Opioid Big Pharma Lawsuits

The abuse of and addiction to opioids such as heroin, and prescription pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone, vicodin, codeine, morphine are all known to interact with opioid receptors on nerve cells in the body and the brain to produce a euphoric effect that can be easily misused to lead to dependence and eventually drug-related overdose incidents and deaths. As the opioid epidemic grows, it doesn’t come as a surprise that millions of Americans are now suing big pharmaceutical companies, physicians, pharmacists, and drug wholesalers for getting them addicted to opioid pills, no thanks to the increase in the number of prescription opioids being dispensed in America. West Virginia, McDowell County town, to be specific, is probably the hardest hit. It has had the highest rate of opioid-related…
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Drug Education in Early School Years

Drug Addiction, Issues, Uncategorized
Drug Education in Early School Years Effective and successful drug education is crucial today in every school and college because young people are faced with many influences to use both licit and illicit drugs. The influence may come from peers, friends, social circle or your family situation in rare cases. Children may go for drug use when they are faced with intolerable family issue between parents. Education can play a counterbalancing part in shaping a normative culture of safety, moderation, and informed decision making. Drug and alcohol abuse are vital issues that affect school-age youth at earlier ages than in the past. Young people normally begin to try out with alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs during the mid school, with a smaller number starting during basic school. By the time…
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Articles, Drug Addiction, Issues, Uncategorized
HOW SOUTH FLORIDA IS FIGHTING WITH DRUGS The fight over the growing South Florida's drug recovery business is being waged on several fronts – from the halls of Washington to Tallahassee to the boulevards of Deer Creek public and other regions. Criticizers have taken intention specifically at the production of sober homes, often the initial stopover for addict’s fresh out of dealing who are looking for a substance-free atmosphere to begin once more. Some state that it's brought an unwelcome section to residential neighborhoods and put recovering addicts at the mercy of profiteers. U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Boca Raton, alleged that it's a "top urgency" for her as nearly every mayor in every city she represents has protested to her office about this issue. She said she's at work on legislation…
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