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Drug Abuse in the News

 

1/17/2018

'Heart-on-a-chip' process aims to speed up drug testing
Science Daily
The study, published today in the journal Biofabrication, sets out a new, faster method for manufacturing a 'heart-on-a-chip', which can be used to test the reaction of heart tissue to external stimuli. Co-lead author Dr Lisa Scudder said: "One of the ...

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1/17/2018

Commercial Carrier Journal

Navigating drug testing requirements as state laws increasingly conflict with federal regs
Commercial Carrier Journal
The laws, handed down by the state's Department of Labor and slated to take effect in February, allow employees to file discrimination-based lawsuits should an employer fire employees or turn away applicants based on the results of marijuana-positive ...


1/18/2018

CBS Detroit

Roadside Drug Testing Won't Be Random Assures Michigan State Police
CBS Detroit
DETROIT (WWJ) ? Roadside drug testing is already underway in Michigan? and now State Police are working to reassure drivers that they won't be randomly targeting people on the roads. The one-year test program began in earnest in November in Berrien ...


1/18/2018

CBSSports.com

Dozens of Russian track athletes mysteriously call in sick before drug testing
CBSSports.com
Russia's got another doping scandal on its hands. Over the weekend, 36 Russian athletes mysteriously dropped out of a track-and-field event in Siberia when drug testers unexpectedly dropped by. Most of them cited illness as the reason, but they are ...
Russian Athletes Withdraw From Competition When Drug Testers ArriveNPR
How Many Russian Athletes Will Get to Compete in the Winter Olympics?New York Times
Russian Athletes Call In Sick to Avoid Drug TestsThe Blemish
SB Nation
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1/18/2018

MLive.com

Roadside drug testing won't be random, won't target medical marijuana, police say
MLive.com
Shaw, who also attended Drug Recognition Expert training, said she's interested to see the results of the pilot program. "I think it'll support our use," she said. She's reviewed cases where she believes a lack of immediate testing let an impaired ...

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1/18/2018

kgw.com

Fentanyl fuels concerns over police drug tests in the field
kgw.com
Captain Mark Kruger with the Portland Police Bureau's Drugs and Vice Division said many departments are moving in a similar direction. He said more fentanyl has been popping up in Portland, especially over the last year. At PPB, field testing won't be ...

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1/20/2018
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1/20/2018

Just say no to drug tests | Editorials | postandcourier.com
Charleston Post Courier
The Horry County School Board is considering random drug testing for high school students who drive to school or participate in athletics and other extracurricular activities. It's well-intentioned, but without.

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1/19/2018

Northern Nevada Business Weekly

Drug testing in the workplace: Mobile companies on the rise in Nevada
Northern Nevada Business Weekly
Drug-testing companies like Timely Testing, however, are striving to help smooth things out for employers. "We do three main things," Honey said. "We do the drug testing, we do training for employers, such as up-to-date reasonable suspicion training ...


1/19/2018

Hannibal.net

Highway Patrol ceases field drug testing
Hannibal.net
Because of increased risks of exposure to fentanyl and other airborne or transdermal narcotics, the Highway Patrol has informed law enforcement agencies that it will no longer conduct field testing for illegal substances during police raids and traffic ...

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1/19/2018

Drug tests tank more job seekers
Indianapolis Business Journal
The drug tests DISA Indiana performs on the employees of its clients are revealing a disturbing trend?more are testing positive for heroin. While the number still is minuscule compared with the amount who get popped for marijuana use, the increasing ...