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NJ doctor arrested for writing forged prescriptions for opioids

A New Jersey doctor was recently arrested for allegedly writing forged prescriptions for painkillers and anxiety pills. The police said he was a part of a deeply entrenched drug ring operating in the area.

Ways to deal with sleep disruption induced by alcohol

Enjoying a good night’s sleep after a hearty drinking session is not always attainable. Some people believe that a peg or two sets the tone for an uninterrupted sleep through the night but it is mostly a conjecture that is grossly inaccurate.

How successful are blood tests in detecting marijuana levels in drivers

A Washington State Patrol trooper intercepted a driver on May 2017 on the suspicion that the man was driving under the influence (DUI). When the trooper, along with a Lynnwood police officer, pulled the driver over at 176th Street in Lynnwood, he found the driver to be intoxicated –...

Police arrest Aaron Carter for DUI and possession of marijuana

Singer and performer Aaron Carter (29) along with his girlfriend Madison Parker were arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and possessing marijuana, in Cornelia, Georgia, on Saturday, July 15, 2017. Carter was taken into police custody for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and drug paraphernalia....

Nevada stores exhausting their legal marijuana, Governor to declare ‘state of emergency’

In less than two weeks after recreational marijuana started selling legally in Nevada, stores across the state are on the verge of exhausting their stock of pot meant for sale, according to a report by the state Department of Taxation. People flocked to the stores in droves and emptied...

Being caught with small amounts of drug will not be felony, says new Oregon bill

A new bill passed recently by the Oregon legislature would decriminalize the possession of small amounts of drugs like cocaine, methamphetamines and heroin in the state. The bill is awaiting Governor Kate Brown’s nod who is keen on signing it once it undergoes quotidian legal review. The passing of...

To deter drug use among college students, DEA launches website

Drug use in colleges in the United States is a major problem that needs immediate attention. With the motive of checking this rising problem, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently launched a website called campusdrugprevention.gov to prevent and address drug use in colleges. The DEA wants leaders of education...

Alcohol withdrawal complications led to death of ‘True Blood’ actor Nelsan Ellis, claims family

The untimely death of “True Blood” actor Nelsan Ellis recently was a big shocker to the world. His relatives and fans are yet to come to terms with the loss. The family of Ellis decided to disclose the circumstances of his death – his long struggle with alcoholism and...

More people seeking treatment proactively for marijuana addiction

The fact that more and more states are legalizing and decriminalizing marijuana has helped in lifting the veil of uncertainties and stigma associated with its addiction. Hence, an increasing number of people are proactively seeking treatment for their dependence on marijuana. Experts say that the rate of marijuana addiction...

NYPD ensures calling 911 during overdose will not lead to arrest

Looking at the dismal state of the drug overdose scenario in the United States, the New York Police Department (NYPD) announced recently that a person calling 911 during a substance overdose would not be arrested.

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