Monday, July 30, 2012

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Order on Corrective Ads About Dangers of Smoking | The Partnership

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Order on Corrective Ads About Dangers of Smoking | The Partnership

Ohio Uses Fingerprint Scans to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse | The Partnership

Ohio Uses Fingerprint Scans to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse | The Partnership

Ohio Uses Fingerprint Scans to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse | The Partnership

Ohio Uses Fingerprint Scans to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse | The Partnership

Some Trucking Companies Use Hair Tests to Detect Drugs in Drivers | The Partnership

Some Trucking Companies Use Hair Tests to Detect Drugs in Drivers | The Partnership

Medical Marijuana May Impair Driving Skills, Study Suggests | The Partnership

Medical Marijuana May Impair Driving Skills, Study Suggests | The Partnership

Conrad Murray seeks new test in Michael Jackson's death

'Oxy Express' gives birth to new problem: drug-addicted babies

'Oxy Express' gives birth to new problem: drug-addicted babies

Friday, July 27, 2012

Some Doctors Say Change in Opioid Prescribing Rules Could Hinder Pain Treatment | The Partnership

Some Doctors Say Change in Opioid Prescribing Rules Could Hinder Pain Treatment | The Partnership

Conrad Murray to Katherine Jackson: Come visit me

Smoking orangutan moves to island to kick habit

Thursday, July 26, 2012

When a doctor should call police on a patient

Child developing a mental illness? What to do

Moms gone wild: '40-year-old reversion'

(CNN) -- In a shocking article on TheAwl.com, author and mother Amy Sohn writes that moms in her affluent Brooklyn neighborhood are going through something called "the 40-year-old reversion." The tedium of raising children, she says, is driving moms in her circle out at night to party to the extreme as if they were 25 again.

Sunrise police: Man was high on fake pot when he attacked friend with butcher knife

Sunrise police: Man was high on fake pot when he attacked friend with butcher knife

'Tons' of synthetic marijuana seized in S. Florida; feds conduct national takedown

'Tons' of synthetic marijuana seized in S. Florida; feds conduct national takedown

Fake pot busts sparked by warehouse blaze, informant

What "Big Pharmaceutical" Doesn't Want You To Know


More Colleges Adopt Smoking Bans | The Partnership

And, Nova Southeastern University is one of them!

Researcher Developing Vaccine to Treat Heroin Addiction and Protect Against HIV | The Partnership

Researcher Developing Vaccine to Treat Heroin Addiction and Protect Against HIV | The Partnership

Physicians Ask FDA to Revise Prescription Label for Opioids | The Partnership

Physicians Ask FDA to Revise Prescription Label for Opioids | The Partnership

Businesses in Nearly 100 Cities Raided in Nationwide Synthetic Drug Takedown | The Partnership

Businesses in Nearly 100 Cities Raided in Nationwide Synthetic Drug Takedown | The Partnership

Friday, July 20, 2012

Miami Police Sergeant Accused of Planting Drugs, Ripping Off Drug Dealers Indicted

A Miami Police sergeant accused of planting cocaine on a suspect and stealing drugs and money from suspected dealers was indicted on several charges, federal authorities announced Thursday.

Report: Ormond 'dumpster diver' gets 24 years in teen boy's methadone death

Report: Ormond 'dumpster diver' gets 24 years in teen boy's methadone death

Davie councilman questions legality of synthetic drug ban

Davie councilman questions legality of synthetic drug ban

Sage Stallone Was Not an Addict, Authorities Say


On Sunday, Sage Stallone's attorney said his client "never had any serious health problems" and no "history of drug or alcohol abuse."
"Sage was a really young, very sensitive, and very talented kid," attorney George Braunstein told People magazine. "There has been no indication that there was anything wrong in his life."

NJ Governor Signs Measure Requiring Treatment for Low-Level Drug Offenders | The Partnership

NJ Governor Signs Measure Requiring Treatment for Low-Level Drug Offenders | The Partnership

Almost 8 Percent of Pregnant Women Report Using Alcohol | The Partnership

Almost 8 Percent of Pregnant Women Report Using Alcohol | The Partnership

Commentary: Illegal Online Pharmacies: A Potentially Fatal Threat to Consumers | The Partnership

Commentary: Illegal Online Pharmacies: A Potentially Fatal Threat to Consumers | The Partnership

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Bill Would Require Most Painkillers to Have Safeguards to Prevent Abuse | The Partnership

Bill Would Require Most Painkillers to Have Safeguards to Prevent Abuse | The Partnership

Seniors Who Binge Drink More Likely to Suffer Cognitive Decline | The Partnership

Seniors Who Binge Drink More Likely to Suffer Cognitive Decline | The Partnership

Almost One-Fourth of College Women Try Hookah Smoking During Freshman Year | The Partnership

Almost One-Fourth of College Women Try Hookah Smoking During Freshman Year | The Partnership

Police: Naked Teen Found Lying In Street Yelling ‘Bad Drugs’ « CBS Tampa

Police: Naked Teen Found Lying In Street Yelling ‘Bad Drugs’ « CBS Tampa

U.S. soldier accused of smuggling drugs into South Korea

Report: College student on LSD killed in Tampa crash

Report: College student on LSD killed in Tampa crash

Davie gives initial OK to ban on synthetic drugs, but not without a fight

Davie gives initial OK to ban on synthetic drugs, but not without a fight

Granny got the vapors? Toke up!

Granny got the vapors? Toke up!

Expert Panel Warns About Dangers of Legalizing Marijuana | The Partnership

Expert Panel Warns About Dangers of Legalizing Marijuana | The Partnership

Advocates Call for State Laws to Encourage People to Seek Help for Overdose Victims | The Partnership

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

As Prescription Drug Abuse Rises, U.S. Re-Examines Drug Policy | The Partnership

As Prescription Drug Abuse Rises, U.S. Re-Examines Drug Policy | The Partnership

Commentary: Steps to Curb Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic | The Partnership

Commentary: Steps to Curb Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic | The Partnership

Ohio police: Teen ran drug ring that grossed $20,000 a month

A 17-year-old student is allegedly at the center of a marijuana drug ring in Ohio that grossed $20,000 per month. An undercover investigation by a drug task force in Warren County unraveled a complex web of growers and sellers near Cincinnati.

Designer drugs, probation don't mix

Designer drugs, probation don't mix

Scientists Disagree About E-Cigarettes’ Benefits and Risks | The Partnership

Scientists Disagree About E-Cigarettes’ Benefits and Risks | The Partnership

Advocates Seek to Exclude Death Penalty for Defendants With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome | The Partnership

Advocates Seek to Exclude Death Penalty for Defendants With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome | The Partnership

Adults Over 50 Often Ignore Prescription Drug Warning Labels | The Partnership

Adults Over 50 Often Ignore Prescription Drug Warning Labels | The Partnership

Monday, July 9, 2012