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Heroin Epidemic: Man's Suspected Overdose Death Shines Light on Treatment

Heroin Epidemic: Man's suspected overdose death shines light on treatment
Brandt met Wirtz and his family, who did not wish to comment for this story, in October at a town hall forum on suburban heroin abuse in Solon. There, Wirtz … The patient is admitted for a period until they are "healed," and then released as if cured …
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Jimmy Ryser: Addicts are set up to die by today's medical standards
A simple pain incident coupled with a prescribed opioid can reactivate the neurotransmitter cascade that becomes relapse. Then drinking. Then heroin and death. That fast. Time in recovery means absolutely nothing to the addict's brain. There is no cure …
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Gambling addiction nothing to play around with
Like crimes related to drug addiction, if the answer is yes, it's a sign of heavy dependence. A man plays a gambling machine … These stricter rules often end up driving addicts to slot machines in gaming arcades and bars, that are not regulated and …
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The events and meetings this coming week
Brian Joyce of Milton, this week advanced a version of the bill that does not include an authorization for $ 250 million in borrowing for the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust and up to $ 200 million for infrastructure from capital gains revenues …
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