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A closed sign is seen taped to the door of the Cabana Pharmacy after it was raided by the City of Miami Police Department's Crime Suppression Unit and Florida Department of Health on October 14, 2011, in Miami, Florida.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Slowly and trembling, she inserted the needle into a sponge and continued rescue breathing on the plastic mannequin.
New Zealanders are popping prescription pills with alarming regularity, and a painkiller known as "hillbilly heroin" is being handed out too easily.
Law enforcement's disregard for basic legal protections in the case is shocking.
Utah law enforcement officials searched, without a warrant, the prescription drug records of 480 public paramedics, firefighters and other personnel to try to figure out who was stealing morphine from emergency vehicles.
Working at EvergreenHealth Medical Center, Kelly Schwartz is alleged to have swapped morphine and similar drugs with saline solution before leaving syringes loaded with diluted painkillers at the hospital dispensary.
TOO MUCH PAIN: Jean Redman takes morphine every day since a bungled operation three years ago, in which a replacement hip was fitted at the wrong angle.
A nurse who stole medication from patients at a seniors home to feed her drug addiction has been given house arrest.
A correspondent from the UK sends me an article about a man arrested for providing a morphine patch for his demented wife newly in a care home.
My mom is identical twin. One night she woke up with her left arm burning and aching.
An 83-year-old man was arrested and locked up for seven hours for giving his wife medication at a care home An 83-year-old man was arrested and locked up for seven hours for giving his wife medication at a care home.
The death of a Marietta student at the University of Georgia has been ruled an accidental overdose.
Greene, a now-39-year-old nurse, was convicted by a jury last Thursday of homicide by child abuse, involuntary manslaughter and unlawful conduct towards a child in what has been deemed a case of "negligent breastfeeding."
Anthony McFarlane, 65, died at home in Central Avenue, Oswaldtwistle, on December 10 last year, after taking a deliberate over-dose of prescribed morphine the day before.