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Flakka, drug that makes people bark and strip, wreaks havoc in Midwest, South
Flakka, drug that makes people bark and strip, wreaks havoc in Midwest, SouthOtherwise normal folks suddenly running naked, screaming through the streets and breaking into homes? That kind of bizarre and sometimes dangerous behavior has taken place in recent years in the South and Midwest – with the most recent headline-grabbing ...read more
Source: Fox News
Published on Sat, 18 Nov 2017 15:04:00 GMT
Do Pharmaceutical Companies Seek Approval Outside The US If The FDA Is Slow?
Do Pharmaceutical Companies Seek Approval Outside The US If The FDA Is Slow?Do pharmaceutical companies seek approval outside the USA if the FDA is slow? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Jane Chin, Founder at ...read more
Source: Forbes
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 08:12:00 GMT
Ivanka’s signature real estate deals were disasters linked to drug cartels and money laundering
Ivanka’s signature real estate deals were disasters linked to drug cartels and money launderingBefore her father became president, Ivanka Trump tied herself more closely to two of her father’s international projects than any others. One, in Panama, was the current president’s first international foray — a building, according to the developer ...read more
Source: Think Progress
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 07:14:00 GMT
Week In Review: Shanghai Pharma Acquires Cardinal's China Drug Distribution Network For $1.2 Billion
Week In Review: Shanghai Pharma Acquires Cardinal's China Drug Distribution Network For $1.2 BillionShanghai Pharma (SHA: 601607) paid $1.2 billion to win the bidding war for Cardinal Health's (NYSE:CAH) China drug distribution operations. Cardinal was China's eighth-largest drug distribution company, with $3.5 billion in 2016 China revenues, while ...read more
Source: Seeking Alpha
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 10:40:00 GMT
Our Nation’s Drug Crisis Is An Example Of Systemic Racism, And This Is Why
Our Nation’s Drug Crisis Is An Example Of Systemic Racism, And This Is WhyThere’s no doubt that the use and abuse of opioid drugs has been on the rise in the last few years. It has begun to seep into every crevice of the United States, and seemingly no one is safe. But here’s the thing we’re overlooking: Drug crises aren ...read more
Source: Scary Mommy
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 10:53:00 GMT
Ecstasy crackdown as cops target suspected child drug dealers in Ayrshire
Ecstasy crackdown as cops target suspected child drug dealers in AyrshireTwo kids have fallen ill in the area after taking MDMA and detectives have identified 10 children – one as young as 13 – who are feared to be selling drugs. A 13-year-old girl spent almost a week in a coma after taking an ecstasy pill. The schoolgirl ...read more
Source: Daily Record
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 11:13:00 GMT
Systems of Care: With drug crisis raging, Howard County works to stem tide of overdoses
Systems of Care: With drug crisis raging, Howard County works to stem tide of overdosesKOKOMO — Howard County Commissioner Paul Wyman, during a public town hall meeting Thursday, rolled out plans to incorporate multifaceted Systems of Care (SOC) to combat opioid addiction and substance abuse in local communities. It's a measure that has ...read more
Source: Kokomo Tribune
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 10:29:00 GMT
Fentanyl a game-changer for law enforcement trying to stop drug abuse
Fentanyl a game-changer for law enforcement trying to stop drug abuseFentanyl — a synthetic opioid that has caused spates of fatal overdoses across the United States — isn't just a transient drug being trafficked through Nebraska on its way to other states, investigators say. Illicit versions of the powerful painkiller ...read more
Source: Columbus Telegram
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 08:50:00 GMT
Governor's plans don't slow growing prescription drug monitoring network
Governor's plans don't slow growing prescription drug monitoring networkIt might have looked like Holly Rehder’s fight was over. The Republican state representative from Sikeston had been advocating for a statewide drug monitoring program for years, and had once again seen the effort shot down in this year’s legislative ...read more
Source: Columbia Missourian
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 10:27:00 GMT
America Didn’t Care About Drug Addiction Until White People Started Dying
America Didn’t Care About Drug Addiction Until White People Started DyingTwo of my mother’s four brothers died before her 14th birthday. She still talks about her oldest brother Man, remembering the time he picked her up from school in one of the 18-wheeler trucks he drove and took her to buy tampons, after she got her period.read more
Source: BuzzFeed
Published on Sun, 19 Nov 2017 09:14:00 GMT