Article Category: Heroin

Oregon Decriminalizes Drug Possession

Krystina Murray ❘

Oregon decriminalized marijuana as well as the possession of hard drugs like cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin utilizing Measure 110.

Bachelorette Contestant Tyler Gwozdz Dies Of Overdose

Hayley Hudson ❘

Tyler Gwozdz died from a suspected opioid overdose. Gwozdz was a contestant on Hannah Brown's season of the Bachelorette.

Fentanyl Abuse Could Impact Asia In The Future

Krystina Murray ❘

Recent overdoses in Asia have sparked authorities to examine the drugs involved. Many believe deaths were caused by fentanyl mixed with heroin.

Why The Netherlands Is Becoming A Narco State

Ginni Correa ❘

There is concern over the Netherlands becoming a narco state as the drug market threatens and undermines the legitimate economy and society.

Flesh-Eating Bacteria Linked To Black Tar Heroin Kills 7 In San Diego

Michael Muldoon ❘

Over 2 months San Diego has seen 7 people die from infections of flesh-eating bacteria arising after black tar heroin use.

Research Shows The Opioid Epidemic Has Increased The Prevalence Of Heart Infections

Nathan Yerby ❘

A new American Heart Association study has found that opioid abuse correlates to cases of infective endocarditis, a deadly heart infection.

Midwestern States Take Action Against Vaping

Nathan Yerby ❘

Michigan is banning the sale of flavored e-cigarettes, while the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is warning its residents to stop vaping altogether.

Man Accused Of Murdering Wife With Heroin-Laced Cereal

Jena Hilliard ❘

A Michigan man has been charged with murder by putting a fatal dose of heroin into his wife's cereal nearly 5 years after her death.

New Research Exposes The 15 Most Dangerous Drugs

Jena Hilliard ❘

A new study reviewed the most dangerous drugs and drug mixtures based on side effects and death rates tracked by the federal government.

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