Drug Abuse

Read: Drug Trend Alert: Marijuana Wax, Oil & Concentrates

Drug Trend Alert: Marijuana Wax, Oil & Concentrates

Marijuana concentrates have a THC level of 60%-80% and are growing in population. Production of this drug has led to explosions, injury and death.

Read: How to Spot a Fake ID

How to Spot a Fake ID

Catch a fake ID by using the F.L.A.G. system.

Read: John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

A criminal investigation has been opened to look into accusations against multiple John Jay College faculty members made by two female students.

Read: People are Trying Less Heroin but Using More Marijuana

People are Trying Less Heroin but Using More Marijuana

Research shows that while fewer people are trying heroin for the first time, more people are using marijuana, especially pregnant women.

Read: Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County will open its first recovery high school, which will take in students who have fallen victim to substance abuse.

Read: OSU Releases Investigative Report, Coach Meyer Suspended

OSU Releases Investigative Report, Coach Meyer Suspended

OSU’s independent investigation of Urban Meyer has found that he allowed unacceptable behavior by former wide receiver coach Zach Smith and didn’t notify the school about Smith’s issues.

Read: A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

This breakdown can be used by school officials to improve or create their own threat assessment programs on campus.

Read: CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

The CDC, however, also found more U.S. high school students are feeling depressed and have considered attempting suicide.

Read: Study: ADHD Medication Overdoses Increasing Among U.S. Kids

Study: ADHD Medication Overdoses Increasing Among U.S. Kids

Between 2000 and 2011, there was a 71 percent increase in calls to U.S. poison control regarding improper ingestion of ADHD medications.

Read: Puyallup Nurse Stole Drugs, May Have Infected Patients with Hepatitis C

Puyallup Nurse Stole Drugs, May Have Infected Patients with Hepatitis C

Two infected patients received injectable narcotics from the nurse who admitted to diverting the drugs and also tested positive for hepatitis C.

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