Ohioans are crossing the border and traveling to Michigan to buy medical marijuana. A few Detroit-based dispensaries are selling cannabis to people, who have valid recommendations to use medical marijuana, much ahead of the drug becoming available in their state. However, the recommendations are not going to save someone who gets caught in Ohio for..

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Three students of Madison, Connecticut won the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA’s) Operation Prevention Video Challenge. Organized by DEA Educational Foundation and Discovery Education, facilitator of digital content and professional expansion for K-12 classrooms, the competition invited teens to submit a video of 30-60 seconds urging their peers to rethink about using opioids. The three teens..

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While the epidemic of opioid abuse is taking a toll on millions of Americans, the U.S. Representative for the 5th District of Massachusetts, Katherine Clark, has requested the international health leaders to prevent similar situations from occurring in other countries. Clark has blamed aggressive marketing of prescription drugs in the United States as the primary..

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The number of U.S. workers testing positive for using illicit drugs has reached a 12-year high, at 4.2 percent, since 2004, according to a recent report. The results, as released by Quest Diagnostic Inc., one of the leading workplace testing labs across the globe, were based on an analysis of more than 10 million samples..

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Pregnancy can be a thrilling experience for a woman and her family. However, it can be worrisome too. The health of an infant depends entirely on the mother’s health, therefore, it is imperative that when a woman plans to conceive, she practices complete abstinence from harmful substances such as alcohol and illicit drugs such as..

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