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  1. Cannabis-oil doc says buyer bewareRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 5 | Journal Gazette

    An Indiana doctor is warning patients to be careful when buying cannabidiol following the recent state law that authorized the widespread sale of the cannabis-derived oil.

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  2. Surprise PNP drug test yields negativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Sun-Star

    THE unannounced drug test for the police anti-narcotics operatives in Northern Mindanao late last month yielded negative results, the Northern Mindanao police said over the weekend. Chief Superintendent Timoteo Pacleb, police regional director for Northern Mindanao, said the 1,000 policemen assigned to the different drug enforcement units in the region tested negative for drug use.

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  3. Ballarat's drug drivers don't realise they're still impaired: policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | The Courier

    POLICE say they continue to be shocked by the amount of drivers caught driving under the impairment of drugs or alcohol, with a number caught in blitzes so far this week. Highway Patrol officers have been targeting roads with random breath and drug tests throughout the region and are concerned by the amount of drug drivers being found on the roads.

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  4. Doctor: Patients should be careful of scams when buying CBD oilRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | CBS Atlanta

    An Indiana doctor is warning patients to be careful when purchasing cannabidiol following the recent state law that authorized the widespread sale of the cannabis-derived oil. Dr. Gary Gettelfinger, who practices out of IU Health Pain Center in Bloomington, has provided the supplement to more than 500 patients since it first became legal in Indiana to treat children with epilepsy, the Kokomo Tribune reported .

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  5. Indiana doctor: Patients should be careful when buying CBDRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | WHIO

    An Indiana doctor is warning patients to be careful when purchasing cannabidiol following the recent state law that authorized the widespread sale of the cannabis-derived oil. Dr. Gary Gettelfinger, who practices out of IU Health Pain Center in Bloomington, has provided the supplement to more than 500 patients since it first became legal in Indiana to treat children with epilepsy, the Kokomo Tribune reported .

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  6. Asphalt melts and dogs don shoes as Europe wilts under heat wavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | The Japan Times

    Europe sweltered Saturday in intense heat with temperatures due to hit near-record highs of 46 degrees in Portugal, while elsewhere high temperatures melted the asphalt or saw police dogs fitted with shoes. The heat wave was expected to reach its peak on Saturday, said Paula Leitao of the Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere , with the city of Setubal not far from Lisbon due to reach highs of 46 during the day.

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  7. Drug tests for gamers as soccer's eWorld Cup jackpot climbs nearly tenfoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | The Japan Times

    The players finished their soccer matches and huddled waiting to discover who would have to undergo doping tests. The random draw completed, two men went off to provide urine samples.

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  8. Kenyan athlete Kabuu provisionally suspendedRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 4 | Newkerala.com

    Nairobi, Aug 4 : Another high profile athlete from Kenya, Lucy Wangui Kabuu has been suspended after testing positive for banned narcotics, the Athlete Integrity Unit announced on Saturday. According to the AIU, which is an IAAF unit charged to monitor doping among the athletes, former Commonwealth Games champion Kabuu, 34, who has run under the two hours and 20 minutes in marathon, is provisionally suspended after testing positive for banned narcotic morphine, reports Xinhua news agency.

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  9. A show of strong leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | Castanet.net

    In an effort to show good governance and strong leadership, the Splatsin chief and council agreed to undergo a three-month volunteer testing for illicit drug use. "With the legalization of cannabis by the federal government, and the ongoing social issues concerning addictions, this council felt strongly that we need to be transparent and do this drug test," stated Wayne Christian, Splatsin Chief.

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  10. CourtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | Sentinel

    Charles P. Doyle, 74, of Bancroft, Iowa; Robert L. Spencer, 32, of Long Beach, Calif.; Christopher M. Tippmann, 48, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Kendal R. Colvin, 43, of Des Moines, Iowa; Jamie J. Dean, 39, of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa; Katherine P. Bruns, 20, of Carmel, Ind.; each fined $125. Failure to wear seat belt while in a motor vehicle - James R. Mills, 76, of Bricelyn; Sarah M. Hebert, 39, of Truman; each fined $110.

