DEA Cuts Opioid Production Quota, Ignores Evidence of Nontraditional Medicine to Treat Addiction

Opioid abuse has become increasingly problematic in recent years, especially heroin. Heroin, otherwise known as diacetylmorphine or diamorphine, was first synthesized in 1874. Bayer created the drug as a painkiller, with purely medicinal intentions. Known for its euphoric effects, heroin has been abused by people worldwide, causing astronomical numbers of overdoses every year. The DEA […]

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While Hundreds of Thousands are Evacuating Because of Hurricane Matthew, a Florida Couple Wants to Have Their Outside Wedding

Although Hurricane Matthew has forced evacuations all across the Southeast coast of the U.S., a Florida couple plans to continue with their October wedding. A Florida couple wants to get married in early October on the beach, but it looks like Hurricane Matthew is going to disrupt their dream day. According to ABC News, Ryan […]

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Skytyping and Wing Walking Help Break Attendance Record at AirVenture Show

The AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, drew more people than last year’s convention. “Our attendance was particularly outstanding, since we had some weather challenges mid-week compared to seven perfect days in 2015,” said EAA Chairman Jack Pelton. “Our grounds crew and our volunteers, who number more than 5,000, did a superb job keeping the […]

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Identity Theft Threats Increase Due to Social Media Use and Free Wi-Fi Networks

Identity fraud is surging, according to a new study done by the UK-based company Cifas. What’s even scarier than that fact, though, is that there’s a strong connection between these rising numbers and social media use. Cifas has stated that Internet fraud perpetrators are increasingly getting people’s personal information from social media sites like Facebook, […]

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