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Drugs & Alcohol

Read: Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Researchers say the resurgence of the drug’s popularity has been overshadowed by the country’s focus on the opioid epidemic.

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: Study Finds Childhood Bullying Has Long-term Mental Health Consequences

Study Finds Childhood Bullying Has Long-term Mental Health Consequences

A significant portion of survey participants who experienced physical, verbal, social or cyber bullying when they were children have developed mental health issues as adults.

Read: U.S. Surgeon General: More Americans Should Carry Narcan

U.S. Surgeon General: More Americans Should Carry Narcan

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams called on at-risk Americans or those who know someone at-risk for an opioid overdose to carry Narcan.

Read: UCLA Fraternities Ban Alcohol at In-House Events

UCLA Fraternities Ban Alcohol at In-House Events

The school’s Interfraternity Council unanimously voted for the ban just days after a student, who is a fraternity member, was arrested for sexual assault.

Read: Report: 7 Students Allegedly Drugged at Stanford Frat Party

Report: 7 Students Allegedly Drugged at Stanford Frat Party

Five sorority members and two members of the men’s rowing team were allegedly drugged at a fraternity party by a non-Stanford student.

Read: Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

The handler is a retired Springfield, Ill., police officer with 20 years of experience in training police dogs and their handlers.

Read: Managing the Homeless in Hospitals

Managing the Homeless in Hospitals

Healthcare facility security departments, along with clinicians, local law enforcement and the community at large must work together to serve this challenging population, while keeping patients, staff, visitors and the public safe.

Read: 10 Common Sense Rules for a Safer Campus

10 Common Sense Rules for a Safer Campus

Sometimes we just need a refresher on the basics. Here are 10 everyday things your school should be doing to keep your campus safe.

Read: Foster Care System Sees Alarming Increase in Children of Addicts

Foster Care System Sees Alarming Increase in Children of Addicts

In the state of Ohio, it is estimated that approximately 50 percent of children currently in foster care have one or both parents who are addicts.

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