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Police Investigation Leads to Cocaine Bust

  March 29, 2013   No comments

In West Virginia where drug abuse is running ramped, police have made a major bust.  A recent multicounty law enforcement investigation has lead to one of the largest crack cocaine

Overdose Can Do More Than Just Kill You

  March 28, 2013   No comments

A quadriplegic is now unable to speak due to a prescription drug overdose. In 2005 he overdosed on OxyContin at a friend’s house. He suffered a heart attack and two

Drug Court Embraces Treatment

  March 27, 2013   No comments

In Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, there is a Drug Court Program that was established in April 2006 and is an innovative approach to disposing of drug-fueled criminal offenses by offering participants

Teen Mom 2 Star Leave Rehab

  March 26, 2013   No comments

MTV Reality TV Star on the Show Teen Mom 2, Janelle Evans has checked herself out of rehab after only four days. Reports have said that she has previously walked

Traffic Stop Yields Major Drug Bust

  March 25, 2013   No comments

Police in Idaho reported a traffic stop led to the seizure of 52 pounds of methamphetamine and 27 pounds of cocaine worth $2.2 million. A simple traffic stop after the

Alcohol is More Dangerous

  March 22, 2013   No comments

Alcohol plays a powerful role in our cultural and research has proven that it is more dangerous and destructive than heroin and cocaine. Alcohol is also the number one factor

Cocaine is Not Just a City Problem

  March 21, 2013   No comments

Nine men have pleaded guilty in federal court in the past three years to dealing at least 5 kilograms in two small counties in Virginia. One kilogram – which is

Babysitter Murders Infant During Heroin Withdrawal

  March 20, 2013   No comments

A Babysitter in Norristown suffocated an infant to death while suffering from the effects of heroin withdrawal. The babysitter is an admitted heroin user and stated that she was going

Legislation to Address Addicted Children

  March 19, 2013   No comments

Tennessee Health officials and law enforcement are at odds over proposed legislation regarding children born addicted to prescription drugs. The Legislation, “Safe Harbor Act,” is supported by doctors and other

Drinking Young Creates Heavy Drinkers

  March 18, 2013   No comments

A study out of St. Louis has found that people that drink before they are more likely to turn out to be binge drinkers. The study tracked the long-term drinking