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Medicine Hundreds of pounds of unwanted pills collected in Drug Take-Back
Author: 0 Hundreds of pounds of unwanted pills collected in Drug Take-Back

You can head to any of the below hospitals any time to get rid of your unwanted prescriptions. It all comes as Canton has vowed to strengthen its fight against the opioid epidemic, amid an uptick in local overdoses and deaths. Overall, in previous drug take back events, the DEA and partners have collected more than 8.1 million pounds of pills. The Prescription Drug Take Back is part of a nationwide effort sponsored by the DEA.

Medicine Teal pumpkins help children with food allergies enjoy Halloween
Author: 0 Teal pumpkins help children with food allergies enjoy Halloween

They help trick-or-treaters identify houses that offer non-food treats. To participate, you can either spray-paint a real pumpkin or download a teal pumpkin poster online, said Casandra Whiteside, the London mom who's bringing the mermaid-hued gourds to Middlesex County.

Medicine Buhari Meets with APC Chieftains in Aso Villa
Author: 0 Buhari Meets with APC Chieftains in Aso Villa

The meeting was still ongoing as of the time of filing this report. As one of the greatest political strategists in Nigeria, Tinubu is exhausted of being a kingmaker and he would rather be the king come 2019. The former governor of Lagos and Senator stated that it was not easy to face the challenges and the problems that the party inherited. "Don't discuss that one with me", he said.

Medicine Acetaminophen in pregnancy linked with ADHD, but experts question results
Author: 0 Acetaminophen in pregnancy linked with ADHD, but experts question results

Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol could cause Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) when taken for an extended period of time while pregnant. They found that if a mother used acetaminophen for a week or less during pregnancy, their babies were 10% less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD . Doctors in Europe said you may want to get that first colonoscopy sooner.

Medicine Dad Prevented From Donating Kidney To Save His Two-Year-Old Son's Life
Author: 0 Dad Prevented From Donating Kidney To Save His Two-Year-Old Son's Life

According to the family, Dickerson was told he needed to be on good behavior for three to four months before he can give his son the kidney. The newspaper says that Dickerson was arrested September 28 on charges of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of attempted felonies.

Medicine Apps help protect kids from sex offenders on Halloween
Author: 0 Apps help protect kids from sex offenders on Halloween

Watch the 22News I-Team report on UPDATING THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY , Wednesday, November 1, on 22News at 11pm. Sex offenders follow strict guidelines at all times, but especially times like Halloween where children are out. As of Monday, there are 303 registered sex offenders in Jasper County, but Tim Williams says that number can change on a daily basis. For further information, please call the Decatur County Sheriff's Department at 812-663-8125.

Author: 0 Iowa reports first flu-related death of 2017-18 season

The CDC recommends getting vaccinated before the end of October. Patty Quinlisk, says the first flu-related death of the season was an elderly central Iowa man, who died earlier this month. People who are sick should stay home from work or school so they don't spread the flu to others. In the 2015-2016 flu season, the CDC estimates that the flu vaccine prevented about 5.1 illnesses, 2.5 million flu-induced medical visits and 71,000 hospitalizations.

Medicine Charlie Heaton missed 'Stranger Things' party due to alleged drug incident
Author: 0 Charlie Heaton missed 'Stranger Things' party due to alleged drug incident

Fans of the actor had no idea that he was a parent, so this news has come as a shock to the entire fan-base. On Saturday, The Sun revealed the star missed a Stranger Things 2 launch party in the U.S. ahead of the series two premiere after officials found cocaine on his personal belongings. A spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter: "Foreign nationals may be inadmissible due to the commission of a crime involving drug possession".

Medicine President Buhari Sacks Lawal, Oke, Appoints New SSG
Author: 0 President Buhari Sacks Lawal, Oke, Appoints New SSG

Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari's sack of the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF ), Babachir Lawal, and the Director General, National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ayodele Oke, was mere face-saving afterthought, following enormous pressure from Nigerians.

Medicine Breast cancer awareness camp held in Ahmedabad
Author: 0 Breast cancer awareness camp held in Ahmedabad

She praised Skye Bank for sponsoring over 30 indigent cancer patients for treatment in addition to providing free screening programmes for over 12,000 women within and outside Lagos. She also called on the public, particularly women, to be supportive of fellow women who are suffering from cancer. The great news is that with online donations, our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event has raised $26,738 to date.

Medicine Protesters storm Kurdistan parliament after Barzani announces resignation
Author: 0 Protesters storm Kurdistan parliament after Barzani announces resignation

Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani on Sunday confirmed his intention to stand down as president of the semi-autonomous region when his term ends this week. Barzani has been president of KRG since 2005 and has continued to serve in the role despite his term expiring in 2013. Kurdish forces gained control of the mutli-ethnic city after Iraqi government forces abandoned it during the ISIS offensive in 2014.

Medicine Surgeon discovers he has cancer using an iPhone attachment
Author: 0 Surgeon discovers he has cancer using an iPhone attachment

The Butterfly IQ device that he used emits sound into the body and captures the echos in order to take a scan. The doctor chose to test the pocket-sized ultrasound device with his iPhone after noticing an uncomfortable feeling of thickness inside his throat.

Medicine Eagles beat 49ers 33-10 for 6th straight win
Author: 0 Eagles beat 49ers 33-10 for 6th straight win

On Sunday, the 49ers became the first 0-8 team in franchise history after they were hammered 33-10 by the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles (7-1) and Carson Wentz struggled early against the 49ers' pressure, but then came a Dontae Johnson pass-interference penalty in the end zone against former 49er Torrey Smith.

Medicine Agartala-Delhi Rajdhani Express To Make Its Debut Today
Author: 0 Agartala-Delhi Rajdhani Express To Make Its Debut Today

The train would formally start its operations from November 6. "The 14-coach train, with one AC first-class, two AC two-tier, eight AC three-tier coaches, one pantry auto and two power-cum-luggage vans, will stop at 16 stations", the NFR official added.

Medicine Entrance fees could triple next year at Denali National Park
Author: 0 Entrance fees could triple next year at Denali National Park

These steps would assure that funds will be available to address maintenance issues without undermining the very goal of our national parks: to welcome the American people to the lands set aside for their "use, resort, and recreation", as promised in the original Yosemite Charter of 1864.

Author: 0 Italian man infects 32 people with HIV

The "epidemic challenge" class - the first in Italy for which the prosecutor had proposed the sentence of life imprisonment - was dismissed at the expense of Valentino Taluto, who was finally convicted of causing serious "injuries" to the majority of his victims.

Author: 0 Hague: Burundi Quits International Criminal Court

Burundi on Friday hailed it as a "historic" day and called on people to demonstrate across the country on Saturday in celebration. "The Burundian government has made a cynical attempt to evade justice by taking the unprecedented step of withdrawing from the ICC ".

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