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  1. Cottonwood Heights mayor defends police search of drug databaseRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore on Friday defended his police department's search of the state's prescription drug database that led to criminal charges against a United Fire Authority official and a lawsuit against the city. The intent of the investigation was to protect the public after vials of morphine and other drugs were stolen from several ambulances and replaced with saline, he said.

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  2. Narcotics Missing From Ohio Fire StationsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | FireHouse.com

    April 25--Columbus police are investigating the possible theft of narcotics from two Columbus fire stations after several bottles of painkillers disappeared within a 24-hour period. Police reports obtained by The Dispatch through a public-records request show that several bottles of a painkiller and a sedative used to reduce seizures were missing from two ambulances in late March.

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  3. Reap the Benefits of the Special Mercury/Retail Realm Relationship....Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | PR.com

    The annual Retail Realm Technology Conference marks a milestone in the special Mercury/Retail Realm relationship, in more ways than one. It is the fifth such conference and the fifth consecutive year that Mercury has lent its support by sponsoring the Welcome Reception on the opening night of the event for Mercury Payment Processing to Dynamics AX for Retail.

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  4. Cottonwood Heights mayor defends police search of drug databaseRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Deseret News

    Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore on Friday defended his police department's search of the state's prescription drug database that led to criminal charges against a United Fire Authority official and a lawsuit against the city. The intent of the investigation was to protect the public after vials of morphine and other drugs were stolen from several ambulances and replaced with saline, he said.

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  5. 9 Mind-Altering PlantsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Encyclopaedia Britannica

    In their quest for survival, plants have evolved to produce an amazing variety of chemical compounds known as secondary metabolites. These chemicals often serve to deter herbivores, protect against pathogens and neighbors, or mitigate the effects of radiation, among numerous other uses.

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  6. Study points to TMPRSS2 gene as culprit for aggressive forms of androgen-fuelled cancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    A new study led by University of Toronto researcher Dr. David Lam has discovered the trigger behind the most severe forms of cancer pain. Released in top journal Pain this month, the study points to TMPRSS2 as the culprit: a gene that is also responsible for some of the most aggressive forms of androgen-fuelled cancers.

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  7. Long Night's JourneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Weekly Standard

    Tolstoy's famous dictum-the second half of it, anyway-that "every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way" certainly applies to the O'Neills, in spades. Though our concern here is with the playwright Eugene O'Neill , the miseries of his father, James, his mother, Mary , and his sibling, Jamie, were spectacular enough in their respective ways, as Eugene's supreme autobiographical masterpiece, Long Day's Journey Into Night , makes abundantly clear.

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  8. 'The pain was worse than giving birth' - chip shop worker horrifically burned by hot oilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South Wales Argus

    'The bubbling oil seeped through my crocs. I was screaming and biting into a coat - the pain was worse than giving birth.

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  9. New film offers fresh take on beloved Boston bandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boston.com

    Even by alternative-rock standards, the trio of Mark Sandman, Dana Colley, and Billy Conway - collectively known as Morphine - were weirdos. They didn't even have a guitarist.

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  10. Egalet To Host Conference Call And Webcast To Discuss First Quarter...Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | BioSpace

    Please connect to the website a few minutes prior to the live webcast to ensure adequate time for any software download that may be needed to access the webcast. Individuals also may participate in the call by dialing 1-888-346-2615 or 1-412-902-4253 and asking for the "Egalet Earnings Call."

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  11. An end to cancer pain? Researcher finds the 'pain trigger'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    A new study led by University of Toronto researcher Dr. David Lam has discovered the trigger behind the most severe forms of cancer pain. Released in top journal Pain this month, the study points to TMPRSS2 as the culprit: a gene that is also responsible for some of the most aggressive forms of androgen-fuelled cancers.

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    Wednesday | WBOC-TV Salisbury

    The Somerset County Health Department, in partnership with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, is offering Narcan training to individuals most able to assist someone at risk of dying from an opioid overdose when emergency medical services are not immediately available. Naloxene, marketed under the trade name NarcanA , is a life-saving medication that can quickly restore the breathing of a person who has overdosed on heroin or prescription opioid pain medication like oxycodone, hydrocodone, morphine, fentanyl or methadone.

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  13. Owner of Dogs Who Attacked Puppy SoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The owners of a 10-month-old German shorthaired pointer are trying to locate the owner of the dogs that attacked their puppy in a Newmarket field last Friday. Peter and Dorothy Meneghin are the owners of the puppy, Lulu, who sustained several bites after multiple dogs attacked her in Fred Pearson's field off Bay Road on April 17. Peter Meneghin said he brought Lulu to the field in the late afternoon and let her off her leash to exercise.

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  14. Pharmaleads Announces The Inclusion Of The First Patient In Phase IIa ...Read the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | BioSpace

    Pharmaleads, a company specialising in the discovery and early-stage development of small molecule inhibitors of metalloproteases for the treatment of severe pain, announces today the inclusion of the first patient in Phase IIa clinical study of oral PL37 in diabetic neuropathy. This Phase II clinical study follows a major Phase I programme which demonstrated the tolerance and safety of PL37 in 136 healthy volunteers.

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  15. Rhyl man who grew cannabis to ease pain advised to visit GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Rhyl Journal

    A man in pain decided to grow his own cannabis to be used as pain relief. Darren Paul Kivell set up a growing unit in a wardrobe in his garage, but police called to an unrelated matter outside his home in Hilltop Road, Rhyl, could smell cannabis coming from the garage.

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  16. National Access Cannabis Appoints Former Health Canada Medical...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | PRWeb

    Mr. Bajwa comes to NAC from his role as a senior manager with Health Canada's Medical Marijuana Program, where he worked with scientists, and met with patients offering compelling evidence on the benefits of medical cannabis. NAC is the ideal model to help Canadians understand how to get safe, informed and responsible access to the benefits of medical marijuana.

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  17. Spider Venom Could Be The Next PainkillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | International Business Times

    IN PHOTO: Graham Milledge, collection manager at the Australian Museum's Arachnology division, tries to make the world's deadliest spider, a Sydney Funnel Web, produce some venom for research work in Sydney January 11. A recent five-year study by the American Museum of Natural History discovered that approximately 80 percent of Australian spiders, including the deadly funnel web species, have not yet been identified. Researchers from the University of Queensland have discovered that painkilling properties are present in the venom of poisonous animals.

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  18. Invaluable recipes for today's health needsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Scoop

    The School of Health Sciences at the University of Canterbury is conducting ground-breaking research into a Renaissance medico-pharmaceutical text that could hold invaluable recipes for today's health needs. In painstaking work PhD student Sandra Clair is unlocking a large, 400 year old Materia Medica, is a book of collected knowledge about medicinal plants that have influenced Western herbal medicine.

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  19. Islanders vs. Capitals Playoffs: Loud Nassau Coliseum Crowd at Game 3 Was LoudRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Lighthouse Hockey

    If you don't think sound waves are real, forceful, honest-to-Frans physical things, then you've never had your eardrums ruptured at the Coliseum. But first, some science.

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  20. Needle exchange program continues to grow in midst of HIV outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | WLKY-TV Louisville

    For the first time we got an inside look at the program trying to stop the outbreak, and spoke to a woman benefiting from the program. Some 95 people have participated in the needle-exchange program at the Austin Community Outreach Center.

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