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Antipsychotic Drugs Overprescribed In Nursing Homes

William Henken ❘

Antipsychotic drugs are potent. Too often, they're prescribed to seniors on the basis of dubious diagnoses for the benefit of nursing homes.

Sackler Family Granted Immunity From Opioid Lawsuits

William Henken ❘

A federal judge has ruled that members of the Sackler family are immune from lawsuits, despite their role in the ongoing Opioid crisis.

Taliban Could Affect Afghanistan’s Opium Production

Emily Murray ❘

The direct benefits the Taliban receives from Afghanistan's opium production raises concerns about the future of the Opioid crisis.

Biden Calls For Cheaper Prescription Drugs

William Henken ❘

President Joe Biden has told Congress to work to lower prices for prescription drugs, a goal shared by most Americans of both parties.

Johnson & Johnson To Pay $26 Billion In Opioid Settlement

Krystina Murray ❘

A $26 billion settlement with Johnson and Johnson and three other large drug distributors has been declared in response to Opioid lawsuits.

The Increasing Popularity Of Delta 8 Raises Concerns

Emily Murray ❘

Although Delta-8 is legal in most states, a lack of research and regulation is causing experts to be concerned about use of the substance.

The Controversial Seminole Tribe’s Gambling Deal

Suzette Gomez ❘

On July 9th, President of the Florida Senate, Wilton Simpson, announced a new gaming deal negotiated with the Seminole tribe.  

Sha’Carri Richardson Fails Drug Test And Suspended From 2021 Summer Olympics

Suzette Gomez ❘

Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson has failed her drug test and is suspended for 30 days from the 2021 Summer Olympics.

US Drug Use Peaks After 50 Year War On Drugs

Krystina Murray ❘

Despite America's 50-year War on Drugs and America's trillion dollar budget for prevention, drug use is on the rise.

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