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Massachusetts Sends Men To Jail For Opioid Addiction Treatment

Nathan Yerby ❘

One county in Massachusetts has started sending men to jails for opioid addiction treatment, but not everyone thinks that's the right solution.

Colorado Dad Starts New S.A.F.E. Non-Profit To Promote Sobriety

Jena Hilliard ❘

Colorado dad, Duke Rumely, founded the non-profit Sober AF Entertainment to promote sober safe zones at events like tailgates and concerts.

Trial Begins In Utah For Aaron Shamo, Alleged Leader Of Dark Web Fentanyl Conspiracy

Nathan Yerby ❘

A trial has begun in Utah for Aaron Shamo, a former Eagle Scout who allegedly earned millions of dollars from selling fentanyl on the Dark Web.

Oklahoma Judge Orders Johnson & Johnson To Pay $572 Million Fine For Contributing To Opioid Crisis

Nathan Yerby ❘

In a landmark case, an Oklahoma judge has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay the State a $527 million fine for deceptively marketing opioids.

Patriots Player Patrick Chung Indicted For Possession Of Cocaine

Jena Hilliard ❘

New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung has waived his arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of cocaine possession.

Low-Level Use Of Alcohol And Miscarriage Risk Outlined

Krystina Murray ❘

Expectant mothers who drink can increase miscarriage risks. Other risks like Fetal Alcohol Syndrome are also consequences with tragic impacts.

Vaping Is Crushing The Health And Dreams Of High School Athletes

Jena Hilliard ❘

Vaping amongst high school athletes is becoming increasingly common, effectively taking a severe toll on both their athletic and academic performances.

Missouri Senator Proposes Law To Combat Social Media Addiction

Nathan Yerby ❘

Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) has proposed the SMART Act, a law to reduce social media addiction by regulating how social media platforms interact with users.

Doctors Don’t Know The Cause Of Vaping-Linked Hospitalizations

Krystina Murray ❘

There has been a recent explosion in vaping-linked hospitalizations, and doctors are still trying to identify the reasons why.

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