Drug Addiction

ECU’s Phi Kappa Tau chapter closed following drug and alcohol abuse investigation

05-11   ECU’s Phi Kappa Tau chapter closed following drug and alcohol abuse investigation

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Phi Kappa Tau national organization has closed its fraternity in East Carolina University (ECU) following an investigation on drugs and alcohol abuse conducted by the University and the fraternity. As of now, there are no plans for the chapter to return to the campus. In April 2018, the fraternity was placed on indefinite suspension after […]


Kansas City doctor pleads guilty of selling illegal drugs worth $1.5million on black market

05-07   Kansas City doctor pleads guilty of selling illegal drugs worth $1.5million on black market

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A Kansas City doctor recently pleaded guilty of running a multi-million dollar trade of illegal steroids on the black market. According to the prosecutors, osteopathic doctor John Verstraete ran the scheme from his office located on Maine Street, from 2011 to 2014. The doctor pleaded guilty of selling illegal human growth hormones (HGH or GH) […]


Opioid overdose cases increase by 27%, says CDC report

03-09   Opioid overdose cases increase by 27%, says CDC report

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In the aftermath of the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States, various organizations, including the federal and the state governments, are doing their bit to combat the crisis. However, looking at the worsening state of the opioid crisis, it seems a more concerted plan is needed to overcome the situation. A recent report released by […]


Inadequate health insurance networks pose multiple problems

02-12   Inadequate health insurance networks pose multiple problems

The number of uninsured individuals in the U.S. has declined sharply, but many consumers who have purchased narrow-network health plans feel they are as good as not being insured at all. Americans who bought health plans of Ambetter, a Centene’s subsidiary, are disillusioned after discovering that the coverage is far from what they had expected. […]


San Francisco to dismiss cases of marijuana convicts dating back to 1975

02-02   San Francisco to dismiss cases of marijuana convicts dating back to 1975

San Francisco is all set to execute the new marijuana laws passed by California. The implementation of this law will bring a huge relief to thousands of San Francisco marijuana convicts— dating back to 1975—slapped with misdemeanors and felony charges. A recent announcement, made by District Attorney George Gascón, mentioned that more than 5,000 cases […]


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