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Drug Abuse in the News

 

2/21/2018

Salon

?Bill of the month?: A college student's $17,850 drug test - Salon.com
Salon
Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology.

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2/20/2018

Science Daily

A tapering silicon hole could lead to better drug testing
Science Daily
Scientists have been investigating ways to screen drugs for side effects on ion channels. Currently available methods are imperfect. In one method, stem cells are directed to transform into cardiac muscle cells that have the specific type of ion ...


2/20/2018

Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Sonoma County to cut testing program tied to special drug court
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Gold is more than just a color to the 161 people in Sonoma County's drug court. It is the signal for new addicts in the program to report to a squat gray building on Santa Rosa's Neotomas Avenue and submit to random drug testing. Depending on the day ...


2/22/2018

Arizona Daily Star

Breaking: Arizona Wildcats star Allonzo Trier ruled ineligible after failed drug test
Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Wildcats star guard Allonzo Trier has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA after testing positive for a performance enhancing drug. The UA issued a statement Thursday afternoon saying that a "miniscule" amount of a banned substance appeared in a ...
Arizona guard Allonzo Trier ruled ineligible by NCAA after positive drug testUSA TODAY
Arizona's Trier again ineligible after positive test for banned substanceArizona Sports

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2/22/2018

Hempfield clinical drug testing lab owner, Kentucky psychiatrist indicted in kickback scheme
Tribune-Review
The owner of a now-defunct Hempfield Township clinical drug testing and drug screening lab and a Kentucky psychiatrist were indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on conspiracy charges related to kickbacks for patient referrals. U.S ...

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2/22/2018

JD Supra (press release)

Maine Recreational Marijuana Law Limits Workplace Drug Testing As Well As Disciplinary Consequences Imposed By ...
JD Supra (press release)
Employers with employees who are subject to federally mandated drug and alcohol testing regulations already are exempt from compliance with Maine's drug testing statute with regard to those employees as well as their non-federally regulated employees ...


2/22/2018

New York Post

Russian curler thinks teammate spiked drink for failed drug test
New York Post
?At the same time, I am ready to openly state that I have never, never during the time that I practice sport, used forbidden drugs and any other dishonest ways of competing. I am absolutely against doping and I have always tried to follow all anti ...


2/22/2018

MyAJC

Georgia school to drug-test students by using hair samples
MyAJC
The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that Brookstone School in Columbus recently announced that the drug-testing of students in grades 8-12 will be voluntary next school year - and then mandatory in succeeding years. Related. Vote now for the best 2018 ...


2/22/2018

New York Magazine

Russian Curler Found Guilty Of Doping, Loses Bronze Medal
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) says that Russian curler Aleksandr Krushelnitsky has been found guilty of an anti-doping violation after testing positive for a banned substance. The Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) mixed-doubles curling team ...
Curler Fails Drug Test, Reviving Russian Olympic Doping ScandalNew York Magazine
Russian curler Krushelnitsky 'fails' Olympics drug testAljazeera.com
IOC is forced to defend itself after Russian curler reportedly fails drug testWashington Post
New York Times -Us Weekly
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2/22/2018

WKYC-TV

The Investigator | Air traffic controllers subject to expanded drug testing
WKYC-TV
Air traffic controllers are tested randomly for alcohol and drugs, including marijuana, cocaine and now opiates. According to records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, 196 controllers failed drug testing in a 5-year period. 26 worked in ...

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2/23/2018
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