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Pain (INACTIVE)

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  • Doctor demands federal agents return records seized in pain clinic raid

    Doctor demands federal agents return records seized in pain clinic raid
    A South Florida doctor says he was "healing, not dealing" when federal agents raided the Hallandale Beach pain management clinic where he worked and seized his patient and business records. Two years later, Dr. John Bennett hasn't been charged with...
  • The Hidden Drug Epidemic In Connecticut

    For the past decade or so, more people have died in Connecticut each year from unintentional drug overdoses than from automobile accidents. The drugs involved are mostly prescription painkillers, not illegal substances such as heroin. It's a hidden...
  • Ex-Ravens QB Cullen Finnerty died of pneumonia, had degenerative brain disease, autopsy says

    Ex-Ravens QB Cullen Finnerty died of pneumonia, had degenerative brain disease, autopsy says
    Former Ravens reserve quarterback Cullen Finnerty died from pneumonia triggered by swallowing his own vomit, according to an autopsy report published today by the Associated Press. Finnerty was also diagnosed with the degenerative brain disease, chronic...
  • Debbie Rowe: Michael Jackson's doctors competed to give pain meds

    Often in tears, Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe testified Wednesday that doctors seemed in competition to see who could give him the most powerful painkillers. “Michael had a very low pain tolerance, and his fear of pain was incredible,...
  • Bartender Buddha: Corrissa "Cee Cee" Lafayette of the Tilted Kilt in Wethersfield

    Bartender Buddha: Corrissa "Cee Cee" Lafayette of the Tilted Kilt in Wethersfield
    Corrissa "Cee Cee" Lafayette Found at: Tilted Kilt (Wethersfield)   What can one expect when going to the Tilted Kilt? Expect a lot of fun. Expect a lot of beautiful girls to sit with you, talk to you, build a relationship with you. We are not order...
  • Baltimore Co. pain relief practice resisting probe into meningitis outbreak

    Baltimore Co. pain relief practice resisting probe into meningitis outbreak
    A Baltimore County pain treatment center is resisting involvement in a probe into the deadly national fungal meningitis outbreak linked to tainted steroids last year. Baltimore Pain Management Center, which received some doses of the recalled...
  • Specialist: 'I don't know' if Michael Jackson was a drug addict

    Michael Jackson’s drug use was again the topic of conversation in court Wednesday, where an addiction specialist testified that he saw no evidence the singer was addicted to painkillers or the anesthetic propofol that ultimately led to his death....
  • 7 Md. outpatient centers get subpoenas in meningitis outbreak investigation

    7 Md. outpatient centers get subpoenas in meningitis outbreak investigation
    Seven Maryland health care centers that received tainted steroids linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak will be required to turn over documents and give testimony under subpoenas filed last week in a federal lawsuit. A steering committee of...
  • Paris Jackson took 20 pain relief pills, recording indicates

    A recording of the discussion among emergency personnel related to Paris Jackson’s apparent suicide attempt last week has been released to the media. In the recordings, obtained by the Associated Press, paramedics are told Michael Jackson’...
  • Briefs: Harvard Health Letters

    IMPLANTABLE DEFIBRILLATORS: SIMPLE FIX MAY SAVE LIVES An implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) can be a lifesaving device in someone with a tendency to develop dangerous heart rhythms. An ICD detects the onset of an irregular and potentially fatal...
  • Road to addiction may start with legitimate injury

    Road to addiction may start with legitimate injury
    SOUTH BEND — For Scott Mangus, it started innocently enough. Mangus, a LaPorte native, was in a motorcycle crash in 2004 while spending his college spring break in Thailand. Doctors there prescribed him a narcotic pain medicine for his injuries,...