President Donald Trump’s declared that the Opium crisis in the U.S. is a “national contingency,” & it has native intemperance curing centers hoping to see further resources from the federal government.
The president made the comments Thursday & said, “We’re will spend a lot of time, a lot of effort & a lot of money on the Opium crisis.”
While not giving specifics, declaring a national emergency will allow for federal funds to be allocated to the problem.
Wisconsin’s Attorney General released a statement praising Trump’s announcement:“President Trump’s announcement today signals his commitment to carry out the Commission on Combating Drug intemperance & the Opium Crisis’ recommendations & partner by the States to battle prescription drug & heroin abuse.
The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner said we are on pace for further 400 overdose deaths this year, the majority Opium.
as informed in Over the five-year period examined, the researchers observed that students who heavily consumed energy drinks at age 21 were at greater risk of abusing alcohol, cocaine, & non-prescribed stimulants by age 25.
“The results suggest that energy drink users perhaps be at heightened risk for other substance use, particularly stimulants,” said lead researcher Dr. Amelia Arria in a news release.
Of the study’s participants, 51.4 percent were identified as having a “persistent trajectory,” meaning their energy drink usage didn’t dissipate over time.
Proven health risks associated by energy drink consumption involve worsened cardiovascular health & early death, Arria notes.
Oddly enough, unlike sugary beverages, energy drinks aren’t regulated by the FDA.
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Research: Orderly Consuming Energy Drinks rises risk for Substance Abuse
as informed in Survey results released today from George Mason University shed latest light on the rate of substance abuse & intemperance in the restaurant industry.
Many of the survey respondents lack self-awareness about what is considered substance abuse.
But when asked about colleagues, the answers were much different: 53 percent said they knew someone at work by a substance abuse problem.
And Doman’s survey results concur—an astounding zero percent of survey respondents had used employer-based programs to address substance abuse.
Talking further openly about drug & alcohol abuse is something everyone can do.
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