Jan 05, 2016

Street drug reach hits desperate new low | The London Free Press

The tentacles of crystal meth have reached a population considered immune to its temptations — London’s hardest- core alcoholics — in a development surprising addiction counsellors and perhaps threatening a treatment program years in the making.

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/bo7hT

Similar Articles Added Earlier

  • Valeant subpoenaed over patient assistance program, pricing

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Valeant Pharmaceuticals, one of the drugmakers in the eye of the storm over rising prescription medicine prices, says two federal prosecutors have subpoenaed documents on its drug pricing and other policies. The federal subpoenas sent to the Canadian drugmaker, disclosed late...

  • 12-Step Programs for Addiction Not For Everyone | Psych Central

    Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and its sister program, Narcotics Anonymous (NA), have been considered the standard treatment for recovering addicts since their inception. AA, founded by Bill Wilson, is based on the 12 steps, first published in 1938. Narcotics...

  • The Making of the Middle Class in Africa | Future Development

    Robust economic growth over the past 15 years has led to visible changes across Africa. Visitors to cities on the continent cannot help but notice the emerging African middle class.  Defined as those earning between $2 and $20 a day in 2010, Africa’s middle class is expected to grow from 355...

  • The Kincardine Record | Ripley teen has the guts to reach goal of becoming a pastry chef

    Kirsten Walden (above, with her industrial-strength mixer) wants to become a pastry chef, even if it means dealing with consequences from Ulcerative Colitis.   The 17-year-old daughter of Brock and Mary Rose Walden of Ripley, was diagnosed with the Inflammatory Bowel Disease five years ago...

  • DNA ‘vaccine’ that sterilizes mice,...

    Animal birth control could soon be just a shot away: A new injection makes male and female mice infertile by tricking their muscles into producing hormone-blocking antibodies. If the approach works in dogs and cats, researchers say, it could be used to neuter and spay pets and to control...

Similar Articles Added Today

Latest Links Processed

0/120