FDA Deliberates Tightening Controls on Hydrocodone to Stem Drug Abuse

Hydrocodone and Oxycodone Equally Addictive, says DEA, and Patients Could be Drug Abusers The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been pushing for years for hydrocodone to be reclassified, from Schedule III to Schedule II, because of wide-spread drug abuse. Doctors who treat chronic pain and illness have argued differently, at the same time … [Read more...]

“Prom Promise” To Help End Juvenile DUI

“Prom Promise” Demonstration of Juvenile DUI Accident at High School Highlights Dangers Jackson County first responders created a demonstration of a car accident at a local high school as part of Alabama’s “Prom Promise” initiative, which aims to prevent juvenile DUI during the party-heavy prom season this spring. The demonstration is a faked car … [Read more...]

South African Olympic Star Faces Criminal Charges for Murder

Olympic and Paralympic Star Fatally Shot Woman Outside of His Home Although the woman’s name has currently been unconfirmed, Oscar Pistorius – a 26-year-old South African athlete who became famous for becoming the first double amputee to compete in the Olympics in 2012 – has been arrested on criminal charges for fatally shooting his alleged … [Read more...]

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