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Fentanyl a significant public health concern in US, says UN report
07-02-18 Category: cocaine

Non-medical use of prescription opioids like fentanyl is becoming a significant public health concern, increasingly resulting in deadly overdoses all over the United States, according to the World Drug Report 2018 released by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on June 26, 2018. The report also suggests that fentanyl and its analogues […]

House passes bill authorizing reimbursements for cocaine addiction treatment
06-25-18 Category: cocaine

The House passed a bill authorizing the Medicaid program to reimburse the costs of cocaine and opioid addiction treatment in specific inpatient facilities, despite facing resistance from many Democrats, on June 20, 2018. The bill was passed with a 261-155 vote as a part of the House’s two-week effort to pass more than 50 bills […]

Actress Rose McGowan to face trial for cocaine possession charges
06-19-18 Category: cocaine

Actress, model, and activist Rose McGowan has been indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of cocaine possession. Now, she will face trial on Jan. 15, 2018 for the charges in Virginia. According to the court documents, authorities found cocaine in her wallet after she left it on a United flight at Dulles […]

Stop marketing snortable chocolate Coco Loko, it is an alternative to illegal street drugs, FDA tells manufacturer
12-14-17 Category: cocaine, Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse

FDA denies snortable chocolate Coco Loko as In a bid to curb drug abuse and control rising addiction rates, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently warned Orlando-based Legal Lean to discontinue marketing snortable chocolate Coco Loko, saying it is an illegal alternative to street drugs which is endangering public health. The snortable chocolate powder […]

Cocaine death rates among African-Americans same as that of opioid deaths among whites, finds study
12-07-17 Category: cocaine

Cocaine overdoses killed African-Americans at almost the same rates at which heroin and prescription opioids claimed non-Hispanic white American lives, according to a recent study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine in December 2017. While efforts are being undertaken to deal with the soaring rates of heroin and opioid overdoses among white Americans, […]

Charlie Heaton denied entry to US after caught with cocaine
10-31-17 Category: cocaine

Los Angeles airport authorities on Oct. 26, 2017, detained Stranger Things actor Charlie Heaton after border security officials discovered traces of cocaine from his personal belongings. After drug-sniffing dogs found the drug on him, the 23-year-old British actor, on his way from London to Los Angeles to attend the glitzy premiere of Stranger Things 2 […]

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