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FDA approves opioid painkiller 1,000 times stronger than morphine.
Fears of more overdose deaths!
Nov. 2, 2018 - The opioid is five to 10 times more potent than pharmaceutical fentanyl. A tiny pill that is just three millimeters in diameter, it is likely to worsen the nation’s drug crisis, according to critics and the head of the FDA’s advisory committee on painkillers.
November 5, 2018 - But quickly Neila got hooked. Her upbringing in a socially conservative family where sex was never discussed left her “defenseless” she says. Every day she was thinking about how quickly she could get home to choose a film and a sex toy and start to masturbate. She describes the process for me. “It starts slowly...
Former Florida Marlin Sentenced to 4 Years for Con Involving Drug Addicts’ Urine
Nov. 2, 2018 - Thursday in federal court West Palm Beach, Fla., Wayne was sentenced to 46 months in prison, ordered to repay $3.8 million defrauded from insurers, and fined $20,000, after pleading guilty to health care fraud.
Nov 1, 2018 - Virtual reality is being used to help those struggling with addiction. During a therapy session, the headset places patients in realistic virtual situations that help them work through triggers of drug and alcohol addiction... More@NBCDFW.com
2017 - Jacobson, a former heroin addict now afflicted with hepatitis C, tells a tale of redemption and fulfillment through the lives of his players, who came to the United States from Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. He helped some further their education through soccer while others chose their own paths.
Nov 02, 2018 - ...they examined 30,000 rats and mice that were exposed to radiation nine hours a day for two years. The exposures began before birth and continued until they were about 2 years old. More@AJC.com
13 Times Stars Got Very Real About Their Dark Struggles with Addiction in 2018
Nov. 3, 2018 - For as long as Hollywood has existed, drug & alcohol problems have seemed to plague its population. And for almost as long, those struggling from addiction have kept to the shadows, left to suffer in silence, cloaked unfairly in shame. More@EOnline.com
Former bowling alley to become $27M drug rehab center
Nov. 1, 2018 - The pile of rubble and dirt on the site of the former Baker Lanes bowling alley in Cherry Hill will soon be transformed into a $27 million, 90-bed inpatient substance-abuse treatment facility. More@NJ.com
I Allowed My Father Back Into My Life, Even After His Alcoholism Damaged It
October 26, 2018 - I fought anorexia and its many demons throughout high school. All of this aside, the one hardship that united us most significantly was the man once most present in our collective lives: my father.
Oct. 27, 2018 - design of online games has reached a new level of sophistication, appealing to millions of people. There are more than 2.3 billion active gamers in the world this year, of which almost half spend money on games.
Prescription Drug Deaths Jump to Record Highs: 273 Fatalities in San Diego Last Year VIDEO
Oct 26, 2018 -Ten years after Sandy Nolan’s son died of a heroin overdose, the drug abuse problem in San Diego is even worse. More@NBCSanDiego.com
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Nov. 2, 2018 - Every year since RRFF sprouted up in New York, I’ve attended this awesome week-long festival and had a blast meeting sober people. The fest is the brainchild of Leonard Buschel, founder of Writers in Treatment (WIT), a nonprofit organization that helps alcoholic and addicted writers get clean. WIT also publishes the Addiction Recovery Bulletin newsletter, and created the annual Experience Strength and Hope Awards. This year’s big award winner was Jane Velez-Mitchell for her New York Times best-selling memoir, iWANT: My Journey from Addiction and Overconsumption to a Simpler, Honest Life.
Buschel spoke to The Fix about how he got here and what makes this year's RRFF so special.
“After 26 years of abusing everything from Valium to vodka and cocaine to codeine, I crashed and burned. I smoked my breakfast, drank my lunch and snorted my dinner.”
Finally, beaten to his bottom, the depressed and close-to-hopeless Buschel schlepped himself into 12-step recovery at the Betty Ford Center.
Why Everything About the Trump Administration’s New Opioid Video Campaign is Wrong VIDEO
Oct. 24, 2018 - “It’s wrong in about every possible way it could be wrong. It’s really bizarre,” says Maia Szalavitz, addiction journalist, Filter contributor and author of Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction... More@FilterMag.org