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Philip Seymour Hoffman and the Victims and Villains of the Drug Trade

Philip Seymour Hoffman and the Victims and Villains of the Drug Trade
An aging jazz musician, a young kid, an addict in withdrawal – these are the villains of drug cases. Here is the reality. People do drugs, even though they are terrible and destroy the user's life and the lives of those who love him. Philip Seymour …
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Time for Greens to Get Radical
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the morphine derivative is both the most abused and addictive drug in its class. Once in the system, it binds with opioid receptor cells that send … Exuberant and creative, he moved to New York City …
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Grifter Congressman Facing Ethics Investigation
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the morphine derivative is both the most abused and addictive drug in its class. Once in the system, it binds with opioid receptor cells that send … Exuberant and creative, he moved to New York City …
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The Return of the Jazz Age
She doesn't look like Lady Day (too curvy and much too healthy to be a heroin-addicted drunk), and she certainly doesn't sound like one of the most uniquely swinging voices in the history of jazz. But she's done her research like an architect digging …
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