Mexican drug cartel labs are smuggling mass quantities of meth into America

Thursday, August 13, 2020 by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) In an exclusive with Breitbart, Jaeson Jones recently drew attention to the alarming rise in methamphetamine being flooded into the U.S. by Mexico. A former captain of the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Intelligence and Counterterrorism Division, Jones was in charge of the Texas Rangers’ Border Security Operations … Continue reading Mexican drug cartel labs are smuggling mass quantities of meth into America

42 Addiction Statistics and Facts to Know in 2019

by Hristina Nikolovska –  September 10, 2019 We’ve compiled the following list of addiction statistics from several verified sources to help educate you. Addiction is a big problem throughout the world, with a lot of people battling various forms of the disease. Because of addiction’s prevalence in the world today, it has become necessary to know the various forms … Continue reading 42 Addiction Statistics and Facts to Know in 2019

Seattle homeless crisis: Historic cemetery overrun with drugs and prostitution amid worsening problem

By Liam Quinn | Fox News Seattle’s homeless crisis has reached such catastrophic levels that a north-side cemetery has become home to drug abuse, drug dealing and prostitution. Bikur Cholim Cemetery board member and city council candidate Ari Hoffman detailed the desperate effort to fight the epidemic and placed blame for how bad it has gotten squarely on … Continue reading Seattle homeless crisis: Historic cemetery overrun with drugs and prostitution amid worsening problem

New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

These young men need the Gospel of Jesus to be free from Addiction Lailani Upham May 23, 2019 Lake County Judicial Court Drug Court Judge James Manley shares a laugh with Drug Court graduates and CSKT members, Bradley Cannon, 22, and Dale Joseph of Elmo. Graduates completed the yearlong day-to-day program. “It was hard in … Continue reading New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

FDA: Big Pharma Drugs Are Making People Kill Themselves While They Sleep

By Mac Slavo MAY 2, 2019 Sleeping drugs such as Ambien have been making people kill themselves in their sleep, says the Food and Drug Administration.  Drugs that supposedly help people sleep are linked to falls, burns, poisoning, limb loss, drowning, and even suicide. According to The New York Times, this could all be solved by adding warning … Continue reading FDA: Big Pharma Drugs Are Making People Kill Themselves While They Sleep

Bartell Drugs says it will not open any more stores in downtown Seattle after violent assaults on employees

POSTED 5:41 PM, MARCH 25, 2019, BY HANA KIM, UPDATED AT 08:26PM, MARCH 25, 2019 SEATTLE -- The CEO of Bartell Drugs Kathi Lentzsch has been in her role for about year. She moved from San Francisco to take the job in Seattle, and frankly she says she is surprised over the number of incidents and the … Continue reading Bartell Drugs says it will not open any more stores in downtown Seattle after violent assaults on employees

Where you live may influence how much opioid you use

March 11, 2019 In a recent study, researchers found where people live may determine how many opioids they can get. For example, people who sought care for a sprained ankle in states that are “high prescribers” of opioids were three times more likely to get a prescription for opioids than people in “low-prescribing” states. The … Continue reading Where you live may influence how much opioid you use

Poisoned pills: Phoenix firefighter, war hero dies after taking fentanyl-laced pill

LiAna Enriquez Updated Mar 6, 2019 | Posted on Mar 3, 2019 PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - It can be called a silent killer, and to say it’s scary understates what is happening in neighborhoods across the Valley. One Phoenix family knows all too well the power of this. He was a firefighter, a war hero and a father who … Continue reading Poisoned pills: Phoenix firefighter, war hero dies after taking fentanyl-laced pill

Prescription painkillers do more harm than good for back pain

Thursday, February 28, 2019 by: Amy Goodrich (Natural News) From over-the-counter (OTC) painkillers like ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin to prescription drugs like tramadol, morphine, and hydrocodone, these meds are omnipresent in modern American life. They have become more widely used than tobacco, according to a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration report. In 2015, more than … Continue reading Prescription painkillers do more harm than good for back pain

Fentanyl bust in New York finds enough to kill nearly 2 million people, DEA says

By Nicole Chavez and Taylor Romine, CNN Updated 6:49 PM ET, Sat March 2, 2019 (CNN)A home in a quiet Westchester County, New York, neighborhood was hiding enough fentanyl to kill 2 million people, the US Drug Enforcement Administration said. Federal agents found five kilograms (just over 11 pounds) of fentanyl and six kilograms (13.2 pounds) of … Continue reading Fentanyl bust in New York finds enough to kill nearly 2 million people, DEA says