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  1. A Guided Tour of the Principal Misery Makers: Respiratory Tract InfectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Jewish World Review

    This is the time of year when respiratory tract infections act up. Here's a brief guided tour of the common cold and four of its fellow misery makers.

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  2. Leave my cold medicine aloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    If 63 Nevada legislators get their way, I'll be wasting more time and money in doctors' offices just to get the simple over-the-counter decongestant I use to treat minor colds and allergies. A proposed bill that would make decongestants with pseudoephedrine, among other things, available only with a doc's prescription perhaps makes sense as a frontal assault in the War on Drugs.

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  3. Reduction in Meth Lab Seizures Following Adoption of Meth-Resistant NEXAFEDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Pharmacy Times

    The nasal decongestant pseudoephedrine has a long history of use as an effective OTC treatment for the relief of nasal congestion due to the common cold, hay fever, or other respiratory allergies. However, because traditional PSE formulations may be easily converted to methamphetamine , PSE has also been diverted for abuse.

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  4. Bradley Sheriff Eric Watson: "It's A True Way To Fight Meth"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | WTVC

    It's being called the true way to fight meth. It's a simple computer program that alerts pharmacies and law enforcement who's buying pseudophedrine for sickness and who's not.

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  5. What over-the-counter drug labels really meanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | Consumer Reports

    Navigating the sea of labels on drugstore shelves can leave you feeling sick and confused. Words and phrases like " extra strength ," " PM ," or even " cold and flu " seem to spell relief, but what exactly they're selling may be less clear.

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  6. Officials Say Meth Labs Declining In OklahomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics said the amount of major meth labs in the state is dropping year to year, but that doesn't mean they are not working to crack down harder. "We certainly know that with the seizures down that meth labs are down," said Mark Woodward, spokesman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.

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  7. Cops Granted Immunity for Mistake in Meth CaseRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2014 | Courthouse News Service

    A federal judge tossed a man's claims against law enforcement for wrongfully indicting him on meth-making charges because their actions are protected by absolute immunity. Jackie Cross, Jr. sued the city of Nashville, Davidson County, and law enforcement officials for a wrongful indictment stemming from a 2011 incident.

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  8. Glade Hill man to serve 8 years for cooking methRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2014 | Franklin News-Post

    Smith was also sentenced to five years probation and ordered to be of good behavior for 25 years, according to prosecutor Robert Deatherage. This case was the result of a report on April 3 that Smith and his girlfriend were staying in a camper at Ponderosa without the owner's permission, Deatherage said.

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  9. OTC Liability for PharmacistsRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2014 | US Pharmacist

    Imagine you are the pharmacist on duty when the phone rings. A woman identifies herself as the spouse of one of your pharmacy's patients.

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  10. New Laws to Stop Drug TraffickingRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2014 | WENY

    Three new laws in Steuben County aim to make it more expensive for drug dealers to do business. On Monday, the Steuben County Legislature passed three new drug laws in an effort to stop drug trafficking.

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  11. loratadine and pseudoephedrineRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | MedicineNet

    Dr. Charles "Pat" Davis, MD, PhD, is a board certified Emergency Medicine doctor who currently practices as a consultant and staff member for hospitals. He has a PhD in Microbiology , and the MD .

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  12. Mexico cough remedies market: Mx$8.5 billion industry in 2012Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | PR-inside.com

    It is interesting to note that Cadbury, a confectionery and snack company, leads this OTC category due to the frequent consumption of medicated confectionery as sweets. Mexicans consume such products like sweets, as most people hardly regard them as medicinal, consuming them with no signs of illness or discomfort.

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  13. OTC Cough, Cold, and Flu Products: Finding Symptomatic ReliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Pharmacy Times

    At this time of the year, patients are likely to seek counsel regarding the plethora of nonprescription products available to treat and manage cough, cold, and flu symptoms. Pharmacists can be an indispensable resource in aiding patients in the selection and proper use of these nonprescription products, especially those with preexisting medical conditions or those taking other medications.

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  14. Technology, common sense winning combination in the fight against methRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2014 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Forgive me, but I want to say to the pencil-pushing Kentucky State Police lobbyists and the drug task force zealots: We told you so.

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  15. Beating meth but protecting freedoms, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | Grayson News Gazette

    A common-sense approach to fighting the scourge of methamphetamine not only won out in the legislature - where, in 2012, politicians who preferred taking the sledgehammer-to-an-ant approach to the problem were politically defeated - but more important, it's winning where it counts: Kentucky is making real progress in reducing the number of meth labs and the amount of pseudoephedrine purchased for making meth. The number of meth labs in the Bluegrass State is now roughly half of what it was in 2011 - dropping from 1,233 in 2011 to 668 in 2013.

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  16. Views from the stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | The Daily Record

    Drug drop-off boxes are becoming a familiar sight in more communities. And that's a good thing, for the most part.

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  17. Editorials from around OhioRead the original story

    Oct 13, 2014 | Marietta Times

    Drug drop-off boxes are becoming a familiar sight in more communities. And that's a good thing, for the most part.

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  18. Legislators Likely To Renew Debate About Prescription For Cold MedicinesRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    Legislators are likely to renew a debate in January over whether to require a prescription for cold medicines like Sudafed. Indiana already sets daily, monthly and yearly limits on how much medicine you can buy containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in methamphetamine.

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  19. Indy Won't Back Push For Prescription-Only Cold RemediesRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2014 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    Legislators are likely to renew a debate in January over whether to require a prescription for cold medicines like Sudafed. Indiana already sets daily, monthly and yearly limits on how much medicine you can buy containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in methamphetamine.

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  20. Oklahoma Stepping Up Effort To Crackdown On 'Smurfing'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The message from the AG is clear: "If you buy meds to make meth, police are taking names and will make arrests." Smurfs are people who buy lots of medicine with Pseudoephedrine in it, then sell them to people who make meth.

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