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South Carolina planning fund of $1.5 million for opioid addiction treatment

With the prescription drug abuse and overdose affecting millions of people across the nation, lawmakers in South Carolina are planning to boost drug addiction treatment in the state by providing $1.5 million fund for the purpose. Hence, to realign the two chambers and arrive at a consensus, mitigating any...

2 Afghan men plead guilty to conspiring to smuggle heroin into US

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Operations Division recently announced that two Afghan nationals, arrested in 2015 in Bangkok, pled guilty of their crime of conspiring to import heroin into the United States with the intention of smuggling the drug into the U.S. for distribution. The two men, identified...

Abuse of legal highs in jails results in calls for ambulance every 42 minutes in UK

A new perturbing trend noticed in the prisons in the United Kingdom is of calling ambulances every 42 minutes due to emergencies arising out of the abuse of psychotic drugs like the “zombie” drug Spice. An increasing number of prisoners now need emergency medical help because of drug overdoses....

Doctor faces murder charge for prescribing excessive opioids that killed 5 patients

A doctor in Oklahoma was recently charged with five counts of second-degree murder for recklessly prescribing opioids to her patients, leading to their deaths due to an overdose. A county district court in Oklahoma charged 57-year-old osteopathic physician Regan Ganoung Nichols for total disregard for the lives of her...

Over 20,000 drug cases dismissed due to Massachusetts chemist’s misconduct

A misconduct by a state drug lab chemist in Massachusetts led to the dismissal of more than 20,000 drug cases recently. Ironically, most of the accused have already served their sentences as the exoneration came quite late, in April 2017. This is seen as the largest dismissal of criminal...

Cameron Douglas tests positive for marijuana

Actor Cameron Douglas, who is out on probation after being jailed in 2010 for drug charges, has tested positive for marijuana in his system. The incarcerated son of Michael Douglas failed a random drug test in April, according to court papers. Cameron, who cooled his heels behind bars for...

1.3 million Americans inundate hospitals in a 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 drug 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...

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