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Detroit Free Press
Bloomfield Hills dentist to pay $125,000 for writing unnecessary prescriptions for patients
A Bloomfield Hills dentist has agreed to pay $125,000 to settle claims that he wrote hundreds of unnecessary prescriptions for patients, including two Birmingham Public Schools bus drivers, the U.S. Attorney's office announced today.
Fire Rescue Magazine
A Vague Complaint of Back Pain Could Mean Many Different Problems
Too soon after you and your partner sit down to watch the game, the tones sound that send you to care for a 55-year-old male with lower back pain.
Acorda Therapeutics presents new data on Diazepam nasal spray
Acorda Therapeutics presents new data on Diazepam nasal spray Acorda Therapeutics announced that new data from a pharmacokinetics study on Diazepam Nasal Spray found comparable pharmacokinetics whether the drug was administered during or immediately after a seizure.
Mother Calls for Legalization of Cannabis Oil to Help Daughter's Seizures
A Madison family is pleading for help for their 16 month old baby girl. Charlotte Dalton has seizures almost daily, some lasting almost an hour long.
Grant Helps Program Continue Training Senior Drivers
For the seventh consecutive year, the Training, Research and Education for Driving Safety program at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has been awarded a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety that will help keep our roadways and senior drivers safe through professional training.
Number Of Drug Addicted Infants Soars
An alarming increase in the rate of drug dependent infants is being reported and state officials want to curb the problem.