Posts Tagged ‘healthcare’

The first opioid overdose treatment device designed to be administered by family members, or caregivers was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on April 3, 2014.



Meatheads! They just don’t get it.

Medical marijuana in Royal Oak takes a smoking hit from officials – Detroit substance abuse |

Scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine have found a gene variant that possibly protects persons from becoming alcoholics reported 10-19-2010.

Scientists discover genetic link to alcoholism – Detroit substance abuse |

$1,100 per injection once a month. Naltrexone, or Vivitrol as its brand name, is injected once a month and is said to help in the prevention of relapses.

FDA approves Vivitrol to treat opioid dependence – Detroit substance abuse |

Had to republish this article folks because of a problem with the URL.

Medical marijuana on Main Street in Royal, probably not.