RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Substance Abuse (INACTIVE)

A collection of news and information related to Substance Abuse (INACTIVE) published by this site and its partners.

Top Substance Abuse (INACTIVE) Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Separate fact from fiction about pain medication and addiction

    whatdoctorsknow.com When it comes to prescription pain medications, there's a lot of misinformation out there. Whether you're searching for information about how such drugs can help you relieve pain or reading the latest tabloid tale of a celebrity...
  • Audition notice: 'Lombardi'

    Auditions for 'Lombardi' will be held at the Bay Street Players' Historic Theatre at 109 North Bay Street, Eustis on: December 18th at 7:00-9:00pm No Appointment Necessary Auditions are cold readings from the script. CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS...
  • Country Singer Ray Price Dies at 87

    Singer-bandleader Ray Price, who crafted dozens of country hits ranging from the hardest honky-tonk to the lushest pop during a seven-decade career, has died. He was 87. In November 2012, Price told the press he had been receiving treatment for...
  • Moderate drinking good for immune system, new study shows

    Moderate drinking good for immune system, new study shows
    Just in time for the holidays comes this welcome news: Moderate drinking may be good for you. Medical science has known for years that those who drink alcohol in moderation have a reduced risk of death, are healthier and have better heart function...
  • L.A. County plans push for more state prison realignment money

    Los Angeles County officials agreed Tuesday to step up lobbying of the Legislature for more money to jail and care for lower-level felons who became the responsibility of counties under state prison realignment. The law, implemented two years ago, was...
  • More teens think pot is safe, alcohol and drug use down, survey finds

    Fewer adolescents think smoking pot is risky than a decade ago, but the use of other drugs, including “bath salts,” Ecstasy and tobacco, dropped in the same period, according to an annual nationwide survey. The Monitoring the Future survey,...
  • Dwyer's bid for reduced sentence is denied

    Dwyer's bid for reduced sentence is denied
    A judge has denied Del. Donald Dwyer's request to shorten his 60-day jail sentence in drunken driving and drunken boating cases, the delegate's lawyer said. Attorney David Fischer of Glen Burnie asked for a hearing on reducing the jail term, which Dwyer...
  • Doctor testifies meth use killed homeless man beaten by police

    Challenging the heart of the prosecution's case, a forensic pathologist told jurors Wednesday that heavy meth use — and not a severe police beating in the streets of Fullerton — killed a homeless man who was a familiar face in the college...
  • Boardwalk hit-and-run suspect tested positive for alcohol, police say

    The man charged in August's fatal hit-and-run on the Venice boardwalk had a blood-alcohol level of 0.16% -- twice the legal limit -- when police tested his breath five hours after the incident, according to testimony at a preliminary hearing Wednesday....
  • The code of shame

    "I'm dying to know what it's like to love somebody -- to know what it feels like to be wanted." -- Art Corneau So we need a documentary to break the Code of Shame. It's called "A Hard Name" and came out in 2009; it ran on Canadian public television. (The...
  • After uncle's execution, North Korea's Kim Jong Un reappears in public

    After uncle's execution, North Korea's Kim Jong Un reappears in public
    SEOUL -- Leading up to the second anniversary of the death of former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, the Kim family has reappeared in public, only a few days after the reported execution of the current leader's uncle. Following the announcement of Jang...