety. Baier recently had an infamous meltdown in Las Vegas, which he attributed to a pain pill relapse. The “Teen Mom OG” star herself revealed this to People magazine and said that he...