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  1. The NFL's Problem with Pain: Part OneRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Canal Street Chronicles

    Playing football is a brutal past time. Boasting nearly a 100% injury rate coupled with some of the lowest median salaries of any major American professional sport, NFL players often retire with the most chronic injuries and the least amount of cash in the bank to show for it.


  2. Report shows what drugs young teens are abusingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    According to data provided by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, overall illicit drug use from 2014-15 seems to be down among 10th and 12th grade students. Among 8th graders, it has increased by 0.2 percent.


  3. Prescription Drug AbuseRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | NBC2 News

    Dr. Ojash Raval, an urgent care provider with Lee Memorial Health System, says the side effects of taking too much pain medication can be serious. "It's addictive in nature.


  4. Case of aggravated domestic battery goes to juryRead the original story

    Yesterday | The News-Gazette

    An Urbana man accused of choking the mother of his child until all the blood vessels in her eyes broke told a jury Thursday he did not do that. Jeromy Ramm, 40, suggested in his hour-long testimony that Candace Brown falsely accused him of battering her because she was upset with him for going out with another woman the night Brown claimed he attacked her.


  5. Why kicking the opioid habit can be so toughRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chicago Tribune

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 2 million Americans are now in the throes of prescription opioid abuse or dependence. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 2 million Americans are now in the throes of prescription opioid abuse or dependence.


  6. The end of the road for me' A woman's path from pain to addiction to recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Thomasville Times

    Sheila Lefler, a recovering opioid addict, unloads a box of donated produce at Caring Services, Inc. on Chestnut Drive where she works in food services. Lefler, also a client of Caring Services, Inc., is grateful for their program and for giving her a new start in life.


  7. Heroin's human toll: Workplace injury left man Lorain man addicted to painkillers, heroinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 |

    Brandon McGinnis took painkillers to ease discomfort from a debilitating workplace injury. But Lori never thought her son - who even had a fear of needles - would use heroin.


  8. Kim Marie Stevenson v. Carolyn ColvinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | FindLaw

    Kim Stevenson was denied disability benefits after claiming that she was disabled primarily by a left-wrist injury. An administrative law judge found that, despite this injury and its attendant limitations, she retained the residual functional capacity to perform past relevant work as a teacher aide-computer coach.


  9. Ending the opioid epidemic is within our graspRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Hill

    It's ground zero for an epidemic that is taking away the lives of thousands of people each year. No family or community is immune from opioid abuse and every day 78 people in this country die from an overdose.


  10. Could a unique shot help kick a heroin habit?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    It's an office based treatment that's allowing some patients to bypass long waiting lists at the state's treatment hubs. Unlike methadone and buprenorphine, Vivitrol is not another opiate.


  11. VOICES of the EPIDEMICRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Folio Weekly

    John says Roxicodone and similar prescription opioids like Oxycontin, Percocet, Vicodin and Hydrocodone were the main drugs people started using around the time he dropped out of college.


  12. Defendant in Beck case sentenced for drug convictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

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  13. 'Pill mill' doctor gets 4 years prison for giving painkillers to 250 patients a dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 |

    A Monroe doctor was sentenced Tuesday to four years and nine months in prison for running a "pain management" facility that illegally distributed unnecessary prescription drugs to as many as 250 patients a day over three years. Federal agents and prosecutors claimed Oscar Linares, 59, at times pre-signed prescription pads for employees who gave patients access to drugs without a doctor's involvement.


  14. Common Surgeries Raise Risk for Opioid Dependence: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | MedicineNet

    After knee surgery and other common operations, patients have an elevated risk of growing dependent on opioid painkillers, a new study finds. These prescription painkillers include hydrocodone , oxycodone and fentanyl, the narcotic implicated in the April 21 death of rock legend Prince.


  15. Latest tactic in opioid control: Take pain out of the mix in patient surveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 10 |

    Doctors have long complained about patients demanding inappropriate treatment, especially addictive opioid painkillers. Many say they feel forced to comply for fear they will be rated poorly by patients on the internet or even more official surveys.


  16. 'Matt Harvey isn't making the TOS mistake I made'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | New York Post

    "People need to understand that this is not a death sentence and he can come back from it with no problem," said former Mets prospect Brant Rustich, who underwent the procedure in 2010. "People might think with thoracic outlet syndrome, you're done, but it's not like having a labrum surgery.


  17. Here's what we learned from the Calvin Johnson interviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Pride of Detroit

    There's a lot to process from ESPN's E:60 program Thursday night, when Michael Smith sat down with former Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson for the first major interview after Johnson's career came to an end earlier this year. The interview touched on multiple points - notably the conceit of whether he would have maybe stayed longer if the Lions were contending and the nature of getting injured playing football.


  18. Calvin Johnson's Retirement Reveals Pain Impossible to Ignore for NFL PlayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | BleacherReport

    On the phone is a former teammate of future Hall of Fame receiver Calvin Johnson . The player remembers a conversation he once had with a small group of Lions teammates, including Johnson.


  19. Unexpected side effects of popping pills: Research shows common painkillers can reduce empathyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Salon

    Is it possible that an incredibly common drug ingredient has side effects most users would never expect? A new study suggests that acetaminophen, an ingredient in more than 600 different over-the-counter and prescription medications, makes those who take it not only less sensitive to their own pain, but less empathic to physical and social pain suffered by others. An active ingredient in a slew of brands including Tylenol, Midol, Robitussin, NyQuil, Percocet and Vicodin, acetaminophen is present in drugs taken by 23 percent, or 52 million, U.S. adults each week, according to the Consumer Healthcare Products Association.


  20. Calvin Johnson reveals the scary truth behind NFL injuries :0Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | New York Post

    There comes a point when using painkillers "like candy" isn't worth it anymore, even for an NFL player at the peak of his career. Former Lions receiver Calvin Johnson shocked the NFL when he decided to retire in March after an exceptional career.