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Authorities in a fix over problems in detecting marijuana DUI in Arizona
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With voting on legalization of recreational marijuana to be expected soon in Arizona, law enforcement agencies are concerned about dealing with cases of driving under the influence (DUI) of the drug. Significantly, Arizona is among the ballot initiative states where citizens can directly vote on proposed laws. In November 2016, Arizona voted against the Proposition […]


National Yoga Month: Maryland chooses yoga to tackle opioid addiction among women, teenagers
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In the wake of the rising opioid addiction among U.S. citizens, experts have suggested that a yoga program could help put a brake on the problem. Earlier designed for trauma victims, they feel it could help women and teenagers avoid getting hooked on prescription painkillers. The Maryland Area Health Education Center (AHEC), West, will use […]


Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month: Why some women opt out of post-treatment care
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Addiction is a problem that many people face irrespective of their race, gender and social status. The extent of addiction problems depends on the nature of the substance one is addicted to. Treatment is essential for individuals with an addiction to ensure complete recovery. However, many women with substance use disorder (SUD) tend to commit […]


Couple arrested for giving drugs to newborn for hiding her withdrawal symptoms

A couple in Utah has been arrested for allegedly giving prescription pain medicine Suboxone to their newborn daughter the day she was born. According to the police, on April 9, 2017, when the medical staff at Utah Valley Hospital were out of the room, Lacey Dawn Christenson (26) and Colby Glen Wilde (29), crushed Suboxone […]


Spike in opioid-related inpatient stays among women
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When it comes to the American opioid crisis, men have traditionally been known to have a higher hospital admission rate. However, as per a new report by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), it seems like the female population across the U.S. has also caught up. According to the report, the period between […]


Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week: Woman who stood between America and birth defects epidemic
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Birth defects are the major public health issue in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), birth defects affect about 3 percent of all babies born in the country each year and account for 20 percent of all infant deaths. Research shows that prenatal substance abuse is a leading […]


Protection of substance abuse records

Despite the recognition that addiction is a disease that affects the brain, the view that people with substance use disorders are weak, dangerous or incompetent is still very common in society. Stigma makes people more reluctant to acknowledge that they have a problem and to seek treatment. People may fear being labeled negatively, excluded and […]


Help for mothers in need of addiction treatment

Pam is a single mother of two beautiful little girls, Patty and Penny. Patty is a curious, but affectionate 6-year-old. Penny is a very smart 4-year-old, but prone to temper tantrums. Pam works nights at a convenience store and struggles to make ends meet. She was never much of a drinker and always tried to […]


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