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8newsnow.com

by Aaron Drawhorn

April 8, 2012

LAS VEGAS - Addiction to painkillers is spreading and leading to other problems - from doctor shopping to pharmacy robberies to overdose deaths.

During the last 10 years in Nevada, per capita sales of Oxycodone surged 366%. Hydrocodone sales rose 233%. Dr. Ghertner says too many doctors are over-prescribing these drugs. The physician often doesn't consider an exit strategy to get the patient off these powerful pills. Nevada has safeguards in place, including a prescription drug monitoring program to keep track of which prescriptions patients are filling at the pharmacy.

8newsnow.com

by Alex Brauer

August 10, 2011

LAS VEGAS -- The use of powerful mood-altering drugs for mental health treatment is on the rise among kids in the care of Nevada's child welfare system. It's a trend the I-Team first examined back in 2009.

Despite assurances from both state and local officials progress has been painfully and perhaps dangerously slow. The data the I-Team received from both the state and the county is such a mess it's hard to say exactly how much the use of psychotropic medications among kids in care has increased. What is clear is that nearly 30 percent of kids in the system are taking at least one of these medications and the state confirms an increase last year. At the same time both agencies were supposed to be fixing the problem.

6abc.com

by Wendy Saltzman

February 16, 2017

Could a common over the counter medication be sickening kids? That's what a study under way at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is trying to figure out.

A group of families approached Action News with disturbing claims that children have developed neuro-psychiatric problems after taking MiraLAX. Action News has learned this medication is being regularly prescribed off label to infants and toddlers, when it's not recommended for use to anyone under 17.

6abc.com

May 28, 2015

A surgical device used on millions of women may be responsible for spreading a deadly cancer.

The FBI office in Newark, New Jersey is leading the investigation into the device, which is made by Johnson and Johnson and other companies. The laparoscopic power morcellator was once used on tens of thousands of women every year.

5TV (Ukraine)

April 17, 2006

Twenty children from a school in Vinnytsia oblast have been hospitalized with acute respiratory conditions they contracted after being vaccinated for tuberculosis. This is the third such incident in the country in the past week.

Vinnytsia medical officials have seized the hypodermic needles for analysis. Parents are complaining that their children were vaccinated for TB without their consent. In the past week, children in Khmelnytsk and Kherson oblasts have also been hospitalized after receiving injections intended to prevent tuberculosis.

5newsonline.com

by Katie Kormann

July 21, 2013

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The law was passed in March and went into effect July 17. Lieutenant Allan Marx with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Department was a driving force behind the changing law. He said before the Arkansas DWI law changed, officers could test a person's blood, urine and breath. Marx said while working a case last year, he learned about saliva testing and recognized a need for it in Arkansas. "If there's ever a new way, a new tool that we can use to help not only law enforcement but help the public and the safety of the people out there, it needs to be used," said Marx. "I believe this product is going to save lives."

3fatchicks.com

January 18, 2010

High fructose corn syrup remains as one of the most controversial health topics.

The facts continue to pour out, and you have the ability to understand why corn syrup, and the variations of the substance, extremely hinders the health of people across the world.

24medica.com

by Robert Smith

May 16, 2012

There is only one kind of immunity and that is natural immunity which is achieved by battling the infectious diseases itself. Vaccination is merely the artificial triggering of temporary responses to manmade pathogens.

Vaccines are both harmful and dangerous and are leading to generations of humans with no natural defenses to disease. Vaccines do not provide long-term immunity; only temporary at best. Vaccines should never be called immunizations because that is a misnomer. Immunity and vaccinations are two different subjects altogether.

13wham.com

June 3, 2014

A sixth baby has died while using a recalled "Nap Nanny" infant recliner, with safety experts again urging parents to stop using the product.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC, the latest tragedy involved an 8-month-old girl from New Jersey. The baby suffocated while secured by a belt, trapped between the product and a crib bumper. CPSC officials said the infant was found stuck over the side of a Nap Nanny.

100777.com

by Sig Christenson

July 16, 2011

As an Air Force weapons controller, Capt. Gregory Armand served his nation in such far-flung parts of the world as Alaska and the Persian Gulf.

Armand, a 36-year-old San Antonian, said his decade long career ended after he took a shot not from a bullet, but from a syringe filled with anthrax vaccine. Once a ground and airborne weapons control officer who tracked up to 80 planes at a time, Armand's ability to concentrate is so bad now he can't even fill out a check.

      
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