Drug Testing May Soon Be Required For Incoming Filipino College Students

Dec 10, 2016 AM EST The Philippines' Commission on Higher Education is now in consideration of making drug testing mandatory for incoming college students.

MIT's Latest Slow-Breaking 'Pill': Medical Breakthrough For Malaria And Other Diseases

Nov 19, 2016 AM EST The latest breakthrough from MIT can treat Malaria and other diseases without adverse effects. The pill has been supported by healthcare foundations all over the world.

Washington State University Bans Sorority and Frat-Hosted Events Due to Rise in Alcohol and Drug-related Incidents

Nov 09, 2016 AM EST Officials from the Greek community at Washington State University's Pullman campus has banned all sorority- and fraternity-hosted events for the rest of the semester.

Celebrate Amy Winehouse’s Legacy For Music Education By Making Your Own

Nov 03, 2016 AM EDT Celebrating the life of Amy Winehouse, Back to Black Challenge is started to promote music education.

Michigan Schools Now Allowed To Use Drugs To Reverse Opioid Overdose

Oct 24, 2016 AM EDT Michigan schools can now stock an opioid overdose antidote.

US Opioid Epidemic: Universities Will Offer Substance-Free Housing To Students Battling Drug Addiction?

Jun 20, 2016 AM EDT Following a set pattern, Ryan would join a college with the best of objectives on his mind; however he'd eventually succumb to drugging and drinking and then drop out. But things changed three years ...

Drink Spiking: Urban Myth Or Reality? U.S. University Students' Shocking Confessions Revealed!

May 26, 2016 AM EDT Drink spiking is often considered just a myth - an urban legend invented by people who probably drank too much, but is that really the case?

High Schools For Addicts Help Teen Students To Not Only Graduate But Also Stay Sober!

May 12, 2016 AM EDT Hope Academy, a charter school has been offering services for teens struggling with addiction. Operating out of Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center in Indianapolis for 10 years, the unrivaled school ...

Teen Smokers Are More Likely to Use Cocaine, Ecstasy

Dec 16, 2014 PM EST Teenagers who smoke contraband cigarettes are more likely to use illicit drugs, according to a recent study.

Anti-Inflammatory Drugs May Help Lower Blood Vessel Disease Risk in Diabetics: Study

Sep 12, 2014 AM EDT A Spanish University study found that inflammation might be the culprit behind high blood sugar levels' damaging effects on blood vessels. The findings suggest that anti-inflammatory medications could ...

Combination of Cognitive Therapy and Drugs Effectively Treats Severe Non-Chronic Depression, Study

Aug 25, 2014 AM EDT A combination of cognitive therapy and anti-depressant medicine can effectively treat patients suffering from severe non-chronic depression, according to a Vanderbilt University study.

FDA-Approved Drug Restores Hair in Patients with Alopecia Areata, Study

Aug 19, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found that an FDA-approved drug had the ability to restore hair growth in patients of alopecia areata, a common autoimmune disease that ...

Former Miami Pitching Coach Charged in Biogenesis Steroid Scandal (UPDATE)

Aug 09, 2014 AM EDT Lazaro (Lazer) Collazo, the former long-time University of Miami pitching coach, has been charged for alleged illegal distribution of performance-enhancing drugs to minors, professional athletes and ...

Coventry Researchers Use Simulated Beating Heart Muscles to Test Drugs

Jul 22, 2014 AM EDT Coventry University scientists have developed a new technique to test drugs without risking the lives of humans or animals.

Magnetically-Controlled Nanomotors Can Enhance Stroke Treatment, Study

Jul 18, 2014 AM EDT University of Georgia researchers have developed a new technique to enhance stroke treatment. The new technique involves magnetically-controlled nanomotors that transport clot-busting drugs to remove ...

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