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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.

National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week: Teaching children to shun alcohol and drugs should start early, says poll

Habits formed at an early age tend to stay with people throughout their lives. Similarly, children exposed to alcohol and drugs at an early age have a greater propensity to swerve toward them, later in life. Families, where drinking and drugs are common, unknowingly encourage their children to experiment...

Illinois opioid task force embarks upon a “listening tour” to combat opioid crisis

The Illinois opioid task force, formed in September 2017 to combat the opioid epidemic in the state, has embarked upon a “listening tour.” To understand how the opioid epidemic is affecting people, the team, comprising health experts and political leaders, are in the process of hearing the pain and...

IU to use $50 million on research to fight opioid epidemic

Amid a massive opioid crisis, affecting large number of people in the Hoosier state, the Indiana University (IU) has decided to dedicate $50 million for research to determine ways to thwart the state’s opioid mess. The joint effort by the Indiana University Health, the state government, and Eskenazi Health,...

Opioid companies feel the heat as authorities tighten noose

Amid the growing concern over the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States, federal authorities are now pulling the trigger against erring opioid manufacturing companies. Authorities have sprung into action in the wake of President Donald Trump declaring the opioid epidemic a “national emergency” in August 2017. The authorities are...

Drug makers are ready to work on non-addictive painkillers, says Christie

Drug makers have agreed to manufacture pain medications that would be non-addictive, apart from coming up with additional treatment methods to address opioid addiction. Opioid pain relievers prescribed to arrest pain, could result in the patient getting addicted to them. The number of prescriptions for opioids in the United...

Everett urges judge to proceed with the case against Purdue Pharma

The city of Everett, Washington, which sued Purdue Pharma, the maker of pain medication OxyContin, in January 2017, recently urged the federal judge to move ahead with its lawsuit and asked him to hold Purdue accountable for damages.

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network Day: Sexual assault and substance abuse

Despite increased awareness that covering up a horrible experience like sexual abuse can have harmful consequences for the sufferer as well as the society as a whole, the fact remains that such acts are normally concealed, suppressed and not discussed openly. No wonder, an American is sexually assaulted every...

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