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Operation Snow Globe: 26 indicted for smuggling heroin and cocaine

Ohio, a state in the middle of opioid epidemic, seems to get no respite from the inflow of dangerous drugs. In an effort to combat the growing network of illegal drug sales and distribution, the Department of Justice, in conjunction with local and state authorities, has busted two large-scale...

New DEA division to oversee anti-opioid efforts in Appalachian region

In a fresh move aimed at combating the United States’ worsening drug crisis, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has decided to convert its Louisville, Kentucky district office into a new field division. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the announcement in late November 2017 during a Department of Justice press...

Reasons for relapsing in recovery and ways to address them

Recovery from alcohol and substance abuse is tough as one encounters multiple challenges along the way. Relapse is a real part of recovery and it happens when the expectations and realities clash. It is important to understand that this does not mean the end of the road and there...

Penn State student received 18 drinks in 82 minutes before his death, say prosecutors

Bonding over alcohol with members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Penn State allegedly led to the tragic death of Timothy Piazza, a new evidence revealed. The February 2017 incident will now be treated as a case of involuntary manslaughter to aggravated assault and hazing. The sudden turn...

Insys Therapeutics founder accused of opioid bribe scheme pleads not guilty

In the recent fraud and racketeering case against Chandler-based Insys Therapeutics Inc., its billionaire founder John Kapoor (74) has pleaded not guilty. Kapoor and other defendants are accused of bribing a significant number of doctors to prescribe fentanyl-based pain medication meant only for cancer patients with severe pain. As...

Marijuana extracts sold online contain incorrect cannabidiol dose, cautions study

Amid all the ambiguity surrounding the effects of marijuana, people in the United States continue to bank on the weed extracts for seeking relief from various problems, including persisting pain, seizures, anxiety, etc. Today, marijuana extracts containing cannabidiol are sold both online and at retail stores. However, a group...

Michigan University suspends social activities amid hazing, sexual assault allegations

The University of Michigan (UM) is the latest to take strict action against fraternities to ensure health and safety of the students. Owing to several incidents related to sexual misconduct, alcohol and drug abuse, and death cases, all social activities and pledging activities have been suspended for all the...

Awareness program to help Florida high school students take healthy decisions on alcohol

One of the most commonly abused substances, alcohol poses enormous health and safety risks to the youth. Underage drinking, i.e. consumption of alcohol under the age of 21 in the United States, is a leading public health problem. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),...

Healthy discussion with kids about your past substance use can help them avoid drugs

One of the worst fears of parents is their children veering toward substance abuse. No parent would want their kids to get caught in the shackles of substances. Hence, there should be a healthy discussion between them to try and keep any eventuality at bay. However, for parents, who...

Ohio woman charged for boy’s death due to fentanyl overdose

An Ohio woman was charged with involuntary manslaughter after the death of a 12-year-old boy due to a fentanyl overdose during a sleepover in her flat. The 60-year-old woman was held responsible for the overdose death as she had left the kids unsupervised.