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Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts - The Boston Globe

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 13:28
Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts  The Boston Globe

Methamphetamine, an illegal drug that has long plagued the West and Midwest, has finally taken hold in Massachusetts, posing a daunting new challenge to a ...

Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts - The Boston Globe

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 13:28
Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts  The Boston Globe

Methamphetamine, an illegal drug that has long plagued the West and Midwest, has finally taken hold in Massachusetts, posing a daunting new challenge to a ...

Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts - The Boston Globe

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 13:28
Meth has taken hold in Massachusetts  The Boston Globe

Methamphetamine, an illegal drug that has long plagued the West and Midwest, has finally taken hold in Massachusetts, posing a daunting new challenge to a ...

Screen All Adult Patients for Drug Abuse, National Panel Urges - The New York Times

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 09:01
Screen All Adult Patients for Drug Abuse, National Panel Urges  The New York Times

A national panel of health experts recommended on Tuesday that doctors screen all adult patients for illicit drug use, including improper use of prescription ...

Heroin addict jailed for causing £5.6m fire at Nottingham station - The Guardian

Cocaine Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:40
Heroin addict jailed for causing £5.6m fire at Nottingham station  The Guardian

Gemma Peat jailed for two years after discarding smouldering debris in toilet block bin.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids - Governing

Marijuana Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:39
The States Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana Over Opioids  Governing

New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania allow people with an opioid addiction to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

Gemma Peat jailed for 25 months over Nottingham station fire - Sky News

Cocaine Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 07:28
Gemma Peat jailed for 25 months over Nottingham station fire  Sky News

The 34-year-old changed her plea to guilty last week and has now been given a sentence of more than two years.

Mental health issues and money: kindness is not good enough - The Guardian

Cocaine Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 05:53
Mental health issues and money: kindness is not good enough  The Guardian

For Andrew Dickens, the problems started as soon as he was old enough to get credit. “I was terrible with money,” he says. “And it was the late 90s and credit ...

Recovering meth addict now leading program that helped him heal - CBC.ca

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 05:00
Recovering meth addict now leading program that helped him heal  CBC.ca

For Todd Lange, rebuilding his life after meth addiction was a long, and costly, journey. Now, he is leading a program aimed at helping crystal meth users ...

Wisconsin Man Arrested For Using 'Shake and Bake' Meth Lab Inside Kwik Trip - Newsweek

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 02:13
Wisconsin Man Arrested For Using 'Shake and Bake' Meth Lab Inside Kwik Trip  Newsweek

A Wisconsin man has been arrested on multiple drug charges after police alleged he used a dangerous "shake and bake" portable meth lab in a Kwik Trip ...

Wisconsin Man Arrested For Using 'Shake and Bake' Meth Lab Inside Kwik Trip - Newsweek

Meth Addiction - Tue, 2019-08-13 02:13
Wisconsin Man Arrested For Using 'Shake and Bake' Meth Lab Inside Kwik Trip  Newsweek

A Wisconsin man has been arrested on multiple drug charges after police alleged he used a dangerous "shake and bake" portable meth lab in a Kwik Trip ...

Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana to Replace Opioids - The Pew Charitable Trusts

Marijuana Addiction - Mon, 2019-08-12 21:31
Where Doctors Can Recommend Marijuana to Replace Opioids  The Pew Charitable Trusts

Note: This story was updated with the name of the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative. DENVER — A car accident 17 years ago shattered Ashley Weber's spine ...

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