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The Dukes of Oxy How a Band of Teen Wrestlers Built a Smuggling

8/15/2016
06:02 | Ethan Adamson
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The Dukes of Oxy How a Band of Teen Wrestlers Built a Smuggling

The Dukes of Oxy: How a Band of Teen Wrestlers Built a Smuggling Empire.. "OxyContin went from a recreational drug to an all-consuming.

"You're just being paranoid," Barabas said, gesturing to their friend. "He's all right.".

Dodd was beginning to despair of his best friend — known as the Little General for his short stature and Napoleonic tendencies. When they hit strip clubs, he'd dropped 2,000 bucks buying everyone drinks and lap dances to prove what a big-shot drug dealer he was. When they were out on business calls, he'd flash his Glock and threaten to kill anyone who crossed him. They loved each other like brothers. But the Little General was getting more and more reckless.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy Occidental College The Liberal

11/18/2016
09:28 | Madison Holmes
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Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy Occidental College The Liberal

Occidental College's Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy complies with the requirements set forth by the Drug-Free Schools and Community Act.

Occidental respects the rights of community members to exercise their legal options regarding alcohol consumption and recognizes that responsible alcohol use can be compatible with healthy adult behavior and successful social events. As such, Occidental College has identified expectations of behavior that support the safe and legal consumption of alcohol. Any student who consumes alcohol remains responsible for any violation of the College’s Code of Student Conduct. The Dean of Students Office is responsible for interpreting and implementing this Policy.

In circumstances where an organization is found to be hosting an event where medical assistance is required or sought for a member or guest, the organization (depending upon the circumstances) may be held responsible for violations of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy through the conduct process.

How A Big Drug Company Inadvertently Got Americans Hooked On

5/12/2016
03:32 | Madison Holmes
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How A Big Drug Company Inadvertently Got Americans Hooked On

In recent years, more prescription drug abusers have started turning to For decades, opioid painkillers, like oxycodone, hydrocodone and.

CORRECTION: Language was changed to clarify that while 40 percent of drug overdoses in 2010 were women, not all of them died from taking prescription pills.

Arielle landed in a Long Island jail last year after she was caught breaking into a house and stealing money to buy drugs. Now 26 and living at a substance abuse treatment center, she says she's all too aware that her story isn’t unique.

Her friend helped her inject the drug. “It was a feeling that I don’t think anyone should experience.

Meet Zohydro, the Drug People Are Afraid Will Be the New OxyContin

9/16/2016
07:08 | Olivia Holiday
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Meet Zohydro, the Drug People Are Afraid Will Be the New OxyContin

The potency of the drug combined with the United States's inability to curb its prescription drug abuse epidemic has doctors and addiction.

It’s probably the best exchange on energy that American voters will hear this year.

The government has allowed authorities to prosecute—if they choose to do so—Jan Böhmermann, a satirist who mocked the Turkish leader on TV.

If all goes accordingly, doctors will be able to prescribe Zohydro, an easily-crushable pain pill 10 times stronger than Vicodin, next month. The potency of the drug combined with the United States's inability to curb its prescription drug abuse epidemic has doctors and addiction specialists worried about the drug's release into the market.

DEA Secretly OKs Killer Quantities of Oxy and Morphine

10/17/2016
08:18 | Madison Holmes
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DEA Secretly OKs Killer Quantities of Oxy and Morphine

The federal government is actively fueling a killer drug epidemic behind (While the DEA did reduce the oxy quota by 8 percent in 2015.

Only one time this century, when the country was first becoming aware of OxyContin abuse, was there talk about choking off the drug supply.

In 2001, the DEA asked Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, to consider providing the drug only to physicians trained in pain management. Purdue balked and Donnie R. Marshall, the then-DEA administrator, told Congress he was considering “rolling back those quotas to 1996 levels.” The pain industry said this would make drug prices skyrocket and pain patients suffer.