Antidepressants Found In Several Great Lakes Fish The rising usage rate of antidepressants is impacting fish in the Great Lakes.
Ecstasy Pills Shaped Like Donald Trump Surfacing In BritainIn the United Kingdom, a well-known American face is making waves in the drug market.
Five More Greyhounds Test Positive For Cocaine In FloridaA second greyhound racing trainer has been cited by Florida state officials after five dogs in her care tested positive for cocaine at the Bestbet track in Orange Park.
Christie Positioned To Lead Trump's Drug Addiction Task ForceAfter being unceremoniously dropped from President Donald Trump's transition team, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is dipping his toes into the administration as he takes the lead of a White House commission to combat drug addiction.
Police: Crash Leads To Drug Arrest In MinneapolisA 33-year-old man was arrested Friday for being found with a large amount of marijuana and other drugs after a crash near the area of Broadway and Marshall Avenues Northeast in Minneapolis
Last Year, Minn. Authorities Seized Record Amounts Of Meth, PillsFrom meth to opioids to prescription pills, authorities in Minnesota seized a record amount of drugs last year.
U Researchers Creating Method To Break Down Drugs In Wastewater University of Minnesota researchers are developing a way to better foresee how drugs break down in wastewater.
Parents Use Daughter's Obituary To Help Others Struggling With AddictionAn Ohio resident used the darkest hours of her life as a vessel to help others who may be going down the same path.
Committee Denies Changing MN Drug Sentencing GuidelinesState leaders have decided not to change the consideration of a criminal's drug history in sentencing for new crimes.
Wis. Lawmaker Wants Drug Testing In High SchoolsA Wisconsin Republican wants to require all high school students participating in extracurricular activities to be subject to random drug testing.
Recovery Schools Helping Teens Beat AddictionPreston Grundy started drinking at 14 to escape from his depression. He soon moved on to marijuana, Xanax, Adderall and cocaine, smoking pot when he woke each day and snorting pills in the bathroom between classes.
Minnesota Touts 'Ask About Aspirin' CampaignA new public health campaign in Minnesota encourages middle-aged and older people to consider taking a daily dose of aspirin to prevent a heart attack or stroke, even if they have never had cardiovascular problems in the past.

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