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  11. Bigger, better Tallawahs - RichardsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | The Gleaner

    Andrew Richardson, team manager of the Jamaica Tallawahs, said the team is in high spirits and looking forward to the start of the Caribbean Premier League competition, which begins on August 8. Richardson told The Gleaner that they have assembled a very powerful team for this year's championships and he is very confident that they will do much better than last year. The Tallawahs were knocked out at the quarter-finals stage last season.

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  12. Woman overcomes heroin addictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | WECT-TV Wilmington

    Yvette Barbour could have been one of those stories. Her husband, Michael Barbour, is.

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  13. Russian High-Jumper Lysenko Barred From European Meet After Missing Doping TestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Weekday Magazine

    Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko has been provisionally suspended for missing doping tests and will not compete at the upcoming European championships, the world ruling body for athletics says. The International Association of Athletics Federations on August 3 said Lysenko had been stripped of his status as an Authorized Neutral Athlete after failing to "provide whereabouts information" and to make himself available for testing required under IAAF rules.

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  14. Three purses held from Rainbow Derby and Futurity pending outcome ofaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Ruidoso News

    The New Mexico Racing Commission is holding the purses won by three horses in the Rainbow Derby and Futurity at Ruidoso Downs pending the outcome of further testing to determine possible drug violations Three purses from Rainbow Derby and Futurity held pending drug ruling The New Mexico Racing Commission is holding the purses won by three horses in the Rainbow Derby and Futurity at Ruidoso Downs pending the outcome of further testing to determine possible drug violations Check out this story on ruidosonews.com: Three purses from winners in the Rainbow Derby and Futurity races at Ruidoso Downs are being held pending the outcome of follow-up drug testing and resulting adjudication.

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  15. 'I didn't mean to take it' - Metcalfe stripped of titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | RTE.ie

    Evan Metcalfe has been stripped of his Irish Elite senior title and banned for four months as a result of a failed drug test. The Dublin bantamweight, who fights for the recently created Hyland Academy, defeated Thomas McCarthy in February to secure the Irish title, but that result has now been "disqualified", as confirmed by a joint press release from the Irish Athletic Boxing Association and Sport Ireland.

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  16. IAAF revokes neutral status of Russian high jumper LysenkoRead the original story

    Friday Aug 3 | The New Zealand Herald

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  17. Opioidsa impact on Ohioa s workforceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Troy Daily News

    Despite all these job openings in Ohio, we still have a historically high number of people out of the workforce altogether. I believe it is because the opioid epidemic gripping our state has depleted the pool of workers and stunted our full economic potential.

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  18. Dealers return to the streets thanks to steep drug analysis backlogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Fox News

    "Grind it, dissolve it, mix it up," scientist Karlie McManaman described, as she ran through the same routine she's performed for six years at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation - analyzing drugs. But in recent months, longer, busier days in the lab are becoming the norm for McManaman, as a mounting workload literally piles up behind her.

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  19. IAAF revokes neutral status of Russian high jumper LysenkoIAAF...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Houston Chronicle

    The IAAF revoked the neutral status of Russian high jumper Danil Lysenko on Friday, preventing the world indoor champion from competing in the European Championships in Berlin next week. The IAAF doping review board made the decision after its Athletics Integrity Unit provisionally suspended Lysenko for failing to provide his whereabouts and making himself unavailable for out-of-competition doping tests.

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  20. Sport24.co.za | Lysenko suspended after missed dope testRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | News24

    Russian high jumper Danil Lysenko will not compete at the European championships after being provisionally suspended for missing doping tests, athletics' world ruling body the IAAF said on Friday. Lysenko, the world indoor champion, was one of 74 athletes vetted by an anti-doping panel and allowed to compete under a neutral flag despite the ongoing ban on Russian athletes in the wake of a major doping and corruption scandal in 2015.

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