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  1. Opiates were Important Medications during the Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago |

    The Union army dispensed 29,828 ounces of morphine , 10 million opium pills and an additional 2,841 million ounces of tinctures and powders containing other opiates. Opiates including laudanum were common in homes during this time period.


  2. Woman claims surgery went wrongRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Jamaica Observer

    Imagine faeces constantly flowing from a woman's abdomen and doctors telling her that they can do nothing to help. While many may not even have the courage to create this imagination, it is the reality of 54-year-old Pamella Hepburn.


  3. Brockport politics takes a back seat to the cancer wardRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Every once in a while Mother Nature grabs you by the throat and shakes you until you realize what it truly important in life. That happened to me this past Wednesday around lunchtime.


  4. Have you ever experienced golf burn-out?Read the original story

    Nov 15, 2011 | The Sand Trap

    For me, practice is work so I never do it. I just play.....and I play a lot. Playing = fun so I don't know how I will ever burn out.


  5. Police: Seized drug was hundreds of times more powerful than heroinRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

    Six heroin overdoses in as many days recently in Lowell -- five of them fatal -- shocked many in the community and brought new attention to the danger of opiates. Now, police may know why there was the sudden spike: when police seized 41 grams of heroin from alleged dealers in December, it wasn't heroin, as police first thought.


  6. Cannabis Time Capsule, 1907: No Weed in Headache PillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Westword

    The use of cannabis for headaches these days is common, at least here in Colorado and other states with medical marijuana laws are in place . But in 1907, cannabis was beginning to be seen as an adulterant in medicines.


  7. Hundreds of viewers say pharmacies denied their prescriptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WESH-TV

    "When you're in pain the depression and the pain overwhelms you so much it cripples you," Teri Green said. "I want to scream because the quality of my life is gone."


  8. He's More Than A Shadow On A Medical TestRead the original story

    Friday | Psychology Today

    Our latest trudge through America's healthcare system started in the middle of the night and involved doctors in two different states, including at one of the country's most highly rated hospitals. It ultimately spread to an increasingly broad group of family and friends who all rallied around us as Joe faced fairly certain death from bile duct cancer.


  9. Integrative Medicine Clinic offers hope and relief for patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WCYB

    The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health says approximately 40 percent of Americans use healthcare approaches outside of conventional medicine. One such clinic is in Johnson City is bridging the gap between old and new.


  10. Preventing "Doctor Shopping"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WNEP-TV Moosic

    Last fall, then-Governor Tom Corbett signed into law Senate Bill 1180, creating a state-wide controlled substances database, set to take effect in June. Proponents say it will cut down on prescription drug abuse by giving doctors the knowledge of who is prescribing what to whom, but opponents have privacy concerns.


  11. Tombstone Checkpoint Nets Heroin PackagesRead the original story

    Friday | The Tombstone News

    According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a canine at the Highway 80 Tombstone Checkpoint assisted agents in the discovery of two packages of heroin hidden in a false compartment inside a vehicle's speaker box. All subjects and contraband were processed in accordance with Tucson Sector prosecution guidelines.


  12. Sex differences found in brain mechanisms important for learningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Women tend to become addicted to drugs and relapse faster than men, though the biological reasons are not completely clear. Now, investigators at the Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research and Weill Cornell Medical College have discovered that high levels of estrogen may lead to a unique kind of learning that could explain why women are more susceptible to addiction.


  13. FXYD2, a I3 subunit of Na+,K+-ATPase, maintains persistent mechanical ...Read the original story

    Friday | Cell Research

    Nociceptive afferent neurons express not only the subunit FXYD2. However, the neural function of FXYD2 is unknown.


  14. UAMS awarded $538,000 grant for opioid studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Courier

    A pair of researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will study how opioids are prescribed and dispensed by doctors and pharmacists. The $538,781 grant by the National Insitute on Drug Abuse will cover three years' of study by Geoff Curran and Bradley Martin at the UAMS College of Pharmacy.


  15. State bans child care providers from medical and recreational marijuana useRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Oregonian

    State rules approved Thursday place tougher standards on child care providers when it comes to marijuana, either medical or recreational. A state board that oversees child care voted on Thursday to deny child care licenses to anyone who holds a medical marijuana card or who grows, uses or distributes marijuana - including recreational marijuana after it becomes legal July 1. The Early Learning Council 's vote follows a six-month temporary rule , approved in August, that required child care providers to choose between their businesses or their medical marijuana cards.


  16. Special report: Pharmacies denying legitimate prescriptionsRead the original story

    Thursday | WESH-TV

    Some local pharmacies are refusing to fill legitimate prescriptions for pain killers, leaving some people without an option for relief. Pete Giarrusso, who runs a Longwood motorcycle shop, is an expert at making things run better -- except when it comes to his wife's health.


  17. Assisted Dying Bill: I want to be able to decide about my own death - ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | The Independent

    Assisted Dying Bill: I want to be able to decide about my own death - I want to have control of my life My mother had always made me promise I would make sure that, if she was terminally ill, she would be snuffed out "like a candle". She didn't want to remain guttering till the end.


  18. Two arrested in connection to heroin overdose death investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | KATU-TV Portland

    PORTLAND, Ore. Two men are accused of being part of two heroin overdose death investigations, the Portland Police Drugs and Vice Division said.


  19. No MedicineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Tucson Weekly

    When James Ball went to St. Mary's Hospital he assumed he would be able to consume some medical marijuana edibles he had with him to help control the pain. He has a medical marijuana patient card, issued by the state, so he figured it wouldn't be a problem.


  20. Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety Recommends Two...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | PRWeb

    The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety just released two practices to adopt after a pediatric opioids trial was recently halted. The study results were published in the January 2015 issue of Pediatrics, after the study's Drug Safety Monitoring Board halted the trial following an interim analysis which strongly demonstrated a high degree of risk of respiratory compromise associated with the use of morphine.