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  1. Teens who play sports less likely to say they've done heroinRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Fox News

    Teens who play sports are less likely than those who don't to say they've ever used opioid painkillers without a prescription or heroin, according to a new U.S. study. Researchers also found that opioid and heroin use declined among teen sports players between 1997 and 2014, a period when overall use of these drugs was increasing in the U.S. Young athletes, in general, are less likely than their nonparticipating peers to use illicit substances like cocaine or LSD, said lead author Philip Veliz of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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  2. 'Help me Conrad, please help me'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    Dr Conrad Murray was convicted for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson and served two years in prison. Now he's written a tell-all book.

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  3. Teens who play sports less likely to say they've done heroinRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Reuters

    Teens who play sports are less likely than those who don't to say they've ever used opioid painkillers without a prescription or heroin, according to a new U.S. study. Researchers also found that opioid and heroin use declined among teen sports players between 1997 and 2014, a period when overall use of these drugs was increasing in the U.S. Young athletes, in general, are less likely than their nonparticipating peers to use illicit substances like cocaine or LSD, said lead author Philip Veliz of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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  4. Elvis' Stepbrother Reveals the King's Drug Addiction Almost Caused Him to Choke to DeathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | People

    When Elvis Presley died in August 1977, the world was shocked: the vibrant performer was only 42. Decades later, it has become well-known that Presley's final years were filled with drug use - the Blue Hawaii heartthrob was no more. In My Brother Elvis: The Final Years , a new memoir by the late star's stepbrother David E. Stanley, the extent of Presley's substance abuse is outlined in shocking detail.

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  5. Michael Jackson Memorial AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | NewsBlaze

    Today, June 25th 2016, marks the seventh year anniversary of the death of 'Pop Star Icon Singer' Michael Jackson. When the shocking news of Jackson's death was announced seven years ago, the world seemingly came to a halt.

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  6. Inside Michael Jackson's Final Hours: The Startling Revelations from the New Book 83 MinutesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | People

    In early 2009, Michael Jackson thought he had found the answer to his failing health: a new personal physician named Conrad Murray . The relationship - which he'd hoped would help him recapture the energy needed for his anticipated "This Is It" tour - ultimately proved fatal.

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  7. Opioids: Allergy vs. PseudoallergyRead the original story

    May 31, 2016 | US Pharmacist

    US Pharm. 2006;7:HS-5-HS-9. There is growing evidence that numerous drug-induced allergies are not mediated by the pathogenic role of allergen-specific immunoglobulin E .

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  8. This one-paragraph letter may have launched the opioid epidemicRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Silicon Alley Insider

    This explosion in opioid prescriptions began in the early 1990s with "a big push" from medical groups that doctors were under-treating pain, according to Dr. Ted Cicero, a professor of psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis and an opiate-use researcher. One of the primary justifications for this increase, used by doctors, pharmaceutical companies, and researchers alike was a single paragraph printed in the To the Editor: Recently, we examined our current files to determine the incidence of narcotic addiction in 39,946 hospitalized medical patients' who were monitored consecutively.

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  9. I-Team: 'Most Beautiful' Doctor Accused of Selling OpioidsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2016 | NBC New York

    A surgeon once named among "The Most Beautiful Doctors in America" has been accused of plying a former patient with "massive amounts of opiates" and charging her as much as $7,000 a day for multiple doses of highly addictive painkillers, according to a suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court. A $3 million malpractice suit filed by Maria Angeles Liberatore alleges that Dr. David Gruener, a cardiovascular surgeon who frequently makes TV appearances, turned his prescription pad into a cash machine, dosing her with almost 1,300 shots of Demerol and Dialuded, powerful opioids used to treat pain.

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  10. Former Sister of Charity Hospital Nurse Admits to Stealing Pain MedicationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Your News Now

    A former nurse from Sister of Charity Hospital won't be spending time behind bars after admitting to stealing pain medicine. U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Wolford sentenced Leyla Samadi to five years probation Wednesday instead of the maximum four years in prison that she faced.

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  11. HaloperidolRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Chemistry World

    This week, a compound born from attempts to make synthetic painkillers, but rapidly adopted as an essential medicine for schizophrenia. Here's Raychelle Burks.

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  12. Opioid overdoses a national, Erie epidemicRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Erie Times News

    Sam Riazzi was photographed April 29 at World Gutter Systems in Erie, where he works as the operations manager. Riazzi, 41, was addicted to prescription painkillers, then heroin, before getting sober two years ago.

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  13. Anesthesiologist charged after overdosing between surgeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2016 | PennLive.com

    Gregory George Theodore, 61, of Carlisle, was charged Tuesday before District Judge Susan Day in South Middleton Township. He is in Cumberland County Prison on $50,000 bail.

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  14. Va. hospitals develop new guidelines for prescribing opioids to combat abuse, addictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 | WRIC-TV Richmond

    A task force established to examine ways to reduce opioid abuse has released a new set of recommendations to help guide hospital emergency departments in a time when prescription drug abuse has skyrocketed. "Our hospitals and our physicians, our clinicians across the country are on a frontline that knows no boundary," said John Duval with the VCU Health System.

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  15. Beyond "Infinite Jest"Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2016 | New Yorker

    What if an author put forth goals for his fiction so intelligent yet modest, so comprehensive yet dignified, that the reader would not-could not-forget them? Something like this happened to David Foster Wallace when he sat for an interview with Larry McCaffery, for the summer 1993 issue of the Review of Contemporary Fiction . Wallace talked about rap and postmodernism, his idea of good fiction and bad , and the shape of the literary landscape.

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  16. Shoegazers Nothing Meet Michael Jackson in Afterlife in Surreal New VideoRead the original story

    Mar 29, 2016 | RollingStone

    Watch the surreal new video for Nothing's song "Eaten by Worms" off the band's forthcoming second album 'Tired of Tomorrow.' Philadelphian shoegazers Nothing won wide-spread acclaim with their gauzy 2014 debut Guilty of Everything , earning positive comparisons to Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine and their atmospheric ilk; now the band is set to release its follow-up, the even more feedback- and tear-soaked Tired of Tomorrow .

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  17. Beyond "Infinite Jest"Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2016 | New Yorker

    What if an author put forth goals for his fiction so intelligent yet modest, so comprehensive yet dignified, that the reader would not-could not-forget them? Something like this happened to David Foster Wallace when he sat for an interview with Larry McCaffery, for the summer 1993 issue of the Review of Contemporary Fiction . Wallace talked about rap and postmodernism, his idea of good fiction and bad , and the shape of the literary landscape.

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  18. Woman's story of opioid abuse offers look inside US epidemicRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2016 | The Janesville Gazette

    Rachelle Allen boards a bus to go to work in Kansas City on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. Rachelle Allen hangs a mirror on Feb. 25, 2016 in her downtown apartment in Kansas City, Mo.

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  19. In Response To Addiction Epidemic, FDA Updates Warning Labels For PainkillersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2016 | ThinkProgress

    Faced with an all-time national high of opioid-induced overdoses, the Food and Drug Administration rolled out strict new guidelines for labeling addictive painkillers Tuesday afternoon. These new rules will require fast-acting opioid-based drugs, like OxyContin, Demerol, Percocet, and Vicodin, to come with a new warning about the serious risks of abuse, addiction, overdose, and deaths linked to the painkiller.

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  20. Beardley shares memories of '82 marathon, love of runningRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2016 | Martinsville Bulletin

    Dick Beardsley, a legend within the running community, spoke Friday at Patrick Henry Community College to discuss not only running, but also his deeply personal journey through addiction and recovery.

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