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Declaration by Trump helps keep focus on opioids
NewsOK.com
PRESIDENT Trump carried Oklahoma by a wide margin in last year's election and he continues to enjoy hearty support here. He likely did little to hurt his cause with his announcement last week regarding the fight against opioid abuse. Trump signed an ...

Washington Post
Even this puppy wasn't safe from America's opioid crisis
Washington Post
Like most puppies, Zoey is energetic and insatiably curious. When she's outside, the 3-month-old yellow Labrador keeps her nose pointed to the ground, sniffing things, tackling flowers and chewing on random objects without hesitation. Such was the case ...

New York Post
Compassionate nurse sings dying patient's favorite song
fox2now.com
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A nurse brought compassion and comfort to a woman dying from cancer, singing her favorite song at her bedside. Margaret Smith, 63, was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center because of rapidly declining health. She'd been ...

Washington Post
She signed up to be a surrogate mother — and unwittingly gave her own child away
Washington Post
Jessica Allen was already the mother of two boys when she decided to become a surrogate. The pay she would receive to carry another woman's child to term — $30,000 — would allow Allen to become a stay-at-home mom, as well as save for a new house.

CNN
Regular marijuana users have more sex, study says
CNN
(CNN) Dr. Michael Eisenberg, an assistant professor of urology, sees a lot of patients at the Stanford University Medical Center who have problems performing in the bedroom. To determine what the problem is, they'll go through a laundry list of regular ...

wivb.com
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day: where to drop off unwanted medication
wivb.com
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Dozens of people are getting rid of unwanted prescription medication through National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. It's one of the ways people are helping in the fight against the growing opioid epidemic. Since it started ...

Washington Post
A shocking overdose photo exposed her addiction — and may have saved her life
Washington Post
Erika Hurt had become the face of drug addiction. The young mother was captured in a photograph by police, passed out in the driver's seat of her car outside a Dollar General store in Hope, Ind. — an empty syringe still resting between the 25-year-old ...

Washington Post
What you need to know about the new shingles vaccine
Washington Post
Barbara Campbell has twice had shingles. Each time, one side of her body was covered in “thousands of these horrid blisters.” She could only wear the lightest silk blouse. Anything else touching her skin hurt too much. “I'm in terror of having it ...

WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
2 DEA anti-heroin enforcement teams coming to 5 states
WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
CLEVELAND (AP) – The federal government is sending law enforcement teams to cities in five states to help stop the flow of heroin and synthetic opioids. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said Friday the teams will enhance the agency's ability to ...

HuffPost
Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer...”I'm Still Here and I Have So Much More to Do”, Laura Holmes Haddad
HuffPost
“Before getting diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, I was busy, impatient an ha a thousand things going on. I had two young kids (14 months, 4 years old) and I practiced yoga, went hiking, hung out with friends. I was a freelance wine and food writer.

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