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Sick Kids shuts down hair tests
at Motherisk lab
The Hospital for Sick Children has
permanently discontinued hair drug and
alcohol tests at its embattled Motherisk
Drug Testing Laboratory after an internal
review “further explored and validated”
previous, and as yet undisclosed, “questions
|Fox News Insider – David Murray, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, joined Anna Kooiman on "Fox and Friends Weekend" to share some insight on the dangerous new drugs that people are experimenting with across the country.|
Yahoo News - A pungent cloud of
marijuana smoke will be wafting over many
parts of Canada on Monday. Yes, it’s 4/20
again, the unofficial holiday that openly
celebrates pot, reefer, ganga, weed, Mary
Jane or whatever you like to call it.
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Habitude Addiction Program
Dentist who removed all of a German patient’s teeth in a bid to cure his erectile dysfunction is ordered to pay £14,000 compensation
Soccer Mom’s Secret Heroin
Daily Beast - Not infrequently, I
get emails from readers of my blog—dedicated
to medical horror stories—describing their
own encounters. The stories they tell are
often uncomfortable, ones they’re too shy to
discuss with their own doctors. As a trauma
surgeon who maintains anonymity, I seem to
have become a safe harbor for unconventional
medical anxieties. |
Most of the questions I get are fairly routine, “What’s this lump on my ass?” kind of thing. But every now and then I get one that throws me for a loop. Enter Candace. I received an email from Candace (not her real name) last week and was immediately struck by her story. More...
Medical News Today -
who do not benefit from conventional
addiction treatments should receive
heroin-assisted therapy. This is
according to a Canadian professor,
whose views were recently published
in The BMJ.
Medical News Today
Women receiving prescription opioids
while pregnant are at increased risk
of their babies having neonatal
abstinence syndrome - a drug
withdrawal syndrome traditionally
linked with illicit drug use during
In 2012, an estimated 259 million prescriptions were written for opioid pain relievers in the US - enough for one prescription for every American adult.
The new study - conducted by researchers from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN, and published in the journal Pediatrics - shows that opioid pain relievers such as hydrocone are commonly being prescribed to pregnant women, resulting in an elevated risk for neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS). More...
Take a look inside the brains of mice on drugs
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