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Joe Rice appointed co-lead counsel in opioid multidistrict litigation case
01-22-18 Category: Opioid, Prescription Medication

Nearly a month after the United States Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) decided to centralize the pretrial proceedings of various lawsuits against different pharma majors, U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster on Jan. 4, 2018, appointed Motley Rice co-founder Joe Rice as co-lead counsel in the MDL case. Rice will be joining Paul Hanly Jr. […]

Scientists successfully cure cocaine dependency in mice
01-22-18 Category: Addiction, Research, Substance Abuse

Addiction to cocaine can be debilitating. Though there are certain therapies and programs that can treat cocaine dependence, the need of the hour is to develop more treatment modalities to overcome the problem. Claiming to have found a new way to treat cocaine addiction, researchers from Mont Sinai Medical Centre in New York said that […]

Lower blood-alcohol threshold will help reduce rate of alcohol-impaired driving fatalities, says panel
01-19-18 Category: Alcohol

Alcohol-impaired driving, a factor in nearly one-third of all traffic fatalities, claims almost 29 lives every day with one person dying every 49 minutes in the United States. Among many recommendations made to reduce the number of deaths, is a recent report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, commissioned by the National […]

Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy arrested on drug trafficking charges

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents on Jan. 16, 2018, arrested a 50-year-old Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy and three other individuals for allegedly turning a blind eye to drug trafficking activities in lieu of cash payments of $250,000. According to media reports, Deputy Kenneth Collins of Chino and his three accomplices were arrested in […]

Early diagnosis of bipolar disorder is possible, says study
01-18-18 Category: Bipolar disorder, Mental Health

A recently published study has identified two patterns of symptoms which might hasten the diagnosis of bipolar disorder (BD) in young population. The symptoms could be helpful in giving early warning about the propensity for the disease in an individual since diagnosing BD is quite complicated. Even though multiple genetic and environmental factors can lead […]

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