The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the marketing of the first mobile application to help treat substance use disorder (SUD). On Sept. 14, 2017, the FDA permitted the use of the app, called Reset, to treat SUDs involving alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and stimulants after a 12-week clinical trial conducted on 399 patients…

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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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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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