Drug Abuse

Read: Rise in Drug Disappearance at VA Hospitals Being Investigated

Rise in Drug Disappearance at VA Hospitals Being Investigated

Drugs losses at federal hospitals rose tenfold between 2009 and 2015.

Read: Potential Synthetic Marijuana Patient Attacks Hospital Staff, Security

Potential Synthetic Marijuana Patient Attacks Hospital Staff, Security

The patient has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault.

Read: How Video Surveillance Can Help Combat Drug Diversion

How Video Surveillance Can Help Combat Drug Diversion

Cameras, access control technology and proper policies and procedures will help to ensure the controlled substances at your hospital stay secure.

Read: Study Finds Decrease in Drug Use Among High School Students

Study Finds Decrease in Drug Use Among High School Students

Rates of use for every illicit drug besides marijuana declined in 2016.

Read: Police: 16-Year-Old Single-Handedly Sparked Weed Epidemic in Town

Police: 16-Year-Old Single-Handedly Sparked Weed Epidemic in Town

The student was allegedly bringing pounds of marijuana to his town from Colorado and California.

Read: Rising Price of Naloxone Fuels Concern Over Opioid Deaths

Rising Price of Naloxone Fuels Concern Over Opioid Deaths

Researchers argue the government should be making more of an effort to keep naloxone accessible.

Read: Seton Hall Looking to Give Campus Police Narcan for Drug Overdoses

Seton Hall Looking to Give Campus Police Narcan for Drug Overdoses

The plan was announced as fatalities from opioid overdoses have skyrocketed in recent years.

Read: Heroin Use in Libraries a Growing Concern

Heroin Use in Libraries a Growing Concern

Some libraries are taking steps to prepare themselves for overdoses on campus.

Pa. School Security Officer Caught Stealing Students’ Medication

The officer was caught on video accessing a nurse’s medical cabinet.

Read: Hospital Drug Auditing Ruled Inadequate After Employee Stole Syringes

Hospital Drug Auditing Ruled Inadequate After Employee Stole Syringes

Health officials found flaws in the hospital’s infection control, surgical services and drug auditing procedures.

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