More than 50,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year, pushed to new heights by heroin abuse and prescription opioid painkillers.
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The Philippines’ Commission on Higher Education is now in consideration of making drug testing mandatory for incoming college students.
The Office of Drug Policy seeks to elicit, motivate and coordinate Louisiana organizations, agencies, entities and individuals toward the goal of eradicating drug and alcohol abuse in Louisiana.
UNSW researchers have identified new brain pathways linked to addiction and shown that by manipulating them, drug seeking behaviour and motivation for alcohol can be reduced.
Research is mixed as to the benefits of random drug testing in schools, but about 27% of high schools randomly drug test some of their students, including those who participate in athletics or other extra-curricular activities.
VADA notified the WBC that Bermane Stiverne’s anti-doping test taken from his November 4, 2016 sample found the banned substance methylhexaneamine (also known as dimethyamylamine or “DMAA”).
Police Chief Matt Mansell says the home drug test kits now available can help parents monitor the activities of their teens and help teens say no to their friends who pressure them to try drugs.
Trent Williams is not offering details about how he ended up getting suspended for four games at the season’s midpoint, apart from the six-sentence statement the team issued within minutes of the announcement.
Trump’s comments about Clinton came as he laid out his policy to combat drug abuse and trafficking while speaking in New Hampshire, a state that has become a flashpoint of opioid and heroin abuse.
After an international draft protest prompted Major League Baseball to cancel its Dominican national showcase last week, MLB quickly responded by surprising players with drug tests.
State Sen. Elizabeth Little, R-Queensbury, said she is poised to introduce legislation to require drug testing for infant and toddler children of parents arrested for possession of “serious” drugs such as heroin.
At the outset of the 1990s, the Metropolitan Police Department began making thousands of arrests every year using inexpensive test kits meant to detect illegal drugs. But now